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    Re: Coaching Change?



    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    Not sure of the reliability of the news.

    But I am hearing that the team is playing for Harbaugh's job too.

    Which could be why he didn't something he didn't want to do and fired a friend.
    I'd be real surprised if Harbaugh was on the hot seat.

    I'm not going to say it is impossible, but there would have to be some major - and I mean MAJOR - issues in the locker room if the team isn't behind Harbaugh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrian View Post
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    @DonsAndDukes Drew: Don't need to cite them. That would be unfair to them. Bisciotti was directly involved. End of story.
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    Drew: #Bisciotti has been "sketchy" (words of a source) all season about this #Ravens team...expected a lot more from them

    It is WNST, but wonder if it's all the same source!

    The only way Harbs is going is if he's lost the locker room.

    So the Ravens kept a tight lid on the firing since 7:00 PM Sunday, so much so that Aaron Wilson went on the radio like an hour before the firing and said he doubted it would happen.

    Yet now "sources" inside the Ravens are telling Drew that Bisciotti was directly involved? I highly doubt that. No one knows anything at this point.




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    Re: Coaching Change?

    Bisciotti had to be involved.




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    Quote Originally Posted by s.r.genovese View Post
    So the Ravens kept a tight lid on the firing since 7:00 PM Sunday, so much so that Aaron Wilson went on the radio like an hour before the firing and said he doubted it would happen.

    Yet now "sources" inside the Ravens are telling Drew that Bisciotti was directly involved? I highly doubt that.
    According to Aaron, decision made last night, firing happened this AM...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsmoove View Post
    Bisciotti had to be involved.
    If he was it could explain why Harbaugh freaked out on Cam. It could be, Harbaugh is on the hot seat too and felt the pressure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsmoove View Post
    Bisciotti had to be involved.
    Of course he was. In the sense that this was a major move and you go to your owner to before you do something like this to keep him in the loop. But the idea that it must have been Steve's DECISION has no founding in evidence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    If he was it could explain why Harbaugh freaked out on Cam. It could be, Harbaugh is on the hot seat too and felt the pressure.
    Dude. Really?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhcforlife View Post
    If Harbaugh doesn't get over the hump this year, I could see his seat getting hotter next year, but I can't believe he's in any real jeopardy right now.

    If Bisciotti was directly involved, as is being reported now, it could be that he basically told Harbaugh - "do it now or if this ship isn't righted by season end, your spot will also be evaluated...."

    That might - at least somewhat - reconcile the different rumors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B-more Ravor View Post
    According to Aaron, decision made last night, firing happened this AM...

    Aaron Wilson ‏@RavensInsider
    Hearing the decision to fire Cam Cameron was made last night at roughly 7 p.m., then carried out this morning.
    Right. But like I said, the Ravens kept a tight lid on the whole thing until the official release came out this morning; yet now the Ravens organization is so leaky that we are getting specific details from Drew about how the decision was made? I just don't buy it.




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    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    If he was it could explain why Harbaugh freaked out on Cam. It could be, Harbaugh is on the hot seat too and felt the pressure.
    he must be because I have never seen harbaugh did that to any of his coaches during a game ever, he is so professional you wonder if the man has any emotions because of it, there was definitely something going on in the workings behind the scenes that put some pressure on Harbs for him to freak out on the sidelines like that. He may be on the hot seat.




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    Quote Originally Posted by ActualSpamBot View Post
    Of course he was. In the sense that this was a major move and you go to your owner to before you do something like this to keep him in the loop. But the idea that it must have been Steve's DECISION has no founding in evidence.
    No specific evidence, but certainly, this is not Harbaugh's usual behavior. Seems like Front Office was upset and wanted a change, Harbaugh knew he had to do SOMETHING to jump start the offense and went along with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    If he was it could explain why Harbaugh freaked out on Cam. It could be, Harbaugh is on the hot seat too and felt the pressure.
    Or it could have been the straw that broke the camel's back. Only a fool thinks Harbaugh is satisfied with this team's offensive performances. Not firing Cam sooner had a lot more to do with the risk of not being able to replace him with someone effective than it did with being content with his results. Harbs' seat is cool for at least 2 more seasons, especially considering that he's going to win the division for the second year in a row despite dealing with the worst rash of injuries since our disastrous 07 season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bacchys View Post
    It would be foolish to tell them otherwise, that's for sure. As a sergeant, I never tell my soldiers I'm being forced to do something from higher that they don't like. I'm the asshole. The commander is the good guy. I once talked a commander into releasing everyone early, and then went out and told them "against my better advice, the commander has decided to let you bums go early today. Apparently, he thinks you worked hard enough."
    I laughed out loud when I read this. Reminds me so much of Recruit Training @ Parris Island. The Senior DI was ALWAYS, ALWAYS the good guy.




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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Dude. Really?
    What's wrong with speculating. Just thinking out loud and connecting the dots, IF Harbaugh were on the hot seat.

    You saw him freak out on him, I didn't have a microphone next to them, did you...?
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