No, Super Bowl LII was NOT Bill Belichick's final game in the NFL... at least according to John Harbaugh who's convinced the Patriots coach is coming back. With rumors swirling that Bill and Tom Brady could finally call it quits after the…
John Harbaugh was in danger of getting the ax after a down year for the Ravens
Eric DeCosta to take over as general manager in Baltimore, where John Harbaugh apparently on hot seat.
Winning coach in Super Bowl XLVII will be part of NBC's pregame, halftime and postgame shows.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh is serving as an analyst during NBC's Super Bowl coverage
Ravens coach John Harbaugh promotes linebackers coach Don Martindale to defensive coordinator, assuring a seamless transition in the wake of Dean Pees' retirement
The Ravens promoted Don “Wink” Martindale to defensive coordinator, Mike Macdonald to linebackers coach and Sterling Lucas to quality control defense, coach John Harbaugh announced Tuesday. Martindale, 54, enters his seventh year with the Ravens. He served as linebackers coach the past two seasons after coaching only the inside linebackers from 2012-15. C.J. Mosley [more]
On Thursday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh announced Marty Mornhinweg will remain the team’s offensive coordinator in 2018 but didn’t offer any word about whether Greg Roman would remain on the offensive staff as well. It appears that Roman will be staying put. Alex Marvez of Sporting News reports Roman, who joined the Ravens in 2017 [more]
The Ravens will retain their offensive coordinator and appear to want Chuck Pagano as their defensive coordinator. Baltimore coach John Harbaugh confirmed today that Mornhinweg will be calling plays again in 2018. “I believe in these coaches, I understand the job they did this year because I see it close up,” Harbaugh said. “I think [more]
The Baltimore Ravens blew it. More specifically, the Ravens defense blew it. Needing to beat the hapless Cincinnati Bengals at home in Week 17 to return to the playoff for the first time since 2014, John Harbaugh’s team allowed Andy Dalton to march 90 yards down the field for a game-winning touchdown
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said earlier this week that wide receiver Jeremy Maclin “has a chance” to play against the Bengals this weekend after missing last Sunday’s game with a knee injury. It’s not a very good chance. The Ravens have listed Maclin as doubtful for the regular season finale. Chris Moore started in Maclin’s [more]
Ravens coach John Harbaugh isn’t happy that his win-and-in Week 17 game was moved from 1:00 p.m. ET to 4:25 p.m. ET. Falcons coach Dan Quinn, who had the same thing happen to his team, likes it. “The later, the better for us,” Quinn told SiriusXM NFL Radio on Friday. “We’re pumped that it’s in [more]
Harbaugh wants the game to be earlier, so there will be more fans as the Ravens try to secure a playoff berth. The Baltimore Ravens’ game against the Cincinnati Bengals this Sunday was moved from an early afternoon game to a 4:25 p.m. Show More Summary
It doesn't sound like Ravens coach John Harbaugh will be toasting the NFL schedule makers when the ball drops on New Year's Eve.
The Baltimore Ravens have been keenly aware of the no-shows at M&T Bank Stadium this season. Last week, team president Dick Cass called the empty seats “noticeable” in a letter sent to season-ticket holders, suite holders and sponsors and blamed the no-shows in part on the Ravens who took a knee during and before the […]
The NFL tried to create the most balanced and competitively-relevant schedule for Sunday’s regular-season finale. That doesn’t mean everyone is happy with the outcome. Ravens coach John Harbaugh, for instance, isn’t pleased that his team’s home game against the Bengals has been moved from 1:00 p.m. ET to 4:25 p.m. ET. “I don’t think the [more]
The Ravens ground out another unremarkable, mostly ugly win on Saturday against the Colts, and are on the verge of clinching a playoff spot.
When the Ravens started losing players to injuries in the offseason, many people lowered their expectations for what to expect from the team this season and that bar didn’t go up much when players kept going down for the year once the season got underway. The Ravens played down to those expectations early in the [more]
Bill Belichick knows the rulebook.
John Harbaugh is right about one thing: If Joe Flacco had completed one of his two passes on the second-to-last drive in Sunday night’s loss to the Steelers, Monday morning quarterbacks would laud the team’s aggressiveness. But it didn’t work, and the Ravens left the Steelers too much time, making it easy to second-guess the [more]