Since firing offensive coordinator
Having reached the
"He's really a solid football coach, first of all," Harbaugh said. "He's been around. He's coached both sides of the ball. He's been a head coach, he's done it all. He's mainly a really good guy."
The Ravens piled up 356 yards of total offense and 25 first downs during a 28-13 win over the
During the playoffs, the Ravens have averaged 425.3 yards and 30 points a game.
"He's calling plays, so it has his stamp on it, his flavor on how he calls the game," six-time
The Ravens have also hired well-respected former
Castillo was fired this season after an unsuccessful stint as the Eagles' defensive coordinator.
Castillo interviewed with the
His addition to the staff doesn't come as a surprise considering that Castillo has been a guest of Harbaugh's at Ravens home games at M&T Bank Stadium since being dismissed by the Eagles.
Harbaugh said he doesn't anticipate any defections from the coaching staff for next season.
"Our staff will stay intact next year, unless something changes, but all the guys that want to be here will be here," Harbaugh said. "To my knowledge, they all want to be back. I think that's a profound positive for our team with continuity."