ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Baltimore Ravens have reached an agreement on a multi-year deal with HC John Harbaugh.
Harbaugh is under contract through the 2016. (Pro Football Talk)
He’ll make close to $7 million annually over the next four seasons. (Pro Football Talk)
This deal make Harbaugh the fourth highest paid coach in the NFL behind Sean Payton, Bill Belichick and Andy Reid.
Harbaugh had two years remaining on his contract, but winning a Super Bowl in 2012 was more than enough to justify an extension.
Harbaugh has a .675 (54-26) winning percentage in his five years with Baltimore. The Ravens have won 9 playoff games and, of course, one Super Bowl title under Harbaugh.
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