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NFL: Ravens give Harbaugh one-year coaching extension

John Harbaugh, who coached the Baltimore Ravens to a Super Bowl victory last year, has received a one-year extension on his contract, the National Footall League club announced Tuesday. Harbaugh is now set to remain with the Ravens through 2017 after signing a four-year deal last year after Baltimore defeated San Francisco in the NFL championship spectacle. The Ravens finished only 8-8 in the 2013 season, missing the playoffs for the first time since Harbaugh took over as coach in 2008.

NFL-Edging brother in Super Bowl bittersweet for Ravens' Harbaugh

By Larry Fine NEW ORLEANS, Feb 3 (Reuters) - John Harbaugh realized a coach's dream when his Baltimore Ravens won the Super Bowl on Sunday, but it made the traditional post-game handshake between opposing coaches bittersweet as it was with his younger brother. Moments after the Ravens barely held on for a 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers, the two brothers met at midfield as confetti rained down upon them while their parents watched from inside the Superdome.

NFL: Brother bragging rights on line in Super Bowl

The most hyped coaching matchup in Super Bowl history will pit two brothers against each other on Sunday. Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh will be facing his younger brother Jim, who coaches the San Francisco 49ers, in a subplot to the National Football League championship game that turned into a media frenzy on Friday. The opposing coaches held a joint news conference at the end of the week for the first time ever in a Super Bowl where John downplayed the brothers' roles in Sunday's landmark contest, saying the focus should really be on the players.

NFL: Brother bragging rights on line in Super Bowl

The most hyped coaching matchup in Super Bowl history will pit two siblings in their first Super Bowls going against each other. Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh will be facing his younger brother Jim, who coaches the San Francisco 49ers, in a subplot to the National Football League championship game that turned into a media frenzy on Friday.

NFL-Harbaugh overcomes hurdles to finish season at Super Bowl

By Larry Fine NEW ORLEANS, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Football was in his blood, and coaching was a natural career path for John Harbaugh, who paid his dues and learned his craft rung by rung on his way to taking the Baltimore Ravens to the Super Bowl. The son of a coach and brother of the man who will direct the San Francisco 49ers on Super Sunday, Harbaugh was not blessed with the athletic skills of younger brother Jim, an NFL quarterback for 14 seasons.

NFL-Two weeks and counting for the HarBowl hype

By Steve Ginsburg BALTIMORE, Jan 21 (Reuters) - With two weeks of hype left before the Super Bowl, Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh is already trying to play down the drama of facing his little brother for the National Football League championship. John used to share a room with his brother Jim and, like many siblings, they would place tape down the middle of the room to claim their turf. Their story has already been told. And told. And told.
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