Found January 24, 2012 on
The Purple Chaos:
Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano will interview for the Indianapolis Colts’ head coaching vacancy Tuesday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Hired by head coach John Harbaugh as the team’s secondary coach in 2008, Pagano was promoted to defensive coordinator this past season and experienced substantial success. The Ravens ranked third in total defense, and [...]
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According to a report, if the Colts decide to release Peyton Manning, there are four teams who are very, very interested in bringing him in to be their starter.
Since hiring John Harbaugh as their head coach in 2008, Baltimore has been on quite a run. Quarterback Joe Flacco also came to Baltimore the same year and together, Harbaugh and Flacco have record of 49-24 and have won a playoff game every season. But they’re still missing one thing, a Super Bowl ring.
Twice now, the Ravens have fallen in the AFC Championship game, once to Pittsburgh...
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh doesn't feel like a trip to the Super Bowl was taken away from the Ravens, but he was "surprised" that the officials didn't review Lee Evans' fourth-quarter drop in the end zone.
FOXBOROUGH - John Harbaugh could see the kick bending.
Includes Head Coach John Harbaugh and Ravens players.
Ravens defense finished third in scoring and yards allowed under fiery PaganoESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Monday night that the I ndianapolis Colts will interview Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano on Tuesday.
We may now have a new favorite for the Raiders head coaching job. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen will have a second interview with Oakland. The interview will take place in Mobile, Alabama at the Senior Bowl. Allen also interviewed with the Rams. It’s believed he’ll be the first candidate…
John Harbaugh pulls no punches following the AFC title game: Joe Flacco is the Ravens' quarterback for the future. Clark Judge notes Flacco, 49-24 as a starter, should help them keep winning for years to come.
Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen is the leading candidate to become the next head coach of the Oakland Raiders. ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen report that the Raiders have identified Allen as their top choice, although there are still some “final steps” that need to be taken care of before they can come to…
Former Green Bay Packers and Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman will have a second interview today with the Bucs, the Tampa Bay Times confirmed.
The meeting is being conducted at a secret location outside of Tampa and Texas, where Sherman met with members of the Glazer family and general manager Mark Dominik a few weeks ago.
Sherman is the only known candidate to be a finalist...