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Ravens coach John Harbaugh won’t travel to NFL scouting combine next week after knee replacement surgery

Ravens coach John Harbaugh will not attend next week’s NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis, a team spokesman confirmed Thursday.

Harbaugh, who recently underwent knee replacement surgery, will conduct team business at the Ravens’ Owings Mills facility. He’s expected to join officials in late March in Florida for the NFL’s annual league meetings.

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Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta, who did not participate in Harbaugh’s season-ending news conference last month, is scheduled to meet with reporters Tuesday at the combine. With free agency approaching, the team’s front office faces several pressing questions, including its plans for franchise tag candidate and Pro Bowl outside linebacker Matthew Judon and the status of guard Marshal Yanda, who’s considering retirement.

Harbaugh, 57, was named NFL Coach of the Year in January after helping lead the Ravens to a franchise-record 14 wins last season. ESPN first reported that Harbaugh would not attend the combine.

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