New England’s star quarterback has given his team a little more flexibility in spending.
“Michigan is about excellence, is about greatness, and you have my pledge that I will carry forward the tradition,” Harbaugh says.
New England’s offensive coordinator says he’s happy where he is, but at least one NFL team is seriously interested in interviewing him.
If Marc Trestman is on his way out as reports indicate, here are six names for the Bears to talk to.
With Trestman reported to be out, Mike Shanahan’s name has surfaced.
The Florida Gators won’t have their head coach Will Muschamp back next year.
Any improvement within league rules shouldn’t warrant criticism.
Brady Hoke’s seat is scalding hot.
Injury and suspension have left the 49ers defense shorthanded, but it’s still stout.
Jim Harbaugh is certainly a man of habit, pants included.
In this week’s That Thing You Missed, watch Jim Harbaugh do push ups with a walrus, an Aussie kid throw a hissy fit over a foul ball, Phil Martelli’s grandson “do” Phil Martelli and why an Italian baseball team is, er, red in the face.
Jonathan Martin is wanted in an NFL locker room, while it appears Richie Incognito is not.
Eastern Illinois quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo believes he’s improved “tremendously” since season’s end.
Are the Bulls interested in any players who are being bought out?
Although they made a deeper playoff push a year ago, the 2013 season for the 49ers was far from a letdown. The team continued to improve each week, and heading into the off season know that they have a quarterback and defense that is going to make them contenders for years to come.
Both Belichick’s Patriots and Harbaugh’s 49ers will be playing on Championship Weekend for the third straight year.
There’s something frightful to opposing head coaches and fans when New England’s Bill Belichick and Tom Brady put their heads together at a crucial moment in a game.
Jim Harbaugh has the kind of thoughtful and caring attitude that new Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman would be wise to take note of and apply to his own coaching.
Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith could have been called for either defensive holding or illegal contact on the 49ers’ fateful fourth down play that essentially ended Super Bowl XLVII.
I’m not really sure what any of that was, but I damn well know I liked it.