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Report: John Harbaugh Signs Multi-Year Contract Extension


The Ravens have agreed to a multi-year contract extension with Head Coach John Harbaugh, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The Baltimore Sun is reporting that it's a four-year contract that was reached months ago.

Harbaugh will be among the NFL's highest-paid coaches at nearly $7 million per year, according to ProFootballTalk. Only three coaches make more than $7 million: the Patriots' Bill Belichick, Sants' Sean Payton and Chiefs' Andy Reid.

The Ravens have not made any official announcement.                                                                                                

Harbaugh last signed a three-year extension in February of 2011, so his contract was set to go through 2014.

Under Harbaugh, the Ravens have a 63-30 overall record, tying New England and Belichick for the NFL's most total wins since 2008. Harbaugh has gone to the playoffs every season as head coach, and led the Ravens to three AFC title games and the Super Bowl XLVII championship.

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