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49ers' Coach Back in a Heartbeat

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The worst part about having an irregular heartbeat: missing football practice.

At least it sounds as though that was the most excruciating part for Jim Harbaugh, who was at work Friday, a day after undergoing a minor heart procedure.

Harbaugh, who had an electrical cardioversion performed late Thursday morning at Stanford Hospital, was back at the 49ers' facility a few hours later to observe the final half of his team's practice. He then caught up at home Thursday night on game-planning for Monday's game against the Bears.

 

 

 

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