By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Baltimore Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh will return to the team in 2019. There was speculation earlier this season that he would not return.
The 2019 season is Harbaugh’s final season under contract with the team. According to the press release, the team hopes to sign Harbaugh to an extension.
Harbaugh has been the Ravens head coach since the 2008 season. His name was mentioned as a potential replacement for USC Trojans Head Coach when Clay Helton was the embattled head coach.
Trojans Athletic Director Lynn Swann announces after Thanksgiving that Helton would be returning. That shut down any speculation that Harbaugh would be accepting the college job.
This season, the Ravens are 8-6 on the season. They have two games left, as they face the Los Angeles Chargers on Saturday.
The team closes out its season with a home game against the Cleveland Browns on December 30th.
The Ravens have missed the playoffs the last three seasons. However, this season, there is a good chance that the team could make the playoffs.
One year ago, the Ravens were eliminated from the playoffs of the season with a season-finale loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. That allowed the Buffalo Bills to end their 17-year drought by missing the playoffs and making the playoffs.
As the Ravens head coach through 11 seasons, he has gone 102-72 in 174 games. His best record with the team was 12-4, which he guided the team to in 2010 and 2011.
He also guided the team to the Super Bowl Championship following the 2012 season. His worst record with the team was a 5-11 record in 2015.
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