"In all fairness, it's probably unprecedented what he has had to face [with] that kind of an injury," Harbaugh said of Kindle, who missed the 2010 season with a fractured skull. "He's really unusual. Like our doctors tell us all the time, we're treading in unknown territory. But, he's made great progress. The year of practice really helped him. He's going to get every opportunity, and we're going to coach him like crazy, and we're going to make it our mission to get him on the field and get him playing, because he has talent and he wants to do well."