Source: Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun
A day after Terrell Suggs, Ravens coach John Harbaugh’s most vocal leader and one of his top players, declared that the Ravens were in a “state of emergency,” Harbaugh painted a little more optimistic picture of his struggling team.
However, Harbaugh did reveal the sense of urgency that has now enveloped the Ravens as they near the midpoint of the season.
“We’ll do whatever it takes,” Harbaugh said. “We’ll trade guys, we’ll cut guys, we’ll sign guys, we’ll coach guys, we’ll change schemes. It doesn’t matter. We have to find a way to get better. That’s the business we’re in. We’ve got the men for the job. I like our guys but that’s what we’ve got to continue to work on. This week’s a chance to really focus on that.”