49ers coach Jim Harbaugh has been getting on the Seattle Seahawks nerves talking about their PED issues and implying they are ‘cheaters.’
Seahawks’ WR Golden Tate who blew up Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee in a game last year and getting a $21,000 fine from the league, spoke about how he would like to get Jim on the field.
Tate told a Seattle radio station he'd give Harbaugh "the Sean Lee treatment" if Harbaugh ever stepped foot onn the field.
Tate’s actions were in response to Harbaugh's well-publicized comments in late June about the rash of PED suspensions in Seattle.
Tate's thoughts were echoed by his teammate cornerback Brandon Browner, who stated he wanted to ‘put his hands around Harbaugh's neck.’
Harbaugh and Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride had words last season and one can not forget the furious Lions coach Jim Schwartz rushing towards Harbaugh after an overly excitable pat on the back that enraged the coach.
According to his brother John (coach of the World Champion Baltimore Ravens), there has always been someone who wanted to punch Jim.
"He would alienate the other kids, so I was really the only friend he had," John said, via Matthew Barrows of the Sacramento Bee.
"We joke that dad's profession was the perfect profession for Jim, because after two years, he'd be like, 'It's time to move, dad. I've lost all my friends.' We were in Iowa one time and dad felt bad because we were leaving for Michigan. He tried to break it to us, and Jim goes, 'Just in time, dad. I just ran out of my last friend.' "