A little over a year after facing off in the Super Bowl, Jim Harbaugh of the San Francisco 49ers and John Harbaugh of the Baltimore Ravens are again leading the National Football League on the stat sheet, this time for the highest number of players on the roster arrested this offseason.
This time of year many National Football League coaches and scouts are sitting on the sidelines trying determine how successful a prospect will be by watching their combine workouts or evaluating skills at a mock practice on a college campus, but 49ers Head Coach Jim Harbaugh has a routine that is every bit as old school as he is: he plays catch with them.
9er head coach Jim Harbaugh is known for his intense competitive spirit, but he may have met his match Sunday when he took on a real heavyweight in a push up competition.
Harbaugh was reportedly visiting the Kansas Jayhawks to give a pep talk before their game with Texas Tech in Lawrence, Kansas when he decided to take part in the pre-game shoot around. ESPN’s cameras were rolling when he popped a half-court shot and drained it, drawing stunned reactions from the college players.
“I really don’t think there’s anything there,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew.
Rumors last month that the 49ers nearly traded head coach Jim Harbaugh to the Cleveland Browns caught many members of the 49er Empire by surprise. In the aftermath, word of a division between the front office and coaching staff surfaced. Now come new murmurs that some players are growing tired of the coach as well.
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Jack and Jackie Harbaugh would do well to practice their impassive faces in front of a mirror before the Super Bowl.
Bookmakers mostly have the San Francisco 49ers as 5-point favorites over the Ravens in the Super Bowl, amid expectations this could be the heaviest bet title game ever because of a monster matchup that pits brother versus brother.
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh says rookie quarterback Colin Kaepernick will have a legitimate chance to start this season.