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John Harbaugh

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  • Ravens are facing 'must win' on Sunday

    Ravens are facing 'must win' on Sunday
    The Ravens aren't officially at the halfway point of the 2013 season, but they face a "must win" situation Sunday in Cleveland against the Browns. Few like to use the phrase so early in the season, especially in a league where scenarios change like...
  • Anquan Boldin, on his third team, could go to his third Super Bowl

    Anquan Boldin, on his third team, could go to his third Super Bowl
    SANTA CLARA, Calif. — In the last five years, receiver Anquan Boldin has gotten to the Super Bowl with the Arizona Cardinals, won one with the Baltimore Ravens, and, as a member of the San Francisco 49ers this season, is one victory away from a...
  • As Super Bowl week kicks off, it's tough for Baltimore to pick sides

    As Super Bowl week kicks off, it's tough for Baltimore to pick sides
    Let's just stipulate that — for Baltimore football fans — nothing that happens over the next week is going to compare with last year's gloam in the Dome, but that doesn't mean anyone will be able to ignore the buildup to Super Sunday....
  • Kelechi Osemele should start for Ravens at left guard

    Kelechi Osemele should start for Ravens at left guard
    Ravens rookie offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele says the coaching staff has told him he would play a very substantial role this season. I agree. In fact, they should start him at left guard in the season opener Monday against the Cincinnati Bengals. The...
  • Success and family, the Harbaugh way

    Success and family, the Harbaugh way
    Like her Super Bowl-bound older brothers, Joani Harbaugh is fiercely competitive. When she was 7, she tried out for a part in her school play, "The Wizard of Oz." She wanted to be Dorothy but instead landed the role of a munchkin. "I was highly,...
  • Cameron has longtime bond with Harbaugh brothers

    Cameron has longtime bond with Harbaugh brothers
    After his first season as Indiana University head coach in 1997, Cam Cameron took a bittersweet phone call from then-Eagles director of pro personnel Michael Lombardi. Lombardi, recently hired in a similar role with the Browns, sought permission to...
  • Troubling trend for the Ravens? Not calling on Ray Rice

    Troubling trend for the Ravens? Not calling on Ray Rice
    Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was trying not to point any fingers when he was asked about the lack of touches for running back Ray Rice in the Ravens 23-20 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. "I don't know how many touches," said Harbaugh in a sharp...
  • Ravens still have work to do with the offensive line

    Ravens still have work to do with the offensive line
    The Ravens have had success in the first two phases of rebuilding their offense, but there is still a major concern about the third. Where is the improvement on the interior of the offensive line? The Ravens hired Gary Kubiak, one of the game's most...
  • After Raiders' game, real tests begin for Ravens

    After Raiders' game, real tests begin for Ravens
    After the Ravens play the Oakland Raiders Sunday, the real fun begins. That's when the Ravens will show if they are a quality team or a fraudulent one There won't be as many cream puffs remaining on the schedule. Gone are the Cleveland Browns, Kansas...
  • Stover stands toe-to-toe with greatest Ravens of all time

    Stover stands toe-to-toe with greatest Ravens of all time
    Matt Stover retiring? At the tender age of 43? What's he going to do, sit home all day and wait for the mailman to show up, like lots of other retirees we know? Me, I still picture Stover working out on a dusty high school field, a couple of kids...
  • Michael Oher prefers his Super Bowl role to being in 'Blind Side'

    Michael Oher prefers his Super Bowl role to being in 'Blind Side'
    NEW ORLEANS — He's a real person. He's not some cartoon giant being dragged out of a cold fog by Sandra Bullock in a scene that made America cry. He's a real football player. He's not just some lost soul in oversized pads requiring an on-field...
  • There's one sure Super Bowl bet: Spectacle will give way to sadness

    Bums me out that San Francisco stands poised to be a world champion in yet another sport. I was up there recently and it seemed to be mostly falling down. There are no right angles in that decaying city, and termites eat better than the tourists....