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After making last year’s College Football Playoff and notching the program’s first win over the rival Ohio State Buckeyes in a decade, Jim Harbaugh tried to leave the Michigan Wolverines for the NFL, interviewing with multiple teams across the league before ultimately returning to Michigan after those opportunities didn’t materialize. He then reworked his contract and said he Read more... The post Football world reacts to shocking Jim Harbaugh NFL news appeared first on The Comeback: Today’s Top Sports Stories & Reactions.
San Francisco 49ers Coach Kyle Shanahan announced quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo suffered a season-ending foot injury that will require surgery. He will be out for the rest of the season.
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Bob Condotta (7-4) Seahawks 19, Rams 10: The Seahawks showed the last two weeks that maybe they have more work to do than their four-game winning streak indicated. Still, the Rams are a shell of the team that won the Super Bowl last year, and the Seahawks should be able to pull away late to win this one.
Jameson Williams spent most of Sunday standing patiently alongside Detroit Lions receivers coach Antwaan Randle El on the sideline waiting for a chance to enter the game. At one point in the fourth quarter, fans chanted, "We want Ja-mo." Williams, the No. 12 pick in April's NFL draft, played six snaps and did not catch a pass in Sunday's 40-14 blowout of the Jacksonville Jaguars, but still left coaches and teammates convinced of his future stardom after...