Jacobs' tweet says not to 'hate boss'
SAN FRANCISCO (AP)
Jacobs had terrible timing with the tweet Thursday afternoon, considering San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh was hospitalized for what the team called a ''minor procedure'' for an irregular heartbeat.
In the locker room soon after his post, Jacobs said people shouldn't ''assume'' his remarks were football-related, then followed up with more tweets - including one reading ''football is not my life.''
Jacobs, who dealt with a left knee injury early in the year, has been active only once all season but never played. He took the field for a play Oct. 18 against Seattle, then got called off.