FOXBORO -- Jonathan Kraft doesn't know John Harbaugh, but he feels like Harbaugh has a funny way about showing his loyalty to Bill Belichick.
When asked about how the Patriots organization feels about the Ravens organization, Kraft started by telling 98.5 The Sports Hub that he has a tremendous amount of respect for the team's ownership and front office.
The coach, though?
"[Bill Belichick], I think, was a big champion of [Harbaugh's], and in life when someone champions you, as long as they never double-cross you or anything, I think there's a sense of loyalty that should exist there," he said. "For some reason I guess that hasn't existed. It's probably not my relationship to comment on, and I've never actually even met Coach Harbaugh so I can't speak to him personally. There's a lot of obvious things there, too.
"Look, he's had success. It's tough to win consistently in this league. He has. He's obviously a good coach."
When asked about Harbaugh during the ESPN production meeting this weekend, Belichick told play-by-play man Sean McDonough that he wished Harbaugh would stop talking about the formations the Patriots used in the AFC Divisional Round game two seasons ago.