John Harbaugh concerned by Baltimore Ravens' discipline

Running back Lorenzo Taliaferro #34 of the Baltimore Ravens participates in the Baltimore Ravens Rookie Minicamp on May 17, 2014
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John Harbaugh admits that his side have off-field disciplinary issues following the arrest of Lorenzo Taliaferro this week.

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh has admitted that he is concerned by his side's off-field issues after Lorenzo Taliaferro became the fourth player arrested this year.

Taliaferro was charged with being drunk in public on Tuesday, and joins Ray Rice, Deonte Thompson and Jah Reid in having disciplinary issues in 2014.

"It's a privilege playing in this league," Harbaugh told The Baltimore Sun on Thursday.

"Character is very important to us - discipline is a way of life. I'm very disappointed in some of the things that have gone on."

The Ravens won the 2012 Super Bowl.

Running back Lorenzo Taliaferro #34 of the Baltimore Ravens participates in the Baltimore Ravens Rookie Minicamp on May 17, 2014
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