Jim Harbaugh is also playing NFL coaching duties … or is he? New to Michigan in its first edition of the College Soccer Playoff, rumor with Harbaugh, who went to the Super Bowl while coaching the 49ers from 2011-2014, he wants to return to the official game.
Many of them were connected to one group, the Shooters. But the team, which Jon Gruden retired this season, was first affected by Saturday’s card game in Cincinnati under former boss Rich Bisaccia.
Now that Harbaugh’s name has started to re-emerge in his brother’s team, other teams looking for new coaches to follow “Black Monday” should consider whether they can win him over. Here is a list of openings that will allow Harbaugh to continue his success after being attracted to his alma mater:
Putting Jim Harbaugh’s NFL fit in 2022
1. Chicago Bears
Surprisingly, the 49ers are a team that has used two former professional players, Harbaugh and Mike Singletary. The Bears, who sacked Matt Nagy, must do what they can to get Harbaugh back to his first NFL home title, a license that signed him to become the first quarterback in 1987. Bringing Michigan back to the fold is one thing, but finding the Bears’ glorious days and pushing them back crossing the Packers is another thing.
Harbaugh could do wonders for second-year QB Justin Fields, which could come with a former Ohio State bonus to be a double NFL threat under his watch. Harbaugh eventually eliminated the Buckeyes and could feel he could leave Michigan in a good position.
2. Denver Broncos
The Broncos do not have a reliable start to the franchise quarterback for second-year GM George Paton, but that should be part of Harbaugh’s bid. Denver just fired former San Francisco security chief Vic Fangio. There are powerful weapons of destruction (Javonte Williams, Jerry Jeudy, Courtland Sutton, Noah Fant, Tim Patrick) and a solid line in place and the Broncos have excelled in their quick rebuilding. The Broncos could be the most recent team that could be “one of the top QB” to not win much, like the Buccaneers who finished 2019 before defeating Tom Brady. John Elway should be ready to make Mile High give his teammates 80s and 90s passing playoffs unquestionable.
3. New York Giants
The Giants played a jury with the killers on Joe Judge two seasons later. This adds an extra dimension to Harbaugh, with Daniel Jones, Saquon Barkley, a good defense and a big coming city. Expect the promotion of bad lines soon. They are not good for Habaugh now, but they can be fast. New York has a marquee and another major market like Chicago that Harbaugh can handle well because he went through all the hardships in Michigan before that. John Mara and Steve Tisch would be crazy not to call him a couple of times.
4. Jacksonville Jaguars
What? Harbaugh following Urban Meyer flop? On the other hand, Harbaugh eventually ended Meyer’s old program in college and should be interested in showing why he is superior to teaching at pro level than his former enemy who hated him. On the other hand, there is no way he is working again with general manager Trent Baalke. Unless the Jags agree to replace Baalke with anyone Harbaugh would say he wants, there is no chance that Shad Khan will consider going to college. Too bad, because Harbaugh featuring Trevor Lawrence would be fun to watch.
5. Miami Dolphins
So let’s get this straight: Owners Stephen Ross, a Michigan legend like Harbaugh, would like Harbaugh to train their alma mater so that his Wolverine Saturday can still be fun instead of wanting to win more on the Dolphins on Sunday with Harbaugh? And had no one at Harbaugh’s level in mind when he fired Brian Flores recently? With the exception of the Michigan connection and the interest in working with Tua Tagovailoa, there is no reason to be part of the Miami chaos.
6. Minnesota Vikings
Will Harbaugh be in the new man at the Minnesota Vikings? No. It won’t look “good as hell” to leave Ann Arbor for the Twin Cities, when they will receive former Michigan State QB Kirk Cousins, who will not be long on the franchise, with security for major renovations. removing Mike Zimmer. In addition, Minnesota ownership was also much faster than Rick Spielman, one of the GM’s most talented players in the league. Harbaugh is not getting the help he needs. It is better to beat the other Minnesota because of Brown’s small jug.
7. Las Vegas Raiders
Jackpot, son? Although the team will already be throwing in the 80s with the sign of “The NFL Today” Brent Musburger calling for his game in Las Vegas, let’s expect Harbaugh is “not looking for a life” in taking the Raiders job to replace another top manager, Jon Gruden. Can Harbaugh leave Michigan … to work with Derek Carr? And keep trying to make Patrick Mahomes, Justin Herbert and Broncos franchise QB live for the next few years? Heck no. Las Vegas is not the best place for AFC West in Harbaugh (see Denver above). The only reason to do so is if Harbaugh wants to move to the desert at the age of 60.