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Jim Harbaugh looks forward to his large-headed son’s football c…

Jim Harbaugh looks forward to his large-headed son’s football career

profootballtalk.com Updated Jan 28, 2013
The periodic concerns that come from the parents of boys (or from parents like President Obama who don’t and won’t have sons) regarding whether the young men entrusted to their care will create for some families a potential opportunity. 49ers coach Ji
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  • Video - NFL32OT: Pollard Questions Longevity Of NFL 03:17

    NFL32OT: Pollard Questions Longevity Of NFL

    Jan 28
    Episode 257: Suzy Kolber and Chris Mortensen discuss Ravens Bernard Pollard's comments on the lastingness of the NFL. 49ers Tarell Brown discusses Jim Harbaugh and being on the road. The NFL32 crew breaks down Jim Harbaugh's decision to take a day of
  • Video - Super Bowl Preview: Ed Reed And Player Safety 02:20

    Super Bowl Preview: Ed Reed And Player Safety

    Jan 28
    John Clayton delivers the latest news from Super Bowl XLVII
  • Video - 49ers Sound Off On Kaepernick's Offense 01:13

    49ers Sound Off On Kaepernick's Offense

    Jan 28
    Frank Gore, Bruce Miller and Alex Boone talks about how Colin Kaepernick has changed the 49ers offensive scheme
  • Video - San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis: 'We've got to stop the run' 01:14

    San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis: 'We've got to stop the run'

    Jan 28
    San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis joins Willie McGinest on "NFL Total Access" to discuss his team's game plan versus the Baltimore Ravens.

Sports Columnists

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    Jan 28
    There are plenty of experienced GMs sitting on the sidelines, waiting to get back into the NFL. Plus, answers to reader questions.
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    Jan 28
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