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Baltimore Ravens Need A Kick Returner To Stand Out

The Baltimore Ravens Need A Kick Returner To Step Up And Take The Job: Head Coach John Harbaugh recently announced that the Baltimore Ravens still haven’t found their punt returner or kick returner. So far this preseason, Michael Campanaro, Kenneth Dixon, Tavon Young, Stephen Houston, Terrance West, and Kaelin Clay have all returned punts or […] Baltimore Ravens Need A Kick Returner...
Via Ebony Bird
21 hours ago

John Harbaugh sets expectations for Joe Flacco's first preseason game

The Baltimore Ravens starters are expected to play on Saturday against the Lions, that means Joe Flacco will be back on the field for the
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Flacco not looking forward to getting hit in first game after knee injury

Joe Flacco will play Saturday against the Detroit Lions in his first game back since tearing the ACL and MCL in his left knee last November. The Baltimore Ravens quarterback is looking forward to playing, but not getting hit on his surgically-repaired knee. “I don’t need to get hit, no,” Flacco said after Thursday’s practice, according to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com. ...
Via The Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

John Harbaugh Warns Players About 'Stupid' Penalties

The Ravens head coach said players who commit senseless penalties won’t be kept on the team. The Ravens gave the Colts seven first downs on penalties and could have lost the game because of one at the end.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
3 days ago

Ravens notebook: Harbaugh hopes to see improved run defense against quarterbacks

Three days after criticizing his team's run defense in Saturday's 19-18 preseason road victory over the Indianapolis Colts, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that most of his displeasure was with a problem that has persisted the past few years - opposing quarterbacks picking up yards on the ground.
Via Ravens Insider
3 days ago

Tuesday roundup: Crean addresses Ravens, top newcomers, more

Indiana coach Tom Crean was in Indianapolis over the weekend for the Baltimore Ravens-Indianapolis Colts preseason game at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Ravens are coached by Crean’s brother-in-law, John Harbaugh, who has attended several Indiana games over Crean’s tenure in Bloomington. ... The post Tuesday roundup: Crean addresses Ravens, top newcomers, more appeared first on Inside...
Via Inside the Hall
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens' Harbaugh wants to rank higher on Patriots villains list

The NFL offseason can be long and dry at times. There aren’t a lot of big free agents or transactions like in MLB, the NBA and the NHL, and there aren’t massive trades like MLB teams configure every couple days. To pass the time, one New England news service decided to make an interesting ranking. Back in July, MassLive.com published its list of the “25 Biggest Villains in...
Via The Comeback
14 days ago  |  Discuss

John Harbaugh uses $1 bet with player to troll NFL over fine

John Harbaugh demonstrated he has a sense of humor over a hefty fine the NFL recently levied upon him by cracking a joke over a $1 bet he supposedly made with Baltimore Ravens linebacker Za’Darius Smith. Harbaugh cracked wise during a session with reporters this week about the so-called bet, which involved determining whether Smith had lined up in the neutral zone during a recent...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
June 10, 2016  |  Discuss

John Harbaugh likens fourth round of NFL Draft to Star Trek

As far as the classic “Star Trek or Star Wars” debate is concerned, it’s plainly clear which sci-fi franchise Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh pledges his allegiance. The Ravens had a record five picks in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, making for a frenetic handful of moments in the team’s war room that Harbaugh likened to being on the bridge of the “Starship...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
May 03, 2016  |  Discuss

John Harbaugh wants to see NFL's replay system expanded

John Harbaugh has a lot of issues with the NFL rulebook, how it’s officiated and apparently, how the replay system works. The Baltimore Ravens head coach has been at the forefront of proposed rule changes this offseason, and Harbaugh told reporters Tuesday at the NFL Annual Meetings, he’d like to see the replay system overhauled, too. “There were five games last year that...
Via NESN.com
March 22, 2016  |  Discuss
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