If it was up to Anquan Boldin, Jim Harbaugh wouldn’t be going anywhere.
“Nah,” said the veteran wide receiver when asked if he understood the “mutual” parting of ways between the head coach and the San Francisco 49ers.
“If it was my decision, he’d be here,” said Boldin just moments after the team released joint statements from CEO Jed York and Harbaugh, explaining that the head coach’s four-year tenure had come to an end.
In his statement, York wrote: “It is in our mutual best interest to move in different directions.”
Harbaugh also offered his thoughts on the decision:
“For the last four season I have had the great privilege to coach one of the storied franchises in the history of football. We accomplished many great thing together as a team during that period, which is a tribute to the incredible efforts of some of the most dedicated players and coaches in the NFL. I will miss competing alongside this group of players and coaches. I have the utmost respect and admiration for their hard work and support. It has been my honor to share the sideline with these mighty men.”
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