Jim Harbaugh won't say whether he has spoken to San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York since the owner took to Twitter on Thursday night about a performance that "wasn't acceptable," or if they have even discussed his coaching future with the franchise.

Harbaugh declined to acknowledge whether he even wants to return in 2015 for the final year of his $25 million, five-year contract, saying, "What I want is to attack this week and get it right."

San Francisco (7-5) is back to work, four days after a humiliating 19-3 loss to the Seahawks that put the Niners' playoff hopes in serious jeopardy. Next up is the one-win Raiders (1-11) in Oakland on Sunday.


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