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Baltimore Ravens’ head coach John Harbaugh was adamant on Wednesday about the Ravens’ involvement in telling the Indianapolis Colts about the deflated footballs against the New England Patriots. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

The news has not only been with the defense, but off the field as well. Head coach John Harbaugh dealt with the continued allegations that the Ravens tipped off the Indianapolis Colts about the deflated footballs against the Patriots in the 2015 AFC Championship game.

"“I’ve been consistent from the beginning when asked about whether the Ravens tipped off the Colts about deflated footballs,” Harbaugh said Wednesday. “I’ll say it again – we didn’t. We knew nothing about deflated footballs.”"

His major point of the press conference was making sure everyone knew the team did not have trouble with deflated balls in their divisional matchup against New England. They mentioned the kicking balls being too hard, not deflated.

Harbaugh was adamant in his attempt to clear up the confusion, which has been going on for quite a while. The controversy seems to arise from determining who told or warned the officials to check the air pressure of the footballs during the AFC Championship game. staff writer Ryan Mink makes it clear where the confusion is from Harbaugh’s comments.

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