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John Harbaugh says Boogergate is over, his brother should be cleared

As far as Ravens coach John Harbaugh is concerned, Boogergate is over. Harbaugh started his conference call with Cleveland-area reporters Wednesday by saying, “For the record, my brother has never eaten a booger.” That matches what his brother, ex-49ers and current Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, said earlier this week. “There was no booger eating,” Jim…

Jim Harbaugh denies eating booger, Saturday or ever

No matter how hard we try to ignore once-and-future NFL coach Jim Harbaugh, we can’t. Usually, it’s his own fault. One day before Ravens coach John Harbaugh pulled his brother’s name back into the NFL conversation by comparing Joe Flacco’s toughness to a two-dollar steak and quickly pointing out that it wasn’t one of Jim’s…

John Harbaugh Used Player's Funeral As Chance To Complain To NFLPA Head About The CBA

2 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

The Ringer’s Kevin Clark has a good piece on what NFL rosters getting younger means for the league, and it includes an anecdote about the time that Ravens head coach John Harbaugh accosted NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith at a goddamn funeral: Read more...

"I don't think you cannot deny someone the right"

Jamison Hensley, "Ravens' John Harbaugh defends Colin Kaepernick's right to protest anthem", ESPN sports 8/29/2016: Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday that he respects Colin Kaepernick's right to protest the national anthem and cited a French Enlightenment philosopher in doing so.   "Voltaire so eloquently stated, 'I may not agree with what you say, […]

Jim Harbaugh has a very interesting take on Colin Kaepernick's protest

The Colin Kaepernick controversy has stirred up quite the discussion. Even two brothers, one of whom coached Kaepernick, took slightly different tacks on the matter. Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was asked about Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem on Friday and his intention to continue doing so. Show More Summary

John Harbaugh on Kaepernick: You can’t deny someone the right to speak out

NFL coaches are all getting asked about how they’d respond if a member of their team followed 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s lead and sat during the playing of the national anthem. Some answers are unsurprising, like Patriots coach Bill Belichick declining to offer a comment or Giants coach Ben McAdoo saying that the team doesn’t consider…

Ravens say Dennis Pitta’s close to returning from broken finger

The Ravens’ depth at tight end took a major hit when Benjamin Watson was lost for the season with a torn Achilles. But they’re getting closer to getting some of it back. Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters that tight ends Dennis Pitta and Maxx Williams would be back before the regular season opener. Pitta’s…

Ravens expected to lose Kenneth Dixon for four weeks with torn MCL

After rookie running back Kenneth Dixon hurt his knee during Saturday night’s game against the Lions, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that he didn’t think it was an overly serious injury. That’s easy to say when it isn’t your knee, but Dixon’s injury isn’t a season ender. It will keep him out of the lineup…

Ravens’ John Harbaugh calls for change after preseason injuries

4 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

If Baltimore Ravens Coach John Harbaugh had his way, there would be no more NFL preseason games. “That might be an extreme point, but we could run scrimmages, or we could run practices against other teams and figure it out,” he said (via the Baltimore Sun). We’d all be in the same boat. That’s for […]

John Harbaugh shares his disdain for preseason football

The Ravens lost tight end Benjamin Watson to a torn Achilles and they are waiting for word on an MRI of rookie running back Kenneth Dixon’s injured knee, which makes it unsurprising that coach John Harbaugh used some of his time with the media on Saturday to lament preseason games. Harbaugh said that he wasn’t…

Terrell Suggs: Ravens look better than we have since winning Super Bowl

After watching linebacker Terrell Suggs jawing with the offense and intercepting a Joe Flacco pass during Wednesday’s practice, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that it seemed Suggs is officially back after last year’s torn Achilles. Suggs feels the same way about the Ravens in general. While he and wide receiver Steve Smith just got back…

John Harbaugh: Terrell Suggs looked like he’s back in Wednesday’s practice

Linebacker Terrell Suggs came off the physically unable to perform list for the Ravens on Monday and spent his first two days of practice quietly working his way back into the mix 11 months after tearing his Achilles tendon. Wednesday saw a change from the veteran, however. Suggs was back to being a voluble presence…

Ravens roll out the welcome mat for Olympic hero Michael Phelps

The Ravens stopped what they were doing last Thursday — in the middle of a preseason game — to watch Michael Phelps swim. Now, Ravens coach John Harbaugh wants the Baltimore native to do more than swing by for a visit. “I’m going to try to talk him into speaking with the team. Maybe now…

Breshad Perriman running, but no timetable for return

Last summer saw more than a few instances when Ravens coach John Harbaugh was asked about when wide receiver Breshad Perriman would return to action after injuring his knee early in training camp. The answer would vary a bit from time to time, but it always ended up without a firm timetable for the 2015…

Terrell Suggs returns to practice for Ravens

While discussing players on the team who were returning from injuries last week, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that he thought linebacker Terrell Suggs was the closest to returning to action. Harbaugh’s premonition was proven correct on Monday. The Ravens announced that Suggs is on the practice field to take part in the day’s session…

John Harbaugh joins the chorus questioning the new kickoff rule

Ravens coach John Harbaugh was a special teams coordinator before he was a head coach, so he has spent more time thinking about strategy and tactics in the kicking game than most head coaches. And Harbaugh has joined the growing chorus speaking out against the NFL’s new kickoff touchback rule. The rule, which puts touchbacks…

Ravens coach expects his PUP all-stars to be ready for regular season

The Ravens have plenty of star power on their physically unable to perform list. But coach John Harbaugh is confident that all of those players will be on the field for the start of the regular season. Via Don Markus of the Baltimore Sun, Harbaugh said he expected outside linebackers Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil and…

John Harbaugh says Justin Forsett looks back to 2014 form

After rushing for just 31 yards with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2013 and struggling to find another opportunity, Justin Forsett seized a starting job with the Baltimore Ravens and rushed his way to the Pro Bowl. Forsett didn’t find the same success a year ago as the Ravens struggled. A broken arm eventually ended his…

Ravens rookie Kaufusi breaks ankle, likely out for year

Ravens rookie defensive end Bronson Kaufusi is likely out for the season with a broken ankle, coach John Harbaugh told reporters Thursday. Kaufusi was carted off the field Thursday after suffering what onlookers believed was a left leg or ankle injury suffered when a teammate fell on him. A third-round pick last April, Kaufusi was…

John Harbaugh OK with practice fights, too (sort of)

The Vikings had a pair of practice scuffles on Monday, and coach Mike explained afterward that he has no problem with that. The Ravens, via Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, had six of them during a Monday night practice at their home stadium. Harbaugh expressed a slightly milder degree of concern about the melees. “This is…

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