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49ers coach Jim Harbaugh has a reputation for putting players in different positions, and that's exactly what he's doing with rookie Colin Jones. Drafted as a safety, Jones took a snap as a receiver against St. Louis in the season finale, and has exclusively gone into offensive meetings this week....
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The transition from college to the NFL is not supposed to be this easy or instantly prosperous for head coaches, but Jim Harbaugh has bucked the trend. Harbaugh has transformed the 49ers into winners this season by doing things his way and bringing a unique style and character to the franchise that has his players buzzing and others calling him the favorite for NFL Coach of the Year honors.
Jim Harbaugh doesn't often talk to his team about his playing days, but he made an exception this week.
It's the playoffs, so Harbaugh told the 49ers a story about one of his final postseason games, a crushing 20-16 loss at Pittsburgh in the 1995 AFC Championship Game. The Colts lost when wide...
By Gwen Knapp
Two of Jim Harbaugh's messages to his heavily neophyte playoff team were revealed this week, and they seem, at least superficially, to conflict with each other.
No. 1, as originally described by 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree, is, "Don't overcook it." In...
Jim Harbaugh didn't call Sean Payton in August before the San Francisco 49ers played the New Orleans Saints, unaware of the "gentleman's agreement" between NFL coaches to talk before preseason games to agree on strategy.
(01-09) 21:19 PST - Don't count out Delanie Walker just yet.
Sixteen days after Walker's jaw was broken in two places Dec. 24 at Seattle, coach Jim Harbaugh said the 49ers will keep a roster spot open for him in hopes he can play in the postseason.
Harbaugh didn't rule Walker out of...