Found October 29, 2011 on Pro Football Talk:
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Ravens P.R. guru Kevin Byrne has a blog on the team’s official website.  The latest entry contains an interesting revelation regarding a recent encounter between coach John Harbaugh and quarterback Joe Flacco. Byrne initially writes that Harbaugh and Flacco got into “a little bit of a wrestling match” this week.  Byrne later explains that it…
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