Live From Owings Mills: Harbaugh says “No Way” McGahee will be traded

October 18, 2010 | Glenn Clark

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Baltimore Ravens (4-2) returned to work Monday at 1 Winning Drive following Sunday’s 23-20 overtime loss to the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. Head Coach John Harbaugh held his weekly press conference Monday afternoon to discuss the loss to the Pats and to look ahead to this Sunday’s visit from the Buffalo Bills (0-5) at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Here are some of the highlights from Harbaugh’s chat with the media…

-Harbaugh was quick to dismiss any trade conversation regarding RB Willis McGahee stemming from him not seeing the football field Sunday. “I can see where three could be speculation (but) there is no Willis trade talk” said the Coach. “Unless there’s something I don’t know about, which I think is almost impossible, there is absolutely no way he’s being traded. He will be on our team this week and for the rest of the season.” The NFL’s Trade Deadline is Tuesday at 4pm, and there are multiple teams rumored to be in the market for a running back-including the Green Bay Packers.

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