Ravens to coach AFC Pro Bowl squad

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The Ravens were the top seed in the AFC playoffs this season and they came into January with designs on making a run to Miami for Super Bowl LIV, but the Titans had other ideas.

Instead of Miami, the Ravens coaching staff will be headed to a different game in Florida. The team announced that John Harbaugh and the rest of the team’s coaches will be running the show for the AFC squad.

While some players are likely to pull out of the game, they’ll likely have plenty of familiar faces with 12 Ravens on the Pro Bowl roster. Tight end Mark Andrews, long snapper Morgan Cox, cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters; running back Mark Ingram, linebacker Matthew Judon, quarterback Lamar Jackson, fullback Patrick Ricard, left tackle Ronnie Stanley, safety Earl Thomas, kicker Justin Tucker and right guard Marshal Yanda have been named to the team.

Some of those players will likely drop out of the proceedings and we’ll keep track of all the changes at PFT.

6 responses to “Ravens to coach AFC Pro Bowl squad

  1. “Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.”

    — Winston S. Churchill

  2. I wonder if even the players care for the Pro Bowl anymore. At the very least, put it back in Hawaii so those fans can see NFL players and the players get some fun in the Hawaiian sun, which may be the only enticing reason to play in the game.

  3. Is he going to remember how to use the players in this game? He sure didn’t in their playoff loss. Also expect some horrible clock management, and wasted timeouts. And kickers… sorry, even if you’re the best in the history of the game… Harbaugh will not use you.

  4. I don’t know why the AFC would need any other player other than Lame. We’ve been taught this year is that he is the end all to end all and it seems to me that there is not any need even for a coach. Let Lame pass the ball to himself – let him run like F. Gump. And then let us see the one man show as we know that he is.

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