Baltimore Ravens

1st AFC North (6-5-0)

Founded: 1996

Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium

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  • Ravens best Bengals, still tied for first

    A brilliant afternoon from kicker Justin Tucker paved the way for Baltimore's 19-14 win over the flailing Bengals (3-7-1). Here's what we learned from Sunday's pivotal victory for the Ravens (6-5).
  • Tucker hits 3 first-half FGs over 50 yards

    In the first half against the Bengals on Sunday, Justin Tucker reminded the football world why he's the best kicker in the game, drilling three field goals from beyond 50 yards.
  • Burfict's huge flop results in Steve Smith penalty

    Vontaze Burfict has made a grave error in judgment. The Bengals LB fooled an official into calling an unnecessary roughness penalty on Steve Smith with an audacious flop on Sunday.
  • Harbaugh: Steve Smith welcome to return in '17

    After Steve Smith recorded his 1,000th career catch in Week 11, coach John Harbaugh said the ageless wideout is "absolutely" welcome back for 2017. Will Smith play for the Ravens next season?
  • Flacco on Cowboys: 'We should beat this team. I'm not kidding'

    Joe Flacco's Ravens may have been roughed up by the Dallas Cowboys both in the second half and on the scoreboard Sunday, but the Baltimore quarterback was not impressed with Dallas.
  • Dak makes it look easy in victory

    Dak Prescott and the Cowboys started slowly against the Baltimore Ravens, but once they got going, they never looked back. The Cowboys' rookie threw for over 300 yards in another Dallas win.
  • Flacco responds to Lewis' 'passionate' barb: 'It's my personality'

    "Is Joe Flacco elite?" is so 2013. The hottest debate in the streets is apparently "Is Joe Flacco passionate?" The soft-spoken QB drew the ire of former teammate, linebacker Ray Lewis, this week.
  • Steve Smith Sr. cares not for Sunday's kicker duel

    Sunday's tilt will feature the two most accurate kickers in NFL history in Justin Tucker and Dan Bailey. Though some may be intrigued, don't count Steve Smith Sr. being one of them.
  • What we learned: Veterans lead Ravens to win

    After trailing 7-6 at halftime, the Ravens scored three second-half touchdowns to run away from the Browns in a 28-7 victory to kick off the NFL's Week 10 slate. Here's what we learned Thursday.
  • Steve Smith tells Harrison: 'My shovel's bigger than your shovel'

    There will be many discussions whether Steve Smith will wind up in the Pro Football Hall of Fame when he hangs up his cleats, but there's no question he's in the Football Trash Talk Hall of Fame.
  • Steve Smith: Browns matchup is not a 'trap' game

    The Ravens don't believe their matchup with the winless Browns is a "trap" game. Why? Because the Ravens losing to a winless team nearly a decade ago is still fresh -- at least for Terrell Suggs.
  • Ravens' defense shuts down Big Ben

    The return of Ben Roethlisberger against a big rival did not stop Pittsburgh's losing streak. Here's what we learned from Baltimore's 21-14 victory over the Steelers.
Draft 2016 more
Pick Player
Rd 1, Pick 6 (6) Stanley, Ronnie OT 
Rd 2, Pick 11 (42) Correa, Kamalei DE 
Rd 3, Pick 7 (70) Kaufusi, Bronson DE 
Rd 4, Pick 6 (104) Young, Tavon CB 
Rd 4, Pick 9 (107) Moore, Chris WR 
Rd 4, Pick 32 (130) Lewis, Alex OT 
Rd 4, Pick 34 (132) Henry, Willie DT 
Rd 4, Pick 36 (134) Dixon, Kenneth RB 
Rd 5, Pick 7 (146) Judon, Matt DE 
Rd 6, Pick 7 (182) Reynolds, Keenan RB 
Rd 6, Pick 34 (209) Canady, Maurice CB 
Scoreboard more
M&T Bank Stadium - Wk 12 1 2 3 4 T
Cincinnati Bengals 0 3 6 5 14
Baltimore Ravens 10 6 0 3 19
Schedule more
Wk Date Opponent Time
10 Thu, Nov 10 Cleveland 28-7   W
11 Sun, Nov 20 @ Dallas 17-27   L
12 Sun, Nov 27 Cincinnati 19-14   W
13 Sun, Dec 04 Miami 1:00 PM ET
14 Mon, Dec 12 @ New England 8:30 PM ET
15 Sun, Dec 18 Philadelphia 1:00 PM ET
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Injuries more
Player (Pos) Injury
Javorius Allen (RB) D - non football injury
Terrell Suggs (LB) Full Pract - --
Jeremy Zuttah (C) Full Pract - --
Jimmy Smith (CB) Q - Back
Regular Season Leaders more
Passing Att Cmp Yds TDs
Joe Flacco 450 285 2877 11
Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
Terrance West 153 600 3.9 4
Kenneth Dixon 40 150 3.8 0
Receiving Rec Yds Avg TDs
Mike Wallace 51 792 15.5 4
Steve Smith 48 536 11.2 3
Dennis Pitta 52 439 8.4 0
Breshad Perriman 21 294 14 2
Transactions more
Date Transaction
11/29 Asa Jackson (DB) Practice Squad (practice squad).
11/29 James Burgess (ILB) Terminated (by Club) from Practice Squad (terminated (by club) from practice squad).
11/26 Asa Jackson (DB) Waived, No Recall (waived, no recall).
11/23 James Burgess (ILB) Practice Squad (practice squad).
AFC North more
Team W L T Win %
Baltimore 6 5 0 .545
Pittsburgh 6 5 0 .545
Cincinnati 3 7 1 .318
Cleveland 0 12 0 .000

Head Coach more

John Harbaugh

Regular Season: 83-56

Postseason: 10-5

Experience: 8

Career record: 93-61

Pro Career: Harbaugh signed as the third head coach in Baltimore Ravens history on January 19, 2008. He served as the Eagles' secondary coach in 2007, after leading the Eagles' special teams for nine seasons (1998-2006).

Under his leadership, Harbaugh's special teams units were consistently ranked among the NFL's best. From 2000-04, Philadelphia was the only team to rank in the top 10 in the comprehensive annual special teams report created by The Dallas Morning News' Rick Gosselin. (Gosselin's report is recognized by NFL teams as the special teams measuring stick.) In 2001 and 2003, the Eagles were ranked first by Gosselin, who compiles his report based on 22 kicking-game categories. Following the 2001 season, Harbaugh was voted the NFL's Special Teams Coach of the Year by his coaching peers. He was also named The Dallas Morning News Special Teams Coach of the Year that season.

Background: Harbaugh played defensive back for four years at Miami (Ohio) from 1980-83, while earning his degree in political science. He coached on the collegiate level at Western Michigan (1984-86), Pittsburgh (1987), Morehead State (1988), Cincinnati (1989-1996), and Indiana (1997).

Personal: Born in Perrysburg, Ohio, on Sept. 23, 1962, Harbaugh and his wife, Ingrid, have a daughter, Alison. He is the son of longtime college coach Jack Harbaugh and his younger brother, Jim, the current Stanford head coach, played 14 seasons as a quarterback in the NFL, including one season in Baltimore (1998). John's brother-in-law, Tom Crean, the Indiana head basketball coach, is married to his sister Joani.

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