Raiders Look To Avoid 0-2 Start When Ravens Invade The Black Hole2015 NFL schedule makers certainly did not do the (0-1) Oakland Raiders any favors when comprising matchups for the first two weeks of the season, as the Silver and Black host the second playoff team (from a year ago) in as many weeks. The O.co Coliseum in Oakland, California, will once again be overfilled with one of the most loyal fanbases in football when the (0-1) Baltimore Ravens look for their first win of the season at the Raiders’ expense.
Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: August 31st-September 4thThe Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
Opponent Profile: Steelers Host Ravens In Wild Card WeekThe Pittsburgh Steelers finalized their regular season with a win over the Cincinnati Bengals to host the Baltimore Ravens during wild card week of the 2014 NFL Playoffs.
Detroit Free Press Prints Wrong Harbaugh On Front PageThe paper mixed up the two brothers using a photo of John Harbaugh instead of Jim. John coaches the Baltimore Ravens and his team is currently in the playoffs.
Harbaugh Clan Gathers For 49ers-Ravens Preseason OpenerThey are NFL coaches on opposite ends of the country, so it isn't often that the Harbaugh brothers have a get-together in August. The exception to the rule will occur Thursday.
49ers Vs. Ravens NFL Preseason Opener On KPIX 5 - Players To Watch Out ForIt’s pre-season football, so you’re not going to see anything that resembles a regular season game plan with the exception of the numbers on the player’s backs. And if you’re looking for the majority of starters, they’ll be on the sidelines.
Harbaugh Brothers Leading The League In Off-The-Field HeadachesA little over a year after facing off in the Super Bowl, Jim Harbaugh of the San Francisco 49ers and John Harbaugh of the Baltimore Ravens are again leading the National Football League on the stat sheet, this time for the highest number of players on the roster arrested this offseason.
Harbaugh Brothers Haven't Spoken Since Super BowlBaltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh admitted on CBS’ “The Late Show With David Letterman” Thursday night that he hasn’t spoken to his brother, San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, since the Super Bowl.
Harbaugh Brothers Stage Dramatic Super BowlThe Harbaugh family sure knows how to throw a Super party. In the end, it was older brother John Harbaugh and his Baltimore Ravens who came out on top, hanging on for a 34-31 win over Jim Harbaugh and his San Francisco 49ers in a Super Bowl that had everything.
Pre-Game Warmup: Harbaugh Says 49ers Are 'Ready'49ers coach Jim Harbaugh says his team is "ready" to go after what would be the franchise's sixth Super Bowl win, tying an NFL record. The coach indicated that the team practiced at a "consistently outstanding" level in the days leading up to the Big Game in the Big Easy.
Week Of Distraction Finally Comes To An End For Harbaugh BrothersPreparing their respective teams for Super Bowl XLVII might have been easier for John and Jim Harbaugh than having to downplay the distraction of becoming the first brothers to coach against one another on the NFL's biggest stage.
Harbaughs Brothers Relish The Moment In Joint Super Bowl News ConferenceWorking separately, John and Jim Harbaugh each guided their team to the Super Bowl. They will be on opposite sidelines Sunday, John as head coach of the Baltimore Ravens and Jim with the San Francisco 49ers.
49ers, Ravens Share Practice Field At Same TimeSunday, it’s the Harbaugh Super Bowl. On Friday, it will be the Harbaugh dual press conference. Thursday offered the Harbaugh dual practice.
Who Has It Better Than The Harbaugh Parents? Nobody!Jack and Jackie Harbaugh are spending Super Bowl week celebrating the good fortune of having two sons at the pinnacle of pro football.
Risk & Reward: Harbaugh Brothers Tough Choices Paid OffYes, these Harbaugh brothers sure know how to make the right move at the right time, no matter how risky or unorthodox it seems. The head coaches of the 49ers and Ravens both made significant in-season shake-ups to offenses that reached conference title games a year ago.