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Harbaugh brothers take issue with the firing of their brother-in-law

Basketball coach Tom Crean married into one of the best-known coaching families in America. So when Indiana fired Crean, they necessarily opened themselves up to criticism from the Brothers Harbaugh. Ravens coach John and Michigan coach Jim both had strong comments in the aftermath of Crean’s termination by the Hoosiers. John’s comments focused more on…

Unsurprisingly, Jim Harbaugh Is A Hardass When It Comes To Family Pickup Basketball

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On the latest episode of The MMQB Podcast, Peter King talks to Ravens head coach John Harbaugh about his relationship with his brother, Jim. The older Harbaugh shares a story about a pick-up basketball game the two brothers played with their families while on vacation, and it sounds like Jim had an extra glass of… Read more...

Ravens officially bringing Mike Wallace back

The Ravens announced Thursday that they’ve officially picked up the 2017 option on wide receiver Mike Wallace. Ravens Coach John Harbaugh said last week that he both expected and hoped Wallace would be back for a second season with the Ravens. The speedy Wallace clicked with Joe Flacco in 2016 and posted his first 1,000-yard…

Ravens might be in the market for a running back, Kenneth Dixon suspended four games

The Baltimore Ravens seemed to be talking themselves into running back Kenneth Dixon making a leap in his second year. Coach John Harbaugh said last week at the NFL scouting combine that he thought Dixon could be “a top back.” That’s going to have to wait. Show More Summary

John Harbaugh: I want Mike Wallace back

The Ravens have some difficult salary-related decisions to make, but Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday he expects wide receiver Mike Wallace will be back for 2017. Wallace is due about $8 million in the final year of a two-year deal he signed last season, and the Ravens would save $5.75 million on their salary…

Ravens won’t tag Brandon Williams, hope to bring him back

The Ravens won’t place the franchise tag on defensive tackle Brandon Williams, Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters Wednesday at the NFL Scouting Combine. Harbaugh said the Ravens hope they can still bring Williams back on a new deal. Free agency and the new league year begin next week, March 9. Harbaugh said the Ravens…

John Harbaugh said Ravens won't franchise tag run-stopper Brandon Williams

The 27-year-old DT will head into free agency. Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said the team will not franchise tag defensive tackle Brandon Williams, according to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley. He will now hit free agency on March...Show More Summary

Rams' Sean McVay: Portrait of an up-and-coming coach

New Rams Coach Sean McVay played college football at Miami (Ohio), which is so prolific at developing coaches — Bo Schembechler, Ara Parseghian and John Harbaugh among others —  it is known as the ‘’Cradle of Coaches.” McVay, 30, might be mistaken for a coach coming straight out of the bassinet....

Ravens name Greg Roman senior offensive assistant and tight ends coach

The word on Thursday morning was that the Ravens would hire former 49ers and Bills offensive coordinator Greg Roman for a job on John Harbaugh’s coaching staff, but that the job title and responsibilities were still being sorted out. Thursday afternoon brought official word from the Ravens about both his hiring and the role he…

John Harbaugh says Ravens need to add a running back

The running back position has become a lower personnel priority for many NFL teams in recent years, but Ravens coach John Harbaugh says it’s a high priority in Baltimore this offseason. “We need another back,” Harbaugh said, via ESPN. “What type of back that is? I think we’re talking about it. We have a pretty…

Chiefs' Dave Toub could follow John Harbaugh's path in NFL

Andy Reid has called Dave Toub the best special teams coach in the NFL        

Harbaugh: All 3 coordinators to return, including Mornhinweg

Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh will bring back offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg in 2017        

John Harbaugh says all three Ravens coordinators will stay

Ravens coach John Harbaugh was expected to shake up his coaching staff after missing the playoffs for the second year in a row. But those expectations are incorrect. Harbaugh said today that all three of his coordinators — offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, defensive coordinator Dean Pees and special teams coordinator Jerry Rosburg — will be…

AFC notes: Marqise Lee has been a scoring machine the last six weeks for Jaguars

Baltimore: The Ravens haven’t won in Cincinnati since 2011 and are 2-6 at Paul Brown Stadium against the Bengals under Coach John Harbaugh. Buffalo: Interim Coach Anthony Lynn will make his NFL debut after taking over for Rex Ryan, who was fired last week along with his brother, Rob Ryan. Cincinnati:...

Report: John Harbaugh likely to fire Marty Mornhinweg

Ravens coach John Harbaugh has gone through five offensive coordinators in the last five years, and he’s preparing to go 6-for-6. The Baltimore Sun reports that Harbaugh is likely to search for a new offensive coordinator this offseason. Harbaugh fired Marc Trestman and promoted Mornhinweg to take his place during the season, and the Ravens’…

NFL 2016: Are the Baltimore Ravens in slow decline?

It was a rollercoaster year for one of the league’s steadiest franchise. However, for the third time in four years, the Baltimore Ravens won’t be going to the playoffs. You will recall that during head coach John Harbaugh’s first five...Show More Summary

Don’t expect John Harbaugh to be this year’s surprise firing

Every year it seems there’s a surprise firing in the NFL. Last year, it was former Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith. Some have speculated that Ravens coach John Harbaugh could be this year’s candidate for a bolt-from-the-blue termination. As one source explained it, there’s “no chance” John Harbaugh will be let go by Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti.…

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