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Posted June 15, 2011 @ 9:34 a.m. ET
By PFW staff

Updated 10:34 a.m., June 15

There are conflicting reports as to whether or not the Ravens have given contract extensions to all of their assistant coaches through the end of the 2012 season.

On Monday, Albert Breer of reported that the team had extended the contracts of their entire staff, ensuring continuity under head coach John Harbaugh.

On Wednesday, the Baltimore Sun's "Ravens Insider" blog cited a team source that claimed Breer's report was inaccurate. Ravens executive vice president Kevin Byrne told the newspaper that the team would not announce the length of any contract.

In January, Baltimore signed Harbaugh to a three-year extension, through 2014. At that time, the team chose not to give its assistant coaches new deals, and even forced a 25 percent pay cut because of the lockout. That plan was later rescinded, and all the money taken away was refunded.

The Ravens have made the playoffs each season since Harbaugh was hired in 2008.



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