Although all eight sacks Ravens quarterbacks absorbed Thursday night against the Chicago Bears can’t be blamed solely on the offensive line, coach John Harbaugh said, “We’ve got to be better up front.”
Ravens players and coach John Harbaugh offered measured reactions to the NFL’s new national anthem policy on Thursday, saying they’re more focused on their football jobs than on the swirling political controversy involving the league and President Donald Trump.
The Ravens talked with a “high-ranking” military official when the team was deciding whether or not to sign free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick, according to a TMZ report. The official cautioned Coach John Harbaugh as to Kaepernick's fit with the team's core values.
As a guest analyst on NBC's Super Bowl LII pregame show, Ravens coach John Harbaugh told viewers that the Eagles, because of their defense, would win the game. The Eagles' offense was unstoppable, but the defense made the biggest play of the game when it counted.
Five years ago, the Ravens completed a remarkable playoff run that capped the careers of some of the franchise’s greatest stars and seemed to seal the legacies of coach John Harbaugh and quarterback Joe Flacco. But their attempts to reload for another run have not gone as planned.
For the second straight offseason, head coach John Harbaugh has decided to retain much-maligned offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg despite mounting criticism about the direction of the Ravens offense.