Jim Harbaugh’s doctor reminded him about a healthy diet and minimizing caffeine and sent him back to work after a minor procedure to correct an irregular heartbeat.
The San Francisco 49ers coach was back on the job Friday after missing a day. He pronounced himself 100 percent as his team prepares to host the Chicago Bears on Monday night at Candlestick Park.
“No limits," Harbaugh said, according to Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee. "Going about everything as normal."
Harbaugh experienced an irregular heartbeat on Wednesday and underwent a cardioversion procedure which restores the heart’s normal pace.
"It's like I've had that dream before many times where you're supposed to be taking a test, or the team's out there practicing and you're not out there," he said. "So just glad to be out here."
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