8 Facts About John Harbaugh

1. Mr John Harbaugh was a senior executive for the National Security Agency.

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2. The Baltimore Ravens and John Harbaugh are very likely headed to a "mutual parting of the ways" in 2019, sources said, but the former Super Bowl winning head coach is not in any jeopardy of an in-season firing, contrary to some recent speculation.

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3. The Baltimore Ravens and John Harbaugh seems to be barreling toward a "mutual parting of the ways" after the 2018 season, CBS Sports Jason La Canfora reported early Sunday.

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4. Head Coach John Harbaugh is encouraged about the health of the Ravens' offensive line after a much-needed bye week.

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5. Head Coach John Harbaugh confirmed that Joe Flacco does have a hip injury, but did not shed any more light on its severity or the quarterback's status for Sunday's pivotal game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

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6. In 2015, John Harbaugh had his first losing season with the Ravens.

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7. In 2012, John Harbaugh was awarded the third-highest honor within the Department of the Army Civilian Awards, the Outstanding Civilian Service Award, for substantial contributions to the US Army community while serving as the Baltimore Ravens Coach.

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8. On January 19, 2008, John Harbaugh was appointed the third-ever head coach of the Baltimore Ravens after Jason Garrett, the team's first choice, decided to stay with the Dallas Cowboys after receiving a raise and a promotion to assistant head coach.

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