John Harbaugh

On Further Review
Ravens: January-Tough
Ravens: January-Tough
From Flacco and Smith to Suggs and Harbaugh, the Ravens are once again proving they have the toughness it takes to make a playoff run
By Peter King
Tuesday Mailbag
Wild-Card Twitter Mailbag
Wild-Card Twitter Mailbag
What to make of the Cowboys-Lions officiating? Are Harbaugh and Flacco now among the elite coach-QB combos? And will the Panthers keep it close on Sunday? That and more as Peter King answers your Twitter questions
By Peter King
On Further Review
The New Noll
The New Noll
Chuck Noll stayed 23 years in Pittsburgh. With 10 playoff wins in seven years and a patient boss, John Harbaugh could be on his way to a similar stature in Baltimore. The Ravens coach would consider it ‘the ultimate accomplishment’
By Peter King
One-Minute Drill
Ravens Playoff Preview
Ravens Playoff Preview
By Peter King
Open Field
Why the AFC North is Football’s Crown Jewel
Why the AFC North is Football’s Crown Jewel
A year ago, the NFC West was put on a pedestal as the NFL’s best division. But the aggressive, intelligent and opportunistic teams in the AFC North are changing the discussion. (You just have to ignore Manziel’s performance last Sunday)
By Robert Klemko
The Friday Interview
Out of the Shadows
Out of the Shadows
Just a few months after he thought his career might be over, Justin Forsett ran for a career-high 182 yards in the Ravens’ win over the Saints on Monday. Now on his fifth team in seven years, this journeyman could make a trip to the Pro Bowl
By Jenny Vrentas
Business of Football
The Best Buy in Football
The Best Buy in Football
At a third of the price of an elite quarterback, a good coach is the wisest expenditure in the salary cap era, and the best way to gain a long-term competitive edge. Plus, thoughts on Adrian Peterson and NFL gambling
By Andrew Brandt
Business of Football
An Inevitable Conversation
An Inevitable Conversation
Ray Rice will get his day in court next week. If his indefinite suspension is lifted, the former All-Pro running back will be free to sign with any team. Would one do it? Here's a hypothetical look at how a coach and GM would make this decision
By Andrew Brandt
Going Long
Waging Four Battles and Relying on Joe Cool
Waging Four Battles and Relying on Joe Cool
The Ray Rice scandal rocked the NFL, but not the Ravens’ locker room. Once the domain of a spitfire linebacker named Ray Lewis, it’s now the province of a ho-hum quarterback who prefers talking over yelling. A look at how Joe Flacco has kept Baltimore on track—and how the team upgraded at running back
By Jenny Vrentas
10 Things I Think I Think
10 Things I Think I Think … About the Ray Rice Case
10 Things I Think I Think … About the Ray Rice Case
Former NFL quarterback Sage Rosenfels on what this experience means for the league, the players and the movement to prevent domestic violence