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No Guts, No Glory:
Jim Harbaugh is attempting to save face. With whom, we don’t know. Alex Smith is already signed and it’s not like Harbaugh really needs to save face with Alex Smith anyway. But for some odd reason, Harbaugh decided to tell reporters gather for his post-practice media session that the 49ers didn’t pursue Peyton Manning.
But what about the fact that the 49ers put Manning through a physical and a private workout, you ask?
Well, according to Harbaugh, that was merely “evaluating”.
“Oh one other thing: There’s a perception out there, and it’s an erroneous perception, that we were flirting with Peyton Manning.
“I keep hearing it over and over. It’s silly and it’s untrue. It’s phony. Even the perception that we were pursuing. We were evaluating.”
Harbaugh continued Wednesday: “I’ve said all along that Alex Smith has been our quarterback. There’s no scenario, other than Alex choosing to sign with another team, that we would consider him not as our quarterback.
“We don’t like to co
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I’ve heard coaches stretch the truth, avoid questions they don’t want to answer and even “interpret” a question differently in order to give the response they want but it always bothers me when a coach just flat out lies to the media.San Francisco 49ers’ head coach Jim Harbaugh addressed what he called an “erroneous perception that we were flirting with Peyton Manning...
Jim Harbaugh came out today and just flat out lied, saying that the 49ers had Alex Smith in their plans all along. He claimed that they were never really trying to replace him with Peyton Manning, just exploring their options.
Hm. I can’t say I believe any of that. In fact, I would go so far as to say that I’m 100 percent sure that every bit of what Jim Harbaugh said on this...
It’s confirmed: Jim Harbaugh could sell a ketchup popsicle to a woman in white gloves. Or at least he’d try to if it was in the best interest of his football team.
The 49ers coach spoke to the media on Wednesday and attempted to spin the reports that said the team pursued Peyton Manning in March.
“There’s a perception out there, and it’s an erroneous perception, that...
The first episode of Hard Knocks will air Tuesday, August 7 at 10 pm ET
— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) May 29, 2012
So Peyton Manning says no to Dolphins, Broncos and Manning say no to Hard Knocks, and, like love-scorned phoenixes rising from the flames of heartbreak, the two find each other.
Don’t worry, HBO can’t be too sad. They will get to feature a first-time head...
San Francisco head coach Jim Harbaugh claimed Wednesday afternoon that the 49ers never considered pursuing future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning when he was a free agent this winter. Prior to signing a five-year contract worth $96 million with … Continue reading →
After taking his job as Denver Broncos quarterback, Peyton Manning
now has beaten Tim Tebow to the top spot for the best-selling
jersey in the NFL.
On Wednesday, two Denver Bronco players — one offensive and one defensive — will be ranked between 41-and-50 on NFL Network’s Top 100 Players of 2012, the network has confirmed.
The two players will represent the fourth and fifth Broncos to make the list (joining No. 98 Willis McGahee, No. 68 Elvis Dumervil and No. 52 Von Miller). That’s a big improvement from 2011, when...
There was a spate of articles in the Star recently about what Peyton is up to.
I didn't read them.
It felt strange and foreign to overtly ignore news about someone that I cared so much about, a player whose every move was of daily interest to me for more than a decade.
At some point, I stopped in and tried to scan one of them, but that felt even more strange.
In case you haven’t been listening to the radio, this is a parody of Gotye’s “Somebody I Used To Know.” It focuses on a Indianapolis Colts fan and a Denver Broncos fan dealing with the departures of Peyton Manning and Tim Tebow from their team.
Can’t beat starting your day with a little football humor!