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|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|
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|1||Sun, Sep 11||Buffalo||13-7 W|
|2||Sun, Sep 18||@ Cleveland||25-20 W|
|3||Sun, Sep 25||@ Jacksonville||19-17 W|
|4||Sun, Oct 02||Oakland||1:00 PM ET|
|5||Sun, Oct 09||Washington||1:00 PM ET|
|6||Sun, Oct 16||@ New York Giants||1:00 PM ET|
|Jeremy Zuttah (C)||Did Not Pract - --|
|Elvis Dumervil (LB)||Q - Foot|
|Kenneth Dixon (RB)||O - Knee|
|John Urschel (G)||Q - Shoulder|
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|9/12||Michael Campanaro (WR) Waived, Injury Settlement (waived, injury settlement).|
|9/7||Carrington Byndom (DB) Waived, Injury Settlement (waived, injury settlement).|
|9/6||Jarell Broxton (OG) Practice Squad (practice squad).|
|9/6||David Fales (QB) Practice Squad (practice squad).|
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Regular Season: 80-51
Career record: 90-56
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.
Published: Sept. 25, 2016 at 04:12 p.m.
Ravens linebacker Zachary Orr picks off Jaguars QB Blake Bortles to end the game as a win for Baltimore.
Published: Sept. 25, 2016 at 03:52 p.m.
Ravens cornerback Tavon Young picks off Jaguars Blake Bortles.
Published: Sept. 25, 2016 at 02:26 p.m.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco scrambles and gets in untouched for a 7-yard touchdown.
Published: Sept. 25, 2016 at 01:46 p.m.
Baltimore Ravens Linebacker C.J. Mosley pulls in a spectacular one-handed interception of Blake Bortles while falling backwards.