Ravens, John Harbaugh Working On Extension

Maybe John Harbaugh is staying put after all. The Ravens are making progress on extension talks with their head coach, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (on Twitter). Nothing is done yet, but both sides are encouraged by where things stand at the moment. 

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Despite a group of quality free agent coaches and available coordinators, multiple teams have considered the possibility of trading for Harbaugh. The Buccaneers and Dolphins are seriously mulling the idea of forfeiting draft compensation for the one-time Super Bowl winning coach, but they’ll have to concentrate on their other targets instead if Harbaugh re-ups in Baltimore.

Right now, it sounds as though Harbaugh and the Ravens will spend a 12th year together. Through eleven seasons, Harbaugh owns a 104-72 record (.591) as the Ravens’ head coach with seven playoff appearances.

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13 comments on “Ravens, John Harbaugh Working On Extension

  1. JJB0811

    I’d take Baltimore’s stability over the Fins and Bucs as well.

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    • Sheep8

      And Lamar Jackson over Winston and Tannehill/??

      Not saying Jackson is great, but better than the unknown.

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        • tharrie0820

          And Jackson can’t hold onto the ball to save his life

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          • tharrie0820

            Fun fact: Jackson had as many turnovers in his 8 starts as Winston did

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            • JJB0811

              So you’d take 14 picks and 3 fumbles in 11 games (2018 for Winston) after having played for 3 full seasons over a rookie? Not me. You can fix fumbles, not Winston; he’s a bust.

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      • kenleyfornia2

        All 3 of those guys stink. Jackson is a running back

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  2. tallyosfan

    Give Jackson some time he wasn’t even supposed to play this year

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    • Mack83

      No excuse, next man up. He was #2 on the roster for QB, he should have been better prepared.

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      • HubcapDiamondStarHalo

        And he might want to consider asking for some stick-um for his next birthday present…

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    • tharrie0820

      And yet, he’s played football his entire life, and still never learned how to hold onto the ball

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  3. crosseyedlemon

    I think the Patriots would snap up Harbaugh in a heartbeat if Wild Bill retired. John should sit tight in Baltimore for a few more seasons until the vacancy in New England presents itself.

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