It looks like quite a few people within the San Francisco 49ers organization are still grumbling over last season’s NFC Championship loss to the New York Giants. And one former Giant, running back Brandon Jacobs gets to hear all about it.
“Brandon Jacobs learned it was still a touchy subject soon after the ex-Giant signed with San Francisco in March. Jim Harbaugh pulled him aside one day to complain about the forward-progress call that wiped away an apparent fumble late in the game by Jacobs’ former teammate, Ahmad Bradshaw,” wrote Mathew Barrows of The Sacramento Bee.
“I don’t feel bad for you, coach,” Jacobs told Harbaugh, per the Bee. “That’s how I leave it, and I’ll go on with practice.”
49ers running back Frank Gore spoke out during a meeting regarding the overtime loss to the Giants.
“You could hear it in his voice,” Jacobs said. “The guy was angry. And I would have been angry, as well. No question about it.”
I wonder would happen if Jacobs happened to pull out his Super Bowl ring.