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Ravens, Harbaugh part ways after 2018 season

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora, the Baltimore Ravens and John Harbaugh will part ways at the end of the season. La Canfora said it would be a “mutual parting of ways.”

He also added that Harbaugh would not be fired at the end of the season. Harbaugh has been the team’s head coach for the past 11-years.

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh looking on against the New Orleans Saints

John Harbaugh looking on against the New Orleans Saints (Getty Images)

The 56-year-old Perrysburg, Ohio native has gone 98-71 in the regular season, as the Ravens head coach. He also went 10-5 in the postseason, including winning the Super Bowl in 2012.

When the Ravens won the Super Bowl, he defeated his brother’s San Francisco 49ers in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Baltimore; however, has not made the playoffs since the 2014 season. They had a chance to make the playoffs in the final game of the season last season, before losing 31-27 to the Cincinnati Bengals.

The loss allowed the Buffalo Bills to make the playoffs for the first-time since 1999.

The Ravens are 4-5 on the season. They are presently the third team in the AFC North, trailing the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2-1) and the Cincinnati Bengals (5-3).

There has been some speculation since last week that the team may move in a different direction. Harbaugh has one-year left on his contract following the 2018 season.

Longtime Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is retiring and will be replaced by Eric DeCosta. La Canfora said that DeCosta would face a “possible roster overhaul.”

Harbaugh was the team’s third head coach in franchise history when he was hired away from the Philadelphia Eagles.

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