'Jim Harbaugh Collection' tops April Fools' rundown


It's April Fools' Day, which means the Internet is a bigger liar than it usually is.

We'll keep an eye out for the best fact-challenged NFL content out there today. The early leader in the clubhouse comes via the San Francisco 49ers' website, which is touting the launch of the "Jim Harbaugh Collection," a clothing line that carries black fleeces, khaki pants and black caps.

As you can see in the image above (courtesy of the 49ers), it's so ridiculous that it almost manages to circle back to being believable. Almost.

"I probably save about 20 minutes per day," Harbaugh said about his morning dress-up routine. "I've cut down a lot of drag."

Some other fake stuff out there today, all with a minimal amount of drag ...

» Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, ever in competition with the 49ers, tweeted about quarterback visits from some well-seasoned vets:

» Free-agent linebacker Nick Barnett tweeted that he'd re-upped with the Buffalo Bills. Fred Jackson got excited. Burnett then revealed the Bills haven't asked him back. On balance, it was kind of sad.

» Baltimore Beatdown, SB Nation's aggressively monikered Ravens blog, reported that Terrell Owens had been signed to replace Anquan Boldin. And thus concludes T.O. coverage on NFL-related websites in 2013.

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» The Jacksonville Jaguars are on the clock now that the Kansas City Chiefs have decided on Leon Sandcastle as the first overall pick in next month's draft. The source there is so unimpeachable that we don't have to name it. Just accept it as fact and move on.

» Finally, the Arizona Cardinals are in trade talks to bring in Carson Palmer as their new quarterback. Wait ... you're saying this is real? Dear God, no.

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