Pay per head sportsbooks found out that in the midst of separate reports that Texas is interested in Jim Harbaugh to succeed Mack Brown, and about friction between general manager Trent Baalke and Harbaugh, the San Francisco 49ers coach said on Thursday that he’s still happy in San Francisco.
“Absolutely,” he said when he was asked if he’d like to stay long-term with the 49ers. “Absolutely.”
Harbaugh is in the third year of a five-year contract worth $25 million. Jed York, 49ers owner, is on the record saying that the team has plans to try to end an extension for Harbaugh in the offseason, and pay per head sportsbooks wonder what awaits the coach.
York talked to San Francisco radio station KNBR and said that there is the occasional creative tension between both football leaders but not “friction,” as reported this week by the San Jose Mercury News.
Price per head services saw that like York, Harbaugh dismissed any issues between the two.
“It’s the 49er way,” said Harbaugh, who is 34-11-1 with the 49ers. “It’s the team, the team, the team. Everybody does a little, and it adds up to be a lot. Nobody above the team. Nobody more important. Nobody less important. Hundreds of people in this organization, and we all have a role and we all contribute to the best of our ability. And that’s the team, the team, the team. We win as a team. That’s how we do it.”
Harbaugh also rejected the report because unnamed sources were cited, and pay per head sportsbooks believe that he has a point.
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“In Judge Judy’s court, hearsay is not admissible evidence,” he said. “I think we can all agree that an unnamed source is hearsay. … In the court of public opinion, why would you give any of that credibility?”
Many fans and pay per head sportsbooks were very happy to hear that the coach wants to stay with the 49ers, and will closely monitor developments on him and the team.