By Bo Smolka
Change is coming at the top of the Ravens’ organization, but not until next season.
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti announced at his “State of the Ravens” news conference on Feb. 2 that general manager Ozzie Newsome will retire after the 2018 season and his longtime assistant, Eric DeCosta, will take over.
In a roughly 45-minute news conference, Bisciotti also expressed frustration at his team missing the playoffs for a third straight season, discussed the future of head coach John Harbaugh, acknowledged mounting fan anger in the wake of missed playoffs and the national anthem protest in London, and recognized the need for playmakers for quarterback Joe Flacco.
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