Has the 49ers head coach been signaling his way out of San Francisco?
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Early on Sunday Jay Glazer of FOX Sports declaring that San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh won’t be back in San Francisco next year, prompting the 49ers CEO Jed York to comment on the situation via Twitter.
Jim is my coach. We are trying to win a SB, not a personality or popularity contest. Any more questions?
— Jed York (@JedYork) October 5, 2014
While York certainly has good reason to feel that way, but it does not change the reports that players are growing weary of Harbaugh’s attitude and coaching style, not to mention the numerous high-profile jobs potentially opening up in college football (or even across the Bay in Oakland as some have suspected).
Harbaugh has led the 49ers to 3 straight NFC Championship games since taking over for the team in 2011.