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John Harbaugh confident Ravens can replace Haloti Ngata

PHOENIX -- Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh knows one of the biggest challenges for his defense is replacing five-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata. He just believes the Ravens already have the players in place to fillShow More Summary

Ravens coach John Harbaugh wants to see Ray Rice play in the NFL again

“I still support the Rice family and Ray Rice as a friend and I want to see what’s best for him.”

John Harbaugh still fighting Patriots' playoff trick play

Surprise! The Ravens head coach was lobbying to change the rules about eligible and ineligible receivers at the league meetings this week. PHOENIX -- John Harbaugh is tired of the "circus act." A dozen clowns stuffed into a tiny car? Bear riding a tricycle? The flying trapeze? Nope. Show More Summary

Highlights from breakfast with Ravens coach John Harbaugh

PHOENIX -- All of the AFC coaches met with reporters Tuesday morning at the NFL owners meetings, and here are the highlights of the hour-long breakfast with Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh: Harbaugh expressed confidence that young defensive linemen Timmy Jernigan and Brandon Williams will fill the void left by Haloti Ngata. Show More Summary

John Harbaugh sings Torrey Smith's praises

PHOENIX – John Harbaugh may have lost that brotherly connection to the San Francisco 49ers with Jim Harbaugh having departed for Michigan. But the Baltimore Ravens coach still has his finger on the pulse of the Niners’ passing game. Torrey...Show More Summary

Ravens are far from done with free agency

PHOENIX -- The Baltimore Ravens are known for signing free agents after the first wave is complete, and the team could follow a similar path this offseason. At the NFL owners meetings Monday, coach John Harbaugh indicated the Ravens intend to be active in free agency. Show More Summary

Competition Committee proposes rule change regarding ineligible receivers

During the AFC playoffs, the Patriots found success when they used formations featuring normally eligible receivers reporting as ineligible and normally ineligible players doing the opposite. Ravens coach John Harbaugh wasn’t thrilled with New England’s use of what he called a “substitution type of a trick type of a thing” and said that he thought the league…

How Jim Harbaugh Is Bringing Bo Schembechler Back to Michigan

Despite his brother being in charge, John Harbaugh felt unwelcome in Ann Arbor. Harbaugh, the Baltimore Ravens' Super Bowl-winning head coach, was in town to speak at his younger brother Jim's first high school coaching clinic as Michigan's head coach. Show More Summary

What we learned from 'State of Ravens' presser

The Baltimore Ravens' braintrust of owner Steve Bisciotti, general manager Ozzie Newsome, coach John Harbaugh and team president Dick Cass spoke for 50 minutes in their annual "State of the Ravens" news conference on Tuesday. The blog will address many of the topics more in depth over the next couple of weeks, but here are 10 things we learned: 1. Show More Summary

Michigan Football: Jim Harbaugh's Media Blitz Is All About Recruiting

Jim Harbaugh has proven to be a master media tactician during his brief tenure as Michigan head football coach. He’s been everywhere— sitting courtside next to Michigan basketball coach John Beilein, helping prep NFL quarterback prospects...Show More Summary

PFT Live 2/19: NFL Combine Day 2

On day two of the NFL Scouting Combine, Mike Florio catches up with John Schnieder, Mike Zimmer, Mike Mayock, Sean Payton, John Harbaugh, Bruce Arians, Ron Rivera, Dennis Hickey, and Thomas Dimitroff.  

Joe Flacco is elite and other takeaways from day 1 at the 2015 NFL Combine

Wednesday at the Combine we confirmed Flacco's eliteness, talked A LOT about process, suffered through some terrible player media sessions and listened to John Harbaugh explain an important religious loophole. INDIANAPOLIS -- You don't come to the NFL Combine looking for answers. Show More Summary

John Harbaugh wants Steve Smith back in 2015

Steve Smith made it clear he wanted to come back for another year with the Ravens. But right after the season, coach John Harbaugh said he wanted to make sure Smith took some time to make the right decision. That worried some people, namely Smith. But the Ravens coach said at the NFL Scouting Combine he…

Ravens can't plan on Dennis Pitta playing this season

Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday that he still doesn't know whether tight end Dennis Pitta will play this season. According to Harbaugh, Pitta has fully recovered from his second hip surgery in as many years. As to...Show More Summary

Jim Harbaugh is a much happier pizza-eater than Urban Meyer

Michigan's new head coach chowed down at the Michigan-Michigan State hoops game. Things aren't going too well for the Wolverines, though -- they're down 38-23 at the half. Presumably John Beilein is distracted by the wafting pizza smells: Of...Show More Summary

Jim Harbaugh Thrives on QB Battles; Expect New Starter for Michigan in 2015

The Michigan Wolverines are trying to tighten up the quarterback position for the landing of John O'Korn, a transfer from Houston. O'Korn joins Zach Gentry, Wilton Speight and Alex Malzone at quarterback on the Michigan roster. Bleacher...Show More Summary

John Harbaugh says he had no role in #DeflateGate

One of the more intriguing aspects of #DeflateGate comes from reports that Ravens coach John Harbaugh instigated the complaints about the alleged underinflation of Patriots footballs by putting the idea into the head of Colts coach (and former Ravens assistant coach) Chuck Pagano prior to the AFC championship game. Harbaugh, appearing on NBC’s Super Bowl…

How badly the Ravens missed Jimmy Smith

Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said recently that cornerback Jimmy Smith is expected to start running in February. That's certainly good news for the Ravens. Their secondary wasn't the same after Smith suffered a season-endingShow More Summary

Ravens finalize coaching staff

The Ravens filled the most prominent opening on John Harbaugh’s coaching staff by hiring Marc Trestman as their new offensive coordinator last week and they’ve taken care of the other open spots. The team announced one new arrival and several promotions on Wednesday. The newcomer is Andy Bischoff, who was on Trestman’s staff in Chicago…

John Harbaugh: Deflating footballs obviously gives an unfair advantage

Ravens coach John Harbaugh says that if the Patriots were letting air out of the footballs their offense used, then the Patriots were cheating. Harbaugh told Sal Paolantonio on ESPN that he is confident in the the league will get to the bottom of its investigation into the Patriots tampering with game balls. “I think…

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