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Report: John Harbaugh Did Not Want To Cut Ray Rice After 1st Video

New revelation from Ravens camp has broke regarding the earlier reported stance of Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, who according to the Outside the Lines report wanted to immediately cut Ray Rice. According TMZ, Harbaugh had no intention of cutting the star running back after seeing the FIRST leaked video of the altercation. In response to the OTL report Harbaugh has stated...
Via Geeks and Cleats
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

John Harbaugh pretty much admitted he wanted to cut Ray Rice back in February

Following Sunday’s win over the Browns, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was asked if he wanted to cut Ray Rice back in February right after they found out what happened between him and his wife. “This is a football day, Jeff. This is definitely a football day. I’ll address that question tomorrow. I can tell you this — Kevin [Byrne, senior vice president of community and...
Via Pro Football Zone
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns: 2014 Week 3 NFL Pick

Baltimore Ravens (1-1) at Cleveland Browns (1-1) The Ravens are generally not as good on the road as at home, going 42-10 at home since the start of the John Harbaugh/Joe Flacco era, outscoring opponents by an average of 9.96 points per game, as opposed to 30-29 on the road, outscoring opponents by an average of just 0.97 points per game. However, they’re 6-3 ATS as divisional...
Via The Football Fan Spot
2 days ago  |  Discuss

John Harbaugh Wanted To Cut Ray Rice After 1st Video Leaked

From the outside looking in, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh seemed to be pretty dismissive of Ray’s actions, but behind the scenes that seems to be anything but the case. When Harbaugh first found out about the incident, his vote was for Ray to be cut from the team, but he was overruled. Sanders relayed the information he had obtained on Feb. 15 to his bosses, but whether he...
Via Geeks and Cleats
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: John Harbaugh wanted to release Ray Rice immediately back in February

According to an ESPN Outside the Lines report, the Baltimore Ravens purposely didn’t request to the view the video of Ray Rice knocking out his than fiancé inside of a Atlantic City casino. After the Feb. 15 incident in the casino elevator, Ravens executives — in particular owner Steve Bisciotti, president Dick Cass and general manager Ozzie Newsome — began extensive public...
Via Pro Football Zone
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens deny Harbaugh wanted to cut Rice in February

The Ravens are denying a new report that there’s been dissension within their franchise for months over Ray Rice, as ESPN says coach John Harbaugh wanted to cut Rice in February, while the team says that’s not the case. According to the report from ESPN, Harbaugh was upset enough about the team’s off-field misconduct (including not only Rice’s arrest for assaulting his wife...
Via Pro Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Hatoli Ngata nearly knocks over John Harbaugh after interception (Video)

Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Hatoli Ngata nearly knocked head coach John Harbaugh to the ground while celebrating his interception that wrapped up Thursday night's victory over Pittsburgh.Harbaugh made the mistake of going up in the air for a celebratory bump with Ngata, who weighs about 340 pounds. Ngata responded by pushing him away, which naturally threw Harbaugh off...
Via Holdout Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

John Harbaugh gets knocked around trying to celebrate with a heavy weight!

LeRoyMcConnell III All is well in Baltimore for at least one night as the Ravens beat their arch rivals Pittsburgh Steelers in a laugher 26-6. The nail in the coffin came thanks to Haloti Ngata’s interception. Everybody on the Ravens sidelines were quite jovial after the oskie especially Ravens coach John Harbaugh, who decided to do some […] Sports-Kings - The Kings of Sports...
Via Sports-Kings
11 days ago  |  Discuss

5 Reasons why the Baltimore Ravens can win the Super Bowl

The Baltimore Ravens had a rough season last year, failing to make the playoffs for the first time under Coach John Harbaugh. Hopefully this season will be a different story, especially with a fresh and reloaded offense. The Ravens kick off their regular season Sunday at home against the Cincinnati Bengals. Here are five reasons the Ravens could rebound for another Super Bowl win...
Via isportsweb.com
19 days ago  |  Discuss

John Harbaugh stumbles upon engagement of Ravens fans

Usually, when two people become engaged to be married, there is something special about the moment and the way the question is asked.For one huge Baltimore Ravens fan, her boyfriend brought her to the Ravens practice facility to pop the question. But I don’t think either of them were prepared for what happened next. While the guy already had a great idea to make it a special moment...
Via Sports-Kings
June 09, 2014  |  Discuss
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