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San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh told reporters Tuesday that his players know that breaking the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs will not be tolerated.
“It has no place in an athlete’s body. Play by the rules,” Harbaugh said, via Janie McCauley of
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Former San Francisco 49ers great Roger Craig believes his former team will become the next great NFL dynasty under head coach Jim Harbaugh.
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Craig compares Harbaugh to Bill Walsh.
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The Seattle Seahawks have had more suspensions related to performance-enhancing drug use since 2011 than other other team in the NFL. Five Seahawks players have been disciplined for violating the league’s PED policy since December 2011, with cornerback Richard Sherman winning an appeal during that time. San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh, whose team [...]
Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com asked 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh today if wide receiver Mario Manningham will be ready for the regular season after tearing his ACL late last season.
Harbaugh responded by saying, “At some point.”
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San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman and head coach Jim Harbaugh are very happy with what they’ve seen from second-year receiver A.J. Jenkins.
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In each year since Jim Harbaugh became head coach of the Niners, he has dealt with significant player losses due to injury. In his first year, the team lost wide receiver Josh Morgan to a broken leg. The following year, the team lost wide receivers Mario Manningham and Kyle Williams to harsh injuries as well. Now facing his upcoming third season in...
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