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John Harbaugh's attempted chest bump with James Ihedigbo fails

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During Baltimore's 26-23 win over Miami, Harbaugh went to chest bump James Ihedigbo after an interception (later overturned). It failed.

John Harbaugh cannot believe James Ihedigbo did not want to chest bump him last Sunday.
John Harbaugh cannot believe James Ihedigbo did not want to chest bump him last Sunday.
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John Harbaugh's had plenty of fantastic moments on the field as the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens.

This was not one of them.

During Baltimore's 26-23 win over Miami, strong safety James Ihedigbo looked to have had an impressive interception along the sideline. Ryan Tannehill thought he had his receiver deep down the right sideline and lofted a pass with, perhaps, a little too much air under it.

Ihedigbo covered ground and came down the pass. Replay later overturned the interception.

But in that moment, Harbaugh wanted to share in Ihedigbo's excitement. By watching the four-second video below, you can see Harbaugh running over to celebrate by chest bumping his safety. Ihedigbo doesn't appear to see him.

At first, it seems Harbaugh is jumping for joy. Upon closer inspection, it's clear that he was left hanging, quite literally in this instance.

Poor Harbaugh. I'm sure he doesn't mind though.

Here's the clip:

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