Jim Harbaugh Reportedly Interested In Leaving Michigan For Chicago Bears Job

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According to a report, the Michigan Wolverines are under the assumption that Jim Harbaugh would leave the program for the Raiders job

Would Jim Harbaugh leave Ann Arbor to become the next coach of the Chicago Bears?

While Matt Nagy has still not been fired in Chicago, it’s a foregone conclusion that Sunday’s game in Minnesota will be his last. And the question now become: who will replace him?

A big name that has emerged is Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh – who has been reportedly keeping his NFL options open for next season.

While the Raiders are another team who has been linked to Jim Harbaugh, Bruce Feldman went on “The Rich Eisen Show” to share his belief that Harbaugh is intrigued by the likely Bears opening.


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Jim Harbaugh was a member of the Chicago bears from 1987-93, and the Bears were reportedly interested in him last season before eventually sticking with Nagy for one more year.

After getting embarrassed in the College Football Playoffs, it may be hitting home with Harbaugh that he’s reached the mountaintop for what’s possible at Michigan given the current recruiting climate in college football.

Will he take on the job of mentoring Justin Fields in Chicago for the long haul?


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