A day after Ravens coach
As I said earlier today, Jacobs wasn't a great fit for the Ravens, who are looking to give second-year running backs
In other news, the Ravens announced that wide receiver
Smith, who has become extremely involved in charitable work in the area, will assist with the Operation USO Care Package program, working with CGI U participants and local veterans to assemble care packages that will be sent to military units that are either about to deploy or are currently deployed overseas.
The owners meetings concluded today with announcements of some rule changes for the upcoming season. One of the changes generating the most attention is extending the overtime playoff rule into the regular season. Each teams will now have at least one opportunity to have the ball unless the one team scores a touchdown on the opening possession of overtime.
The Ravens were against the rule change.
"Personally, I think sudden death is fine," Harbaugh said yesterday. "I'm a sudden death guy. I like sudden death. I don't know how the Ravens are going to vote right now, but my two cents says sudden death. It's been around forever and it's worked out pretty good. But we said that last year, so that's where we're at.