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Topic - John Harbaugh
It wasn't long ago when Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta wondered if a serious injury would end his NFL career.
While chatter has swirled about Jim Harbaugh's future with the 49ers in recent weeks, wide receiver Anquan Boldin has secured his status in San Francisco - and even credited the coach for his decision to come back.
The area code of Jed Hughes' cell phone remains 412, but he probably couldn't be blamed for switching it to 206 - the three-digit designator for Seattle.
The Baltimore Ravens intend to talk to Ray Rice before deciding how to deal with the running back's arrest in a New Jersey casino.
The Baltimore Ravens have hired Steve Spagnuolo to be their secondary coach and assistant head coach.
The 52-year-old Kubiak replaces Jim Caldwell, who left to become coach of the Detroit Lions. The Ravens also announced they have hired Rick Dennison, the Texans former offensive coordinator, as their quarterbacks coach.
Gary Kubiak was bored and in need of a job, if for no other reason to give his wife some breathing room at home.
It looks like Gary Kubiak, not Kyle Shanahan, is going to be the Ravens' offensive coordinator but Kyle might still land a job.
Gary Kubiak, not Kyle Shanahan, is going to be the Ravens' offensive coordinator.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh may not have to look far to find his new offensive coordinator.
Jim Caldwell's body of work put him in a position to get another chance to be an NFL coach.
The best guess is he'll be much closer to Joe Gibbs than Norv Turner. Asking anybody to match what Gibbs did the first time is unfair. But there's a small reason to believe he may be pretty good, a somewhat crazy reason but, hey, it is my crazy and I'll stick to it.
Joe Cipiti, the grandfather of NFL coaching brothers Jim and John Harbaugh, has died. He was 98.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — When you reach the playoffs in five straight seasons and take home a Super Bowl trophy to cap the run, it's difficult to stay at home in January while a dozen other teams are still playing football.
Baltimore went 8-8 and fell out of contention with a 34-17 loss to Cincinnati in the season finale. It wasn't a disaster of a season, but it certainly wasn't what the Ravens were looking for coming off the second Super Bowl win in franchise history.
"We didn't have to go through the season to understand how valuable and what a good player Dennis has been," Harbaugh said. "It was a big blow to us. We worked hard to try to overcome it, but it's hard to replace a great player like that."
"We've got aggressive offers out to all those guys," Harbaugh said. "We want to keep our guys. We want our guys to be here, just like Dennis."