Baltimore Ravens

3rd AFC North (10-6-0)

Founded: 1996

Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium

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  • Forsett: Ravens expressed they want me back

    Justin Forsett wants to return to the Baltimore Ravens in 2015. The free-agent-to-be said the team has expressed a desire to bring him back and Forsett hopes that happens.
  • Harbaugh: Flacco helped pick Trestman

    Ravens coach John Harbaugh says one of the biggest factors in choosing Marc Trestman as OC was his fit with quarterback Joe Flacco, who played a significant role in the hiring process.
  • Ravens hire Mornhinweg as QB coach

    The Baltimore Ravens announced they hired Marty Mornhinweg as quarterbacks coach, who is coming off a turbulent stint as the New York Jets offensive coordinator.
  • Trestman named Ravens OC

    Baltimore has a new man in charge of the offense. The Ravens announced on Tuesday that coach Marc Trestman has been hired as offensive coordinator.
  • Gase could land with Jags or Ravens

    Once considered a prime candidate for a head-coaching job, Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase will have to make a lateral move. The Ravens or Jaguars will likely be Gase's new home, per Ian Rapoport.
  • Ravens' Harbaugh counting on a self-improved Hill next year

    When locked in, Will Hill is one of the NFL's top safeties. But the Baltimore Ravens' defender has had his share of off-the-field issues. Find out what coach John Harbaugh expects of Hill this offseason.
  • Broncos to interview Kubiak

    Ian Rapoport reported Friday that Broncos general manager John Elway will meet with Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak this weekend about taking over as Denver's head coach.
  • Ravens want Steve Smith to take time before deciding future

    Steve Smith's debut season with the Ravens was a success. But will the 35-year-old be back in Baltimore next season? The team wants the wide receiver to take some time before he decides to return.
  • Ravens' Harbaugh, Kubiak discussed opportunity with Broncos

    The Denver Broncos have put in a request to speak with Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak about their vacancy at head coach. Kubiak and John Harbaugh discussed the matter Thursday.
  • NFL announces Pro Bowl coaching staffs

    The NFL announced that the coaching staffs of the Baltimore Ravens and Dallas Cowboys will coach in this year's Pro Bowl in Glendale, Arizona.
Draft 2015 more
Pick Player
Rd 1, Pick 26 (26)  
Scoreboard more
Gillette Stadium - Wk 19 1 2 3 4 T
Baltimore Ravens 14 7 7 3 31
New England Patriots 7 7 14 7 35
Schedule more
Wk Date Opponent Time
14 Sun, Dec 07 @ Miami 28-13   W
15 Sun, Dec 14 Jacksonville 20-12   W
16 Sun, Dec 21 @ Houston 13-25   L
17 Sun, Dec 28 Cleveland 20-10   W
WC Sat, Jan 03 @ Pittsburgh 30-17   W
DIV Sat, Jan 10 @ New England 31-35   L
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Injuries more
Player (Pos) Injury
No Injuries Reported
Postseason Leaders more
Passing Att Cmp Yds TDs
Joe Flacco 74 46 551 6
Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
Justin Forsett 40 169 4.2 0
Joe Flacco 8 8 1 0
Receiving Rec Yds Avg TDs
Steve Smith 8 145 18.1 1
Owen Daniels 8 111 13.9 1
Torrey Smith 5 90 18 1
Marlon Brown 6 48 8 0
Transactions more
Date Transaction
1/22 Aldrick Robinson (WR) Reserve/Future (reserve/future).
1/12 Keith Wenning (QB) Reserve/Future (reserve/future).
1/12 Konrad Reuland (TE) Reserve/Future (reserve/future).
1/12 Marcel Jones (T) Reserve/Future (reserve/future).
AFC North more
Team W L T Win %
Pittsburgh 11 5 0 .688
Cincinnati 10 5 1 .656
Baltimore 10 6 0 .625
Cleveland 7 9 0 .438

Head Coach more

John Harbaugh

Regular Season: 72-40

Postseason: 10-5

Experience: 6

Career record: 82-45

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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