While clearing out their lockers the Ravens players reflect on what went wrong in the Titans' game.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh and his staff will coach the AFC in the 2020 Pro Bowl on Jan. 26, the team announced Wednesday.
The team’s staff is set to join an NFL-high 12 Ravens who were voted to the all-star game in Orlando, Florida.
The Ravens were upset by the Tennesee Titans Saturday night in the divisional round of the playoffs. After the divisional round, the teams from each respective conference who own the best record and were eliminated typically have their staff coach in the Pro Bowl.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and his staff will lead the NFC, the NFL announced Wednesday. There was an incorrect report earlier that the Saints’ staff would could the NFC.
Harbaugh and his staff last coached in the 2015 Pro Bowl, in Glendale, Arizona, replacing Denver Broncos coach John Fox and his staff.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson, the most notable of the 12 Ravens selected to the Pro Bowl, has not announced whether he will play in the game. Tight end Mark Andrews, who dealt with a high ankle sprain in Saturday’s loss, said he plans to play.
Harbaugh is scheduled to hold end-of-season press conference on Friday at 11 a.m.