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John Harbaugh learning to relish his breaks from football

There’s no question Ravens coach John Harbaugh remains a competitor. But the 54-year-old coach also has learned to appreciate the rare breaks he gets from his job, along with the everyday moments he needs to unplug. “I’m learning how to enjoy the car ride home,” Harbaugh said at the end of minicamp, via Jamison Hensley…

Steve Bisciotti: Adding offensive line help likelier than wide receiver

Ravens coach John Harbaugh responded to a question about potential interest in wide receiver Eric Decker earlier this week by saying that General Manager Ozzie Newsome will make the call on any pursuit. For Newsome to make the call to go after Decker or any other wideout, he’ll need money to put toward a contract.…

Ravens expect Danny Woodhead to be “big part of the passing game”

The Ravens signed Jeremy Maclin this week and they haven’t ruled out a move for Eric Decker, but their plans for boosting the passing game go beyond the wide receiver position. Coach John Harbaugh said Tuesday that running back Danny Woodhead will be “a big part of the passing game” this season and quarterback Joe…

John Harbaugh: Ozzie Newsome will make call on pursuing Eric Decker

Shortly after the Ravens signed wide receiver Jeremy Maclin on Monday, there was a report that they remain in the running for wide receiver Eric Decker. They and any other teams interested in adding Decker to the roster will be able to do so now that the Jets have announced the wideout’s release, but there…

Baltimore Ravens: Still working on fixing that secondary

Under head coach John Harbaugh, the Baltimore Ravens are always in the mix for the AFC North title. Over these past nine seasons, the team has reached the playoffs six times. They won at least one game in the postseason tournament each of those years. Show More Summary

Tony Jefferson, Eric Weddle safety tandem leaving strong impression with John Harbaugh

It’s only May, but Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh is encouraged by what he’s seen from free agent addition Tony Jefferson so far in OTAs. Combined with returning safety Eric Weddle, Harbaugh believes the tandem could make for a productive back end of the Ravens’ defense this season. “I see how he and Eric…

John Harbaugh believes Memorial Day may be the most important holiday

Memorial Day has always created conflicting emotions for me. It’s the unofficial start of summer and a time to have gatherings and relax. But it’s also an occasion for solemn and somber reflection regarding those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our nation, and for an expression of appreciation to the loved…

John Harbaugh lobbied for loosening the celebration rules

Ravens coach John Harbaugh deserves some of the credit for the NFL’s decision to ease up on celebration penalties. Harbaugh confirmed that he’s been stating his case within the league for calling fewer penalties on celebrations, saying the game of football ought to be fun. “Let’s have some fun. Let’s enjoy it,” Harbaugh said. “I…

Ravens coach John Harbaugh pushed for touchdown celebration rules change

'I want to score a lot of touchdowns. I want to see a lot of celebrations,' Harbaugh said

C.J. Mosley recovering from shoulder surgery

The Ravens picked up their option on linebacker C.J. Mosley’s contract for the 2018 season, but that wasn’t the only offseason development of note for their 2014 first-round pick. Coach John Harbaugh revealed on Thursday, via Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, that Mosley had shoulder surgery. He has been in the building and taking…

John Harbaugh sends $1,500 worth of sports hats to troops in Afghanistan

The Ravens head coach sent 154 hats for troops and made sure there was a nice variety. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh receives a $1,500 allotment from New Era at the NFL owners meetings every year. This year, he spent that money toShow More Summary

49ers CEO Jed York wants to break bread with Jim Harbaugh, so here's what they should eat

When San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York saw Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh — the brother of the man with whom York used to work — at the NFL’s owners meetings, John suggested that York sit down and have a bite with Jim Harbaugh at some point to clear the air. Show More Summary

This young Ravens fan announcing their pick was the best moment of the NFL draft

Watching this will put a huge smile on your face This is Maryland eighth-grader T.J. Onwuanibe. Why is he so excited? Through the Make-A-Wish foundation, John Harbaugh invited him to the NFL draft to make the Ravens’ draft pick announcement. Thanks...Show More Summary

Baltimore Ravens Surprise Make-A-Wish Kid With Opportunity Of A Lifetime

The 14-year-old cancer survivor received a special message from head coach John Harbaugh

NFL Coach: No, Kaepernick hasn’t been ‘Blackballed’ over Anthem Protest

Contrary to the liberal media narrative, NFL head coach for the Baltimore Ravens John Harbaugh said that Colin Kaepernick is unemployed because of “more nuanced” reasons. John Harbaugh is the brother of former San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh (Jim coached Kaepernick in San Francisco). The current media narrative is that because Kaepernick spoke his […]

Mike Williams scheduled for visits with Ravens, Browns and Titans

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said last week that he’d be interested in bringing veteran wide receiver Anquan Boldin back to Baltimore for the 2017 season, but the team could also go the younger route to bolster their wide receiving group. One of the top wideouts in this year’s draft is Clemson’s Mike Williams and the…

John Harbaugh: Joe Flacco is ‘An Elite QB That Will Win Multiple Super Bowls’

3 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

One Super Bowl win is just not enough for John Harbaugh. Back in 2012, the Baltimore Ravens took home the Super Bowl trophy behind the efforts of QB Joe Flacco who had an outstanding playoff run as he finished the postseason having completed 73-of-126 (57.9 percent) passes for 1,140 yards with 11 touchdowns and zero interceptions. […]

John Harbaugh expects multiple championship with Joe Flacco

Jim Irsay and John Harbaugh may not have much in common. Here’s one thing they do: Both except to win more than one Super Bowl with their current starting quarterbacks. “When [Joe Flacco] first walked into the building after we drafted him in 2008, [it was like], ‘Hey, dude, we’re going to win multiple Super…

Fantasy Football: John Harbaugh says Kenneth Dixon can be 'a workhorse' back

Ravens coach John Harbaugh discusses running backs Kenneth Dixon, Terrance West and Danny Woodhead, as well as Baltimore's receiving corps.

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