What is Jim Harbaugh like outside of work? Does he really watch as much “Judge Judy” as everyone is led to believe? 49ers.com spent a day with the San Francisco 49ers head coach.
The San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator reviewed his unit’s performance versus the Rams before discussing the Von Miller-led Broncos defense.
After pitching a defensive shutout against the Eagles in Week 4, the San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator has shifted his focus to shutting down another explosive offense.
Philadelphia entered Sunday's meeting with the 49ers having scored 94 points on offense through three games. After the Week 4 matchup, the Eagles were still stuck at 94.
Among them: The team's new-look schemes on offense proved to be successful, plus the team went through Sunday without suffering any major injuries.
Watch highlights of the San Francisco 49ers wide receiver from his time at the University of Kentucky, where he starred from 2006 to '07.
Chris Borland made his first start against the Denver Broncos and led the San Francisco 49ers in tackles. Borland reflects on his game and expects big things going forward.
Jim Harbaugh was just as intense, vocal, and passionate while playing in the NFL as he is coaching. Here are some of his best moments wired for sound playing for the Indianapolis Colts and coaching for the San Francisco 49ers.
The San Francisco 49ers head coach also said that while his coaching staff will be hard at work, he is hopeful that players use the opportunity to spend time resting their bodies and minds around their families.
Jim Harbaugh spoke to the media Sunday following a 42-17 loss to the Denver Broncos about bouncing back, Daniel Kilgore's injury, Tramaine Brock and more.