John Harbaugh told David Letterman on Thursday that after Sunday's Super Bowl he congratulated his younger brother on a good game and told him he loved him.
And according to the Baltimore Ravens coach, that's the last time he spoke to his brother.
John Harbaugh went on “The Late Show with David Letterman" to discuss the family affair that was Super Bowl XLVII as well as what his plans are for the next few weeks.
And even though John and Jim have yet to speak about the big game, John said that when they do finally talk, he certainly won't try to cheer up his younger brother.
"There's no consolation, there's no way that you console your brother," Harbaugh told Letterman. "Anybody that has a brother knows that. You don't console your brother, it doesn't work."
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