Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh, in addition to different members of his teaching workers, have been linked to a number of NFL groups this offseason, however for the previous San Francisco 49ers head coach, that’s a superb signal.
In January, Michigan confirmed that Harbaugh could be returning to Ann Arbor for his ninth season as head coach after studies linked him to a number of NFL groups, together with the Denver Broncos.
Recently, defensive coordinator Jesse Minter had been thought of by the Philadelphia Eagles for his or her defensive coordinator place.
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Harbaugh defined throughout a press convention final week that curiosity from the NFL is an effective reflection of their program.
“Like we’ve said, it’s an ongoing thing, something we treat as a really positive thing that NFL franchises, NFL teams have a lot of interest in all of our personnel – coaches, players, staff. And if somebody in our organization feels like that’s going to benefit them professionally and personally, then we say, ‘Have at it.’ We don’t hold anybody back.”
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He continued, “I mean calls come in. Calls come in, calls are taken – those conversations are had. There’s a few coaches on our staff that those calls came in [for], and they decided to stay here at Michigan. I’m one of them.”
“People do what they think is best for them professionally and personally.”
Harbaugh noticed a great deal of success within the NFL, teaching the 49ers from 2011 to 2014. He gained two NFC West titles and reached the NFC Championship Game thrice in 4 seasons.
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He was 44-19-1 throughout that span and helped the 49ers get to Super Bowl XLVII, the place they misplaced, 34-31, to the Baltimore Ravens.
In eight seasons as Michigan’s head coach, he compiled a 74-25 file. Michigan was 13-0 this previous season earlier than getting upset by TCU within the College Football Playoffs.