Coach John Harbaugh and the Ravens returned to work Monday, not allowing Hurricane Sandy to cut too badly into the team’s preparation for the game at Cleveland on Sunday.
The Ravens held an indoor workout at their Owings Mills facility in the morning, and Harbaugh said virtually everybody was able to juggle flights or otherwise make it back to Owings Mills after being given a few days off during the Ravens bye week.
Harbaugh also said the bye week afforded the coaches plenty of time for self-evaluation after the Ravens’ 43-13 loss at Houston.
“We really went to work. We really had some great conversations. I mean we had some great discussions, we had some great studies,” Harbaugh said in a conference call on Monday. “In the end, what you try to do is take good counsel, and then make wise, solid judgments about, ‘Hey, what makes us our best?’ as we go forward, and I’m really excited about that.”