Jim Harbaugh Emerging As 'Hot Candidate' For NFL Coaching Jobs

Could Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh be leaving Ann Arbor?
According to a report from Jay Glazer of FOX Sports on “FOX NFL Sunday,” teams in the NFL are viewing the Wolverines head coach as a “hot candidate” with belief he could be willing to leave the college ranks.
The news comes after Harbaugh fell to 0-3 against the rival Ohio State Buckeyes.
Of course, despite the fact that teams are interested in Harbaugh, Glazer noted it would take a lot for teams to get the head coach to bail on his alma mater.
Last week, reports emerged that the Wolverines were working on a “lifetime contract” with Harbaugh, but the head coach responded by saying that those headlines were nothing more than “fake news.”
During his previous stint in the NFL, Harbaugh had incredible success with the San Francisco 49ers.
Harbaugh holds an overall record of 49-22-1 as a head coach in the NFL, leading the 49ers to three NFC Championship appearances and a Super Bowl appearance with Colin Kaepernick at the helm.

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