49ers’ Jim Harbaugh on Michigan Job: “Leaders eat last.”

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CSN Bay Area’s Matt Maiocco asked San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh a very simple question in regards to the Michigan head coaching vacancy. A position that is now officially open, Maiocco asked the 49ers head coach the opportunity asking, “Yesterday, the NFL Network reported that the University of Michigan has reached out to you and you’d expressed directly or indirectly that desire to remain an NFL coach, did that occur?


Harbaugh responded saying, “As a principle, I don’t talk about any other job than the one that I have. Leaders eat last. My number one priority is winning football games. Second priority is the welfare of our players, coaches, all our staff for the welfare of our team. And lastly my own personal professional future.”

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