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Nearly a month after playing the role of adversary, Ravens coach John Harbaugh will assume the role of advance scout for his little brother, Jim Harbaugh. John Harbaugh acknowledged today that he'll be sharing information with his brother from his extensive files on the Steelers this week. It's...
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