Ravens' New Head Coach Is John Harbaugh

The Baltimore Ravens have hired John Harbaugh as their new head coach, replacing the fired Brian Billick.

Harbaugh spent the past season as the Philadelphia Eagles secondary coach. Before that, he worked with Eagles' special teams. He'll be introduced at a news conference Saturday.

The 45-year-old Harbaugh was the Ravens' second choice for the
job. Earlier this week, Dallas offensive coordinator Jason Garrett
turned down an offer to become the Ravens' third head coach.

Billick was dismissed on December 31st after a nine-year run. Harbaugh's brother Jim played quarterback for the Ravens in 1998.




 
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