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On Sunday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh gave Ravens kicking consultant Randy Brown a shove on national television. Three days later, Harbaugh is essentially telling Brown to take his tinfoil-hat theory about the failed field goal attempt at the end of the AFC title game — and shove it. “Any suggestion the wrong down info was…
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Bob Kravitz did some background digging and spoke with John Harbaugh to give us some insight into Chuck Pagano. Like both of the Harbaughs he's viewed as enthusiastic, energetic and well-liked. Will is translate to wins? Kravitz draws some comparisons:
In large part, Pagano is what I call a media-guide guy. When we learned the Colts had hired Pagano, I immediately went to the...
In 1983, Dean Pees was the defensive coordinator and secondary coach at Miami of Ohio, mentoring and coaching a young defensive back by the name of John Harbaugh. As a coach, Pees has worked under the likes of Nick Saban, Lou Holtz, Bill Belichick and most recently the Ravens’ Harbaugh. He was the Patriots’ linebackers [...]
The Baltimore Ravens will hold an 11 a.m. press conference today in the auditorium of their Owings Mills facility where head coach John Harbaugh will meet to discuss his coaching staff.
Pees still believed to be front-runner for defensive coordinator job with Cameron returningThe Ravens announced this morning that coach John Harbaugh will hold an 11 a.m. news conference to discuss his coaching staff in the wake of former defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano's leaving to become the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts.
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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 [...]
The Baltimore Ravens wasted no time finding a replacement for recently departed defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano, as head coach John Harbaugh announced that linebacker coach Dean Pees will take over control of the Ravens defense.
The Baltimore Ravens have promoted linebackers coach Dean Pees to defensive coordinator and retained Cam Cameron as their offensive coordinator.
Pees replaced Chuck Pagano, who left to become head coach of the Indianapolis Colts.
Baltimore's defense ranked third in the NFL under Pagano, and coach John Harbaugh said Monday that under Pees, ''the tradition of this defense...
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will be heading into the final year of his current contract in 2012.
Ravens owner Steve Biscootti indicated that he would like to get an extension done with Flacco before the 2012 season begins.
“I hate to speak for [Ravens General Manager] Ozzie [Newsome], but I would imagine that like John Harbaugh, we would be starting negotiations with...
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh has announced that Cam Cameron will remain the team’s offensive coordinator, while Dean Pees has been promoted to defensive coordinator, replacing new Colts head coach Chuck Pagano. Although there was much talk that Cameron might be on the way out, Harbaugh said that was never even close to happening. “Cam…
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.
With his team having come within seconds of the Super Bowl, Ravens coach John Harbaugh opted for continuity in securing two of his top assistants today, promoting linebacker coach Dean Pees to defensive coordinator and keeping Cam Cameron as his offensive coordinator.