Ravens' Harbaugh fears hacks as NFL teams go virtual
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Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh is worried about hacks potentially taking place while NFL teams are forced to operate virtually.

"It's a big concern," he said, according to ESPN's Jamison Hensley. "Hopefully we'll be OK. I really wouldn't want the opposing coaches to have our playbook or our draft meetings. That would be preferable, if we can stay away from that."

NFL clubs have been mandated to shut down facilities and work remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic, and the draft will be held virtually. It's unknown how long teams will be waiting to commence offseason programs.

Despite security assurances from the Ravens' brass, the reigning NFL Coach of the Year still fears Zoom meetings or other online databases could be compromised.

"I have more confidence in Zoom than I do in Ozzie (Newsome, executive vice president), John, Steve (Bisciotti, owner) and Dick (Cass, team president), with a copy of our draft board that they just leave in the car on their front seat or something like that," general manager Eric DeCosta joked.

Baltimore went 14-2 last season, posting the league's best record.

Ravens' Harbaugh fears hacks as NFL teams go virtual
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