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John Harbaugh mum on Timmy Jernigan snowman discipline

Ravens defensive lineman Timmy Jernigan tries to make a snowman on the team's practice field in Owings Mills.
Ravens defensive lineman Timmy Jernigan tries to make a snowman on the team's practice field in Owings Mills. (Jon Meoli / The Baltimore Sun)

Ravens coach John Harbaugh was mum when asked whether rookie defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan, a Florida native who was late for a defensive meeting Wednesday afternoon because he was building his first snowman, was issued a "snow fine."

"It's all good, he had a fun time," Harbaugh said. "He had never seen snow before. … It was just fun watching him enjoy it. He was like a little kid."

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Team employees helped Jernigan begin a snowman that he didn't finish, as he had to go inside for the meeting that had already began. When he returned, Harbaugh said the snowman was nowhere to be found.

"Somebody knocked over his snowman, of all things," Harbaugh joked. "What kind of a person?"

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