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Ravens, John Harbaugh agree to contract extension

Four weeks after saying they would come to an agreement on a new contract, the Ravens and coach John Harbaugh have done so. Harbaugh has agreed to terms on a new deal to remain with the Ravens beyond the 2019 season, according to multiple reports. With only one year remaining on his old contract, Harbaugh [more]

Clock keeps ticking on John Harbaugh contract extension

Four weeks ago today, the Ravens issued an out-of-the-blue announcement that coach John Harbaugh will return in 2019, and that the Ravens are working on an extension of his contract, which expires after the 2019 season. Nearly two weeks after Baltimore’s season ended via a playoff loss to the Chargers, the contract has not been [more]

Ravens RBs coach Thomas Hammock heading to Northern Illinois

Ravens running backs coach Thomas Hammock is returning to Northern Illinois for his first head coaching job, college football insider Brett McMurphy reports. Hammock, 37, has spent the past five seasons with the Ravens. He was a 1,000-yard rusher at Northern Illinois in 2000 and 2001. He finished ninth on the school’s career rushing list. [more]

Lamar Jackson: I want to be like Brady, win multiple Super Bowls

Lamar Jackson became the youngest quarterback ever to start an NFL playoff game this season, and he believes his future is bright. Jackson told Ray Lewis on Inside the NFL that he doesn’t see any limit to what he can do, and his goals are to have a similar impact in Baltimore to Tom Brady‘s [more]

Brandon Williams replaces Geno Atkins in Pro Bowl

Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams will play in his first Pro Bowl. He was announced as a replacement for Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins, who will not participate because of an injury. Williams has played in the league six seasons. He finally earned recognition for his role in the Ravens’ No. 1 ranked defense. Williams [more]

Ravens have talked contract with C.J. Mosley

One of Eric DeCosta’s first big decisions as the new Ravens General Manager may be to hang onto one of his own. According to Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic, the Ravens have had contract talks already with linebacker C.J. Mosley, and hope to reach a deal before he becomes a free agent in March. Mosley’s one [more]

Raiders now know where all their first-rounders fall

Four more spots in the 2019 NFL Draft order were set with the weekend’s results, and the Raiders now know exactly where they’ll be making their three first-round picks. The Eagles slotted into the 25th spot in the order after yesterday’s loss, followed by the Colts, Cowboys and Chargers. The final four picks will go [more]

Marty Mornhinweg won’t return to Ravens

The Ravens announced the previously reported promotion of Greg Roman to offensive coordinator on Friday afternoon and revealed what’s next for the coach who used to hold that position. Word on Friday morning was that Marty Mornhinweg had been offered another job in the organization with Roman moving up to his spot. Ravens head coach [more]

Greg Roman promoted to Ravens offensive coordinator

With Lamar Jackson in and Joe Flacco on the way out, the Ravens are changing up their offense. Greg Roman, who spent last season as the assistant head coach and tight ends coach in Baltimore, has been promoted to offensive coordinator. Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports that Harbaugh confirmed the move. Where that leaves [more]

Eric DeCosta takes over as Ravens G.M. on Friday

Friday will bring a major changing of the guard to the Ravens franchise. Ozzie Newsome wrapped up his final season as the team’s General Manager with last Sunday’s loss to the Chargers and the  team announced on Thursday that the formal transition of power to Eric DeCosta will take place on January 11. Newsome was [more]

Where are the Dolphins leaning?

With three jobs filled, three others likely down to two candidates each, and two AFC East jobs seemingly still wide(r) open, the Miami vacancy hasn’t gotten much attention. So where will owner Stephen Ross go? The Dolphins have interviewed Patriots linebackers coach (and de facto defensive coordinator) Brian Flores, Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, Cowboys [more]

Roy Hilton, Super Bowl V star, dies at 75

Roy Hilton, a defensive end best remembered for helping the Baltimore Colts beat the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl V, has died at the age of 75. A 6-foot-6, 240-pounder who was often described as looking more like a basketball player than a football player, Hilton proved quick out of his stance and difficult to [more]

Ravens upset at home fans booing Lamar Jackson

Lamar Jackson went around the stadium, slapping hands with fans after the Ravens’ loss to the Chargers on Sunday. So he obviously held no grudge at the boos and chants for his backup, Joe Flacco, as he struggled during the game. But Jackson’s teammates were upset with the way Ravens fans treated Jackson. “It definitely [more]

Report: Ravens, John Harbaugh progressing toward extension

The Ravens announced last month that head coach John Harbaugh would remain with the team for the 2019 season and that they were working on an extension, but that didn’t stop chatter that another team might try to pry Harbaugh out of Baltimore to become their head coach. Harbaugh said after Sunday’s game that he [more]

Wild-card ratings up 10 percent over last year

The wild-card round brought a quartet of compelling games, and to no surprise folks tuned in. Via Sports Business Journal, the four games on ESPN/ABC, FOX, CBS, and NBC generated a 10-percent uptick in ratings in comparison to last year’s wild-card games. The Eagles-Bears game on NBC delivered the highest number, a 22.9 rating. That [more]

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