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Saturday, 1 March 2014

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Coach Harbaugh has said that he has pigskin running through his veins.

SAN FRANCISCO - Word coming out of 49ersLand is that the team's General Manager Trent Baalke was hoping to trade Coach Jim Harbaugh to the Cleveand Browns.

He pointed out that he just got tired of having to argue with Jimmy about every little thing, including what flavor of Gatorade to have on the sidelines.

Baalke also explained to Coach Harbaugh that it was not his place to yell and scream at the 49ers cheerleaders that they needed to yell and scream louder or else he would personally kick their butts.

But Baalke said that the last straw came when the coach said that starting next season he wants his wife to sit on the 49ers bench.

And so Baalke decided to trade his disruptive coach. He talked to the Cleveland Browns organization who said that they would take Coach Harbaugh in return for $35,000 and a dozen footballs.

Baalke said that he wanted at least two Browns starters plus $400,000. The Browns organization told him that if they did trade for Harbaugh that they would immediately have to pay lots of money for his therapy sessions which he would most definitely need being the hot-tempered individual that he is.

SIDENOTE: Coach Harbaugh was asked to comment on the trade talk and his only remark was, "Baalke is all effed up. He's just mad because he's afflicted with erectile dysfunction."

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