Baltimore Ravens

2nd AFC North (8-8-0)

Founded: 1996

Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium

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  • Ozzie: Ravens need Flacco insurance

    Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome is in the market for a quarterback after watching the playoff failures of the backup QBs in Miami and Oakland. Will Baltimore draft Joe Flacco's successor this year?
  • Ravens hire ex-Bills OC Roman to fix run game

    Former Bills and 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman has agreed to terms with the Baltimore Ravens to become the team's offensive assistant/tight ends coach.
  • Ravens owner knows 'pitchforks are out'

    Finishing just a game out of the playoffs a year after a dismal 5-11 season is not good enough for Ravens fans. However, owner Steve Bisciotti said he doesn't think mass firings are the answer.
  • Steve Smith 'will no longer be antagonizing' DBs

    Steve Smith officially called it quits, filing his retirement paperwork on Friday. The letter to commissioner Roger Goodell was classic Smith, noting he "will no longer be antagonizing defensive backs."
  • Ravens hoping Perriman emerges as No. 1 WR

    With Steve Smith retiring, the Baltimore Ravens have a hole at receiver. Coach John Harbaugh hopes Breshad Perriman can grow into the No. 1 role.
  • Ravens sticking with offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg

    The Baltimore Ravens are sticking with Marty Mornhinweg. Coach John Harbaugh confirmed Tuesday that he will keep the team's offensive coordinator in-house for another season.
  • NFL community reacts to Steve Smith's retirement

    Ravens receiver Steve Smith said goodbye to his NFL career Sunday. Throughout the weekend, the league's community reacted to the end of Smith's historic career.
  • Injuries: Jimmy Smith is on IR; Reed questionable

    The Baltimore Ravens have placed cornerback Jimmy Smith on injured reserve and promoted wide receiver Keenan Reynolds to the 53-man roster. Here's what else we're monitoring this weekend.
  • Weddle says he would pick Ravens '100 times over again'

    The Ravens have been eliminated from playoff contention, but that doesn't mean Eric Weddle regretted his decision in free agency.
  • Rivera: Steve Smith should retire with Panthers

    After Steve Smith confirmed that Sunday will likely be his final NFL game, Ron Rivera suggested the veteran wideout should retire with the Panthers. Is Smith ready to make peace with his old team?
  • Suggs says he won't retire after loss

    This will not be the end of the Steelers-Ravens rivalry featuring Terrell Suggs. The 34-year-old outside linebacker was adamant about not retiring after Sunday's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
  • Big Ben: Steelers 'went into attack mode' in last-second victory

    The Steelers overcame a double-digit deficit, a blown fourth-quarter lead, two interceptions, missed tackles, two kickoffs out of bounds and a stagnant first-half offense to beat the Ravens and take the AFC North title.
  • Week 16 Cheat Sheet

    Can Tom Savage propel the Texans into the playoffs? Will the return of A.J. Green be the difference maker for Andy Dalton? Here's what you need to know heading into Week 16.
  • Steve Smith: Ravens, Steelers possess a 'professional hatred'

    Leave it to Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. to perfectly encapsulate the Baltimore-Pittsburgh rivalry. In an interview with reporters Wednesday he called it "professional hatred."
Scoreboard more
Paul Brown Stadium - Wk 17 1 2 3 4 T
Baltimore Ravens 3 0 0 7 10
Cincinnati Bengals 14 6 0 7 27
Schedule more
Wk Date Opponent Time
12 Sun, Nov 27 Cincinnati 19-14   W
13 Sun, Dec 04 Miami 38-6   W
14 Mon, Dec 12 @ New England 23-30   L
15 Sun, Dec 18 Philadelphia 27-26   W
16 Sun, Dec 25 @ Pittsburgh 27-31   L
17 Sun, Jan 01 @ Cincinnati 10-27   L
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Injuries more
Player (Pos) Injury
No Injuries Reported
Postseason Leaders more
Passing Att Cmp Yds TDs
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Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
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Receiving Rec Yds Avg TDs
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Transactions more
Date Transaction
1/6 Kapron Lewis-Moore (DE) Reserve/Future (reserve/future).
1/4 Robertson Daniel (DB) Reserve/Future (reserve/future).
1/2 Jarell Broxton (OG) Reserve/Future (reserve/future).
1/2 Dustin Vaughan (QB) Reserve/Future (reserve/future).
AFC North more
Team W L T Win %
Pittsburgh 11 5 0 .688
Baltimore 8 8 0 .500
Cincinnati 6 9 1 .406
Cleveland 1 15 0 .063

Head Coach more

John Harbaugh

Regular Season: 85-59

Postseason: 10-5

Experience: 8

Career record: 95-64

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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