- DeVier Posey comes to the Ravens after playing for the Toronto Argonauts, who are coached by former Ravens offensive coordinator Marc Trestman.
- The Ravens go into the bye week knowing that the offense needs to be much improved if the team is going to make it to the playoffs.
- "I think anytime you try to pin the blame on any one person ... that’s always going to be a mistake," John Harbaugh said.
- Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg faces a possible quick departure if the Ravens' offense falters.
- More than four months after he was fired as the Ravens offensive coordinator, Marc Trestman is reportedly nearing a return to coaching in the CFL.
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