Ravens coach Harbaugh has 'every expectation' of staying in Baltimore
The Ravens' NFL season may be over, but John Harbaugh does not see his time in Baltimore ending any time soon.
Baltimore bowed out of the playoffs following Sunday's 23-17 wild-card defeat to the Los Angeles Chargers.
Harbaugh, who just finished his 10th season at the helm of the Ravens, said he has every expectation of remaining with the team.
"I don't believe so," he told reporters when asked if there were any questions surrounding his future.
"There's a Bible verse that says, 'Make no oath.' We'll see what God has in store, but I have every expectation of being here as long as the Ravens want me here.
"I do believe that's what they want."
There have been reports that Harbaugh's job is in jeopardy. CBS Sports reported a "mutual parting of the ways" was likely coming in 2019.
But, the Ravens released a statement in December which said Harbaugh was expected to return in 2019.
This season marked the first time in four years the Ravens made it to the postseason. Under Harbaugh – who has a 104-73 record – they have made seven playoff appearances, including a Super Bowl win to cap off the 2012 season.