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Likely safe for 2017, John Harbaugh's seat appears warmer after another down year for Ravens

Likely safe for 2017, John Harbaugh's seat appears warmer after another down year for Ravens

When John Harbaugh exited Paul Brown Stadium a year ago, about an hour removed from a season-ending loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, he turned the page on what some around the team said they believed was one of his best coaching jobs.

Three seasons after Harbaugh guided his team to a victory in Super Bowl XLVII, the Ravens went 5-11. But the hard-driving head coach kept the team together and in virtually every game despite a hellacious wave of injuries to top players, and an alarming lack of talent and depth at key positions. So appreciative of how Harbaugh supported the players, veteran leader Marshal Yanda addressed his coach after one practice late last season and thanked him in...

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