January 26, 2013
Trio of Super Bowl coaches, including both Harbaughs, started in football together as coaches' kids
By JOHN KRYK, QMI Agency

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh (L) talks with his brother Jim Harbaugh (C), head coach of the San Francisco 49ers, and their dad, Jack, on the field before the Ravens' NFL football game against the 49ers in Baltimore, Maryland November 24, 2011. The game marked the first time in NFL history that two brothers faced each other as head coaches of opposing teams. (REUTERS)

Two old football coaches, by chance, sometimes meet up at Baltimore Ravens training camp.

Jack Harbaugh and Gary Moeller.

Brothers-in-arms of gridiron battles past, now retired. Hair, greyer. Legs, gimpier. Voices, a tinge raspier. But still possessing the same fire for life, the same passion for a kid’s game.

“I really enjoy it when I go down to training camp and Jack’s there, and we can kick back and tell stories,” Moeller said this week over the phone while visiting Lima, Ohio. “Jack’s a great storyteller. And he can go on and on and on. We have a great time, reminiscing.”



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