Tuesday Ravens links: No Harbaugh hug, Cody Latimer

Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

Read what others are writing about the Ravens.

This is a fairly funny story.

John Harbaugh revealed an anecdote that followed Baltimore's 34-31 Super Bowl XLVII win for the first time while being inducted into the Miami (Ohio) Cradle of Coaches. BaltimoreRavens.com's Garrett Downing wrote that John Harbaugh wanted to hug brother Jim Harbaugh immediately after the game.

Little bro wasn't having it.

Jim Harbaugh stretched his arm out preventing the hug. The two would only shake hands.

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Indiana receiver Cody Latimer has been a prospect on the rise recently.

And CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown writes that the Ravens are showing some serious interest in him. Latimer has been a mid-round prospect for some time but is now getting some buzz as a potential second-rounder.

He's someone that would be seen as a good fit for the Ravens' offensive scheme as a big target that can block.

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Purple Reign Show's Rob Michels takes a closer look at Notre Dame tight end Troy Niklas, which shows whether he'd be a good fit for the Ravens or not.

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