Because the NFL’s coaching carousel continues to flip, the Vikings will reportedly interview Jim Harbaugh for their vacant head coach place, according to the NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. The interview will happen on Wednesday, which is similar day as faculty soccer’s Nationwide Signing Day.
Harbaugh is considered one of at the least three coaches still in the mix for the Minnesota emptiness, becoming a member of Rams offensive coordinator Kevin O’Connell and 49ers defensive coordinator DeMeco Ryans, per Pelissero.
The 58-year-old Michigan coach is coming off his finest season with the Wolverines, guiding them to a Huge Ten championship and Faculty Soccer Playoff berth. He went 44–19–1 with the 49ers in his lone stint as an NFL head coach from 2011 to ’14, main the crew to the postseason in every of his first three seasons, together with a Tremendous Bowl XLVII berth. Harbaugh is 61–24 throughout seven seasons at Michigan.
The Vikings fired former coach Mike Zimmer on Jan. 10 after eight seasons with the franchise. Zimmer went 72–65–1 with Minnesota, although the Vikings have completed beneath .500 in every of the final two seasons.
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