According to Jesse Taylor, who writes for Warriorsworld and other sites, the 49ers museum no longer contains a certain homage to one of the team’s former head coaches.
Niners museum has literally covered up the Harbaugh era. This was once a Harbaugh plaque. pic.twitter.com/kLcK5Pxt2H
— Jesse Taylor (@JesseTaylor74) March 2, 2015
Here’s what used to sit in that space:
Taylor sent me a photo of a new display that he said went up in its place:
Perhaps the museum is planning on moving Harbaugh’s outfit to another location, since he’s not a part of the “current day” 49ers. After all, they made room for a suit and tie worn by Mike Nolan. So classy!
So this could be a story about nothing, or maybe the 49ers are so annoyed with Harbaugh that Jed York or someone else demanded that all traces of his trademark outfit be removed from the museum at Levi’s Stadium. Because as we’ve learned in recent weeks, passive aggressive behavior (whether found in a museum or on Twitter) is nothing new when it comes to Harbaugh and the 49ers.
Only the 1st days of spring practice could keep me from attending the DeBartolo Family Gala Thanks for the invite Eddie! Have a great night!
— Coach Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) February 28, 2015
So Jed York is in Cuba on the night of the DeBartolo Family Foundation gala. And Eddie D invited @CoachJim4UM, who couldn’t go. Hmm.
— Tim Kawakami (@timkawakami) March 1, 2015