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John Harbaugh 'shocked' that Steelers and Bengals players are 'good people'

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The Ravens coach joked during his stint as a coach at the Pro Bowl the players he's been around from the Steelers and Bengals are not as bad as he may have previously thought.

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Ravens coach John Harbaugh, the head coach of Team Carter at the Pro Bowl in Arizona, had a bit of a surprise.

Not only is his team comprised of all three Steelers players participating in the Pro Bowl, he actually thinks they may not be all that bad of people.

"I’ve been hanging out with the Bengals and Steelers players over here and they seem like good people … I’m shocked."

Yeah, we're not buying it, Coach. You hate them. Just admit it. It's much more fun that way.

Antonio Brown is the captain of Team Carter, who selected Lawrence Timmons and Maurkice Pouncey in putting their team together. J.J. Watt is the other captain, going against Team Irvin, that's captained by Dallas's DeMarco Murray and Cleveland's Joe Haden.

There's Harbaugh's real target; the Browns and the Cowboys. Maybe he can comment on his hate for both of those franchises and all associated with them.

The Pro Bowl is scheduled to be played at 6 p.m. ET Sunday from University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.