They may have shared a stage prior to the Super Bowl, but that does not mean brothers John and Jim Harbaugh are celebrating the Ravens' win together. Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh says that he and his brother Jim, head coach for the 49ers, have not spoken since the Super Bowl, according to a Feb. 8 CBS Sports report.
Earlier this week on the “Late Show with David Letterman,” the winning Ravens team leader revealed that he and his brother had a brief moment after the Super Bowl. “I told him I loved him, you know, good game, and he said ‘congratulations,’ you know, 'I'm proud of you,’” John Harbaugh said of the brothers’ post-game communication.
And then he gave viewers an insight into the brothers’ relationship post-Super Bowl Sunday. Letter asked whether John had spoken to his brother since then, and he replied that he had not. “I have not,” Harbaugh said. “We have not had a conversation since. We will -- soon.” He had no specific time in mind, however. “I'm hoping, you know, sometime soon.”
Giving a slight glimpse into what his brother Jim must be dealing with after the Jim’s team lost to John’s team on national television, John said, “There's no way that you console your brother. Anybody that has a brother knows that. You don't console your brother, it doesn't work.”
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