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Harbaugh expects to get fined for brother's sideline behavior

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By Eric Edholm

Anyone who watched Monday Night Football surely saw the several shots of the Harbaugh family on the Baltimore sideline, with John's brother Jim, the Stanford coach, currently the talk of the week. Namely: Will he or won't he interview for the Notre Dame job?

Whether or not he does, Jim might have to cut his older brother a check. Maybe Dad, who also was at the game, can chip in.

It appears that John is expecting to get handed a little fine from the NFL for Jim's argument with officials late in the Ravens' loss to the Packers.

The NFL can't fine a college coach (even if he did take the ND job), so that's why John would get the certified letter from NFL headquarters.

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