Ray Lewis’s 1st NFL sack was on Jim Harbaugh. Here it is.
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Ray Lewis’s 1st NFL sack was on Jim Harbaugh. Here it is.

Super Bowl XLVII will be the final game of Ray Lewis’s storied career.  To win it, he’ll have to go through Jim Harbaugh, and if he does, it won’t be the first time he’s taken … MORE ►

More from Steve Sabol’s Harbaugh Roundtable
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More from Steve Sabol’s Harbaugh Roundtable

If there’s one thing great coaches aren’t so skilled, it’s home repairs.  We were reminded of that by the excerpt from Steve Sabol’s 2009 roundtable with the  Harbaugh Family that we posted last week.

Today, … MORE ►

49ers Must Avoid More Miscues Like These
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49ers Must Avoid More Miscues Like These

If they want to hoist the Lombardi Trophy one week from today, Jim Harbaugh’s 49ers will need to avoid the kind of mistakes that helped cost them  their Thanksgiving, 2011 clash between San Francisco and … MORE ►

Three Harbaughs, a Hoosier and Steve Sabol Walked Into a Bar …
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Three Harbaughs, a Hoosier and Steve Sabol Walked Into a Bar …

Just kidding.  But they did all gather around a table back in 2009, when Steve hosted John and Jim Harbaugh, their father Jack, and their brother-in-law, Indiana men’s basketball coach Tom Crean, in a discussion … MORE ►

The Real Reason The Baltimore Ravens Are Going To The Super Bowl – ‘An Unknown Stat’ Hangs On For a Fourth Season
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The Real Reason The Baltimore Ravens Are Going To The Super Bowl – ‘An Unknown Stat’ Hangs On For a Fourth Season

There is an endless amount of NFL Films-caliber story lines in this year’s Super Bowl match-up between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens. Harbaugh vs. Harbaugh, Ray Lewis’ dramatic final game, Colin Kaepernick … MORE ►

Encore: The Pre-Game Sounds of Harbaugh Bowl I
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Encore: The Pre-Game Sounds of Harbaugh Bowl I

What was the on-field conversation between the Harbaugh Brothers before John’s Ravens hosted Jim’s 49ers on Thanksgiving, 2011?  Take a look back at the sights and sounds of pre-game at Harbaugh Bowl I, as originally … MORE ►

Encore: Sounds of Harbaugh Bowl I
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Encore: Sounds of Harbaugh Bowl I

On Thanksgiving, 2011, John and Jim Harbaugh were both mic’d up as they coached against each other in the NFL for the first time.  Here’s a look back at an excerpt of the special “all-audio” … MORE ►

Tom Brady leads Divisional Mic’d Up Lineup
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Tom Brady leads Divisional Mic’d Up Lineup

The Patriots Tom Brady was one of eight people we mic’d up on Divisional Weekend, when the 2012 NFL playoff field was narrowed to a final four.  Also wired for sound in the Texans/Patriots clash … MORE ►

‘NFL Films Presents’: Pennsauken Five
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‘NFL Films Presents’: Pennsauken Five

This season’s former TCIPF and “Inside the NFL” intern Domenick Candelieri, who currently works in the NFL Films’ vault as a Video Librarian, shares an interesting finding he recently encountered while on duty at his MORE ►

Films Encore – Packers vs. 49ers: 2012, Week 1
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Films Encore – Packers vs. 49ers: 2012, Week 1

On Kickoff Weekend, 2012, the 49ers scored a 30-22 win over the Packers in Green Bay.  The game featured replacement officials, Randy Moss’s triumphant return to the endzone, and a San Francisco starting quarterback named … MORE ►