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Latest Jim Harbaugh Items
The Steelers run the ball down your throat. The Patriots overwhelm you with defensive brilliance. Indianapolis is precise with the ball. Baltimore is impenetrable without it.
Frank Gore gains his yards in so many ways. He runs over defenders, fakes them out or carries them along for the ride as he grinds first downs for the San Francisco 49ers.
The Washington Redskins might secretly be hoping for a case of jet lag for their opponents on Sunday; the kind that puts a West Coast team at a disadvantage when traveling East for a 1 p.m. game.
Quarterbacks watch so much game tape that it makes their eyeballs bleed. They're often the first players on the practice field, the last to leave. They're smart, for the most part, and they're leaders — let's not forget that. Leaders of large men in times of crisis.
Talk about something you don't hear everyday: a regretful Rex Ryan.
The NFL will not fine coaches Jim Harbaugh and Jim Schwartz for their postgame tiff Sunday.
Jim Harbaugh's aggressive, second-long handshake and back slap with Lions coach Jim Schwartz has talk radio all atwitter, and Twitter, too.
In celebration of a huge, perhaps season-defining win, Jim Harbaugh delivers a roundhouse handshake and backslap of Jim Schwartz. A scrum breaks out, with coaches and players involved.
Tim Tebow has lost his top target even before he makes his first start of the season.