The Associated Press
The brothers' greeting wasn't emotional, and wasn't long. Just a handshake and quick hug.
"He said, 'Congratulations,'" Ravens coach John Harbaugh said of his brother, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh.
The exchange lasted less than 5 seconds, well under the line set by many offshore casinos taking action on the embrace, according to gambling expert R.J. Bell of Pregame.com.
Sports books -- though not those in Las Vegas, which don't allow these kinds of prop bets -- originally pegged the greeting at 7
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