Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh is still not happy about the Chicago Bears failed trade during this year's draft. The Bears agreed to a trade with the Ravens, when the deal fell through they failed to contact the league to consummate the deal and the Ravens had to move back a spot because their clock ran out on them.

"I'm not buying a 'mistake' thing," Harbaugh said, via the Chicago Tribune. "They knew what they were doing."..."They agreed to (trade) a pick," Harbaugh said.

"They got their guy (Carimi) on the phone. They recognized he wasn't getting calls from the team behind them (the Chiefs). And then they basically stalled for over a minute, telling us that they had called the trade in. So that was just not honest."

"They hadn't called the trade in. They said it was a mistake; those guys have been doing this for a long time, c'mon. You communicate back and forth and someone is responsible for calling the trade in, there's no way not to get that done."
I wouldn't want to get a team like the Ravens gunning for you. Good thing for Cutler they don't play each other this year.
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Unless they meet in the postseason...
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