Even before the outcome was decided, Bisciotti wanted to express his pride in the AFC North champions to Harbaugh. So, Bisciotti texted Harbaugh with the Ravens trailing by a touchdown late in the fourth quarter in Denve.
"I've never texted you during a game," said Harbaugh in the locker room afterward as he read the message to the players. "We are down, 35-28. And I think it's the best game I've ever seen us in the playoffs since 2000. Win or lose, I am so proud of the team and proud of you."
"I'm not going to say on his deathbed, but he was really sick," Harbaugh said. "He couldn't get up and move around at all. … It was just something I thought the team needed to hear coming from him. He's a great leader. Our players love him.
"They love when he's around. He's an inspiration to all our guys. This organization, he sets the tone here. It's a great organization because of his vision. The guys needed to hear that in that moment. I think they appreciated hearing it."
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