The Miami Dolphins hadn’t even fired Brian Flores but when speak of the group hiring Jim Harbaugh started to catch fireplace.
In line with GM Stephen Ross, the Dolphins will not be seeking to tear the veteran coach away from his submit at Michigan.
“I am not going to be the one who takes Jim Harbaugh away from the College of Michigan,” Ross said in a information convention on Monday.
Hypothesis that Harbaugh might take over the Dolphins’ teaching job did not come utterly out of left discipline given Ross is a Michigan alumnus and linked to the notorious coach.
Then once more, the Harbaugh rumors do not die with the Dolphins as there are a number of groups with teaching vacancies that Harbaugh might doubtlessly fill. With the Bears, Vikings and Broncos relieving coaches this week and the Jaguars and Raiders ending their common seasons underneath interim coaches, there isn’t a scarcity of locations for Harbaugh to go if he decides to return to the NFL.
Harbaugh, 58, had a profitable run in his four-year NFL teaching profession, registering a 44-19-1 file with the San Francisco 49ers. He has a 61-24 teaching file over seven seasons at Michigan, though he has not been as profitable in bowl video games, and his Wolverines are coming off of a 34-11 Orange Bowl loss to the Georgia Bulldogs. The bowl recreation losses, nonetheless, clearly have not deterred NFL groups from desirous to carry him again to the skilled stage.
As for Flores, the now-former Dolphins coach is predicted to garner curiosity from different groups seeking to fill head teaching positions. Flores launched a press release Monday following his dismissal from the Dolphins.