The Ravens’ head coach and special teams coordinator will take over for Ray Lewis at quarterback, and the team will enter the bye week with the top offense in the NFL.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, who is expected to be named the team’s new general manager, has already started making decisions and is making his plans for the offseason.
Harbaugh, who previously coached in Denver and Baltimore, said the Ravens’ season is “going to be different than it was last year.
It’s going to be a little bit different because of Ray Lewis.
I think he’s going get some things figured out and some things fixed that we’re not going to have to deal with.
But we’ll see what the future holds.”
Lewis was the Ravens quarterback in 2015 and 2016, but was released last month and signed by the Broncos.
He signed a four-year, $50 million contract with the Ravens in June, and was one of the most popular players in the league, winning MVP honors.
The Ravens, who have a bye in Week 17, are projected to finish at or near the bottom of the AFC North, but will face the Cleveland Browns in Week 14.