Jim Harbaugh, a former Michigan governor, is apparently ready to leave for the NFL

Jim Harbaugh, Michigan’s football head coach is reportedly making efforts to get his staff prepared for a job in the NFL.

The NFL regular season is over. This means that the coaching carousel will begin.

Michigan football has been bracing themselves for the whirlwind. There are reports that Jim Harbaugh, head coach, and a possible return from the pros have been reported.

Jay Glazer also reported on Sunday that Harbaugh is preparing for a change of job. He made calls to gauge interest from assistant coaches interested in joining him.

Jay Glazer reported that Jim Harbaugh has begun to look into potential NFL staffers

Harbaugh is surrounded by smoke, and so it’s impossible to fabricate interest in either Harbaugh or the NFL.

Harbaugh’s ultimate goal is still a mystery. He’s never been closer to competing for a national championship than he is right now at Michigan.

Harbaugh was also a Super Bowl head coach for the NFL. There could be a strong pull to prove himself again. He is more Nick Saban-like, or does he feel that college football is his home? Is he more Pete Carroll-like, who is driven to get back in the NFL for Super Bowl glory?

He is a great choice for teams looking to hire a head coach. He was 44-19 and played with the 49ers for four years.

The Wolverines can only offer him what they can and hope that whatever interest from the NFL doesn’t stick, or for him to spurn the pros.

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