The first time was with RB Ray Rice, who knocked Burfict back to the turf when attempting to get up after a play was over. After the game, Rice told reporters that Burfict was talking trash while he was in the game.
The second time came when Burfict gave OG Bobbie Williams a slight kick, which caused Williams to briefly lose his temper and receive a personal foul penalty. Both penalties will certainly be under review this week and could possibly result in fines.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh didn't seem too keen on watching those two 15-yard penalties again when he reviewed the game film Monday.
"I don't care what (opponents) say," Harbaugh said. "I don't care what they do.
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We don't need a flag thrown. We need to be smart enough for the flag to be thrown on the other guy. It's that simple. If we're a smart football team, that's what we'll do. I believe we're a smart enough football team to figure that out. We better be."
Lewis game time decision: Harbaugh said LB Ray Lewis (right triceps) will be a game time decision for Sunday's game against Indianapolis. Lewis has practiced the past three weeks and was activated to the 53-man roster last Wednesday.
Lewis was a full participant in all three practices a week ago, though he did not suit up for the Cincinnati game. Then again, Baltimore rested most of its key players.
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If Lewis plays this week, it will be the first time since the 17-year veteran tore his right triceps against Dallas in Week 6.
Black Monday reaction: A slew of coaches and front office employees were fired Monday with the 2012 NFL regular season wrapped up. One of those fired was former Eagles coach Andy Reid, who Harbaugh was close with during his time in Philadelphia.
Harbaugh was asked about the reality of NFL job security for those, like Reid, he's grown to know over the years.
"It's hard on families," Harbaugh said. "It's hard on kids who have to change schools, to pick up, move and start in other cities. That's where you feel for the most and that's where your prayers are at."
"You will find out an hour-and-a-half before the game whether or not that takes that place," Harbaugh said.
DeCosta staying: The Ravens confirmed multiple teams have reached out to assistant GM Eric DeCosta, requesting to speak to him for potential job opportunities. Through a statement, DeCosta announced he has no plans to leave the Ravens organization.
“I love being a part of the Ravens and plan to stay here and help them win championships," DeCosta said. "I have no intentions of leaving this team.”
DeCosta has been with the organization since it moved to Baltimore from Cleveland in 1996. His first job with the Ravens was an entry level position before moving up the personnel ranks. DeCosta is essentially the Ravens' GM-in-waiting and will take over for Ozzie Newsome whenever he decides to retire.
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