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San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh declined to comment further on Monday after saying that he reached out to the NFL on Friday to voice concerns he had that the Seattle Seahawks got away with several defensive holding or illegal contact penalties that were not called during the 49ers’ 16-9 victory on Thursday night. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told ESPN 710-AM radio in Seattle that he was surprised at Harbaugh's stance a week after the 49ers’ coach claimed New York Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride was attempting to "influence officiating" by saying San Francisco defensive lineman Justin Smith regularly holds offensive linemen. Carroll added, "I'm surprised that he felt like their receivers were so overwhelmed." San Francisco's wide receivers had only six catches for 63 yards Thursday night. "Well, I'm not going to comment on, or get paraphrased, or let somebody quote somebody else, and then have a reaction to it,&q...
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It only took a season and a half, but it would appear that Pete Carroll and Jim Harbaugh have carried their feud from their college days over to the professional level.
The Pete Carroll-Jim Harbaugh rivalry has thankfully continued into the NFL.
Carroll had criticism over Harbaugh's recent complaints that the Seahawks' defensive backs were getting away with too-physical play down the field, implying that it contradicted Harbaugh's accusation that Giants' offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride was trying to influence...
ollowing the 49ers' 13-6 win over NFC West rival Seattle on Thursday, Jim Harbaugh was not happy about the aggressiveness of the Seahawks' coverage in the secondary. He went as far as to complain to the NFL about it. Harbaugh claimed cornerbacks Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner were maybe a little too physical with his wide receivers. Sherman actually played for Harbaugh...
San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore (ribs) said he "did everything" in practice Monday and thinks he'll be fine for next Monday's game, according to Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee.Fantasy Spin:Gore came out late in San Francisco's victory over Seattle last Thursday due to a rib injury. With 11 days in between games, he should be fine for Week 8.
After last Thursday’s win over the Seahawks, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh made it clear that he was unhappy with how his receivers were being covered. He felt like the Seattle cornerbacks were getting away with holding.Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll called Harbaugh out on Brock & Salk on ESPN 710 (via ProFootballTalk.com) because he told Giants offensive coordinator Kevin...
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By TIM BOOTH AP Sports Writer While the Seattle Seahawks returned to practice Monday after an extended weekend off and started looking ahead to Detroit, some of their thoughts remained in the Bay Area.
They were still smarting from a 13-6 loss to San Francisco on Thursday night that was punctuated by dropped passes and a defense that failed to adjust...