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This NFL Team Has 'Interest In Hiring' Jim Harbaugh: Report

The Los Angeles Chargers reportedly "have interest" in hiring University of Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh, sources with knowledge of the situation confirmed to Bleacher Report NFL Insider Jordan Schultz on Wednesday (December 20).

"The #Chargers have interest in Michigan HC Jim Harbaugh, per sources. It’s unclear if the feeling is mutual, as Harbaugh gets set to coach the Wolverines in their third consecutive College Football Playoff appearance," Schultz wrote on his X account.

Harbaugh, 59, is 12 days away from coaching the undefeated Wolverines in the College Football Playoff semifinal for the second consecutive year during a controversial 2023 season.

The University of Michigan agreed to the Big Ten Conference's three-game suspension of Harbaugh for the final three games of the regular season amid allegations of a sign-stealing scheme. The Big Ten did, however, specify that it had no evidence of Harbaugh being aware of fired former staffer Connor Stalion's sign-stealing scheme.

Last week, the Chargers fired head coach Brandon Staley and general manager Tom Telesco hours after their 63-21 'Thursday Night Football' loss to the Las Vegas Raiders. Staley, 41, went 24-24 in three seasons with the Chargers, his only head coaching gig, having previously worked as the Los Angeles Rams' defensive coordinator in 2020 and as an outside linebackers coach for the Chicago Bears in 2017 and 2018 and Denver Broncos in 2019.

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