Report: Ravens' Harbaugh not interested in Michigan job
John Harbaugh reportedly would have no interest in coaching Michigan, should the opportunity arise.
The Baltimore Ravens' head coach has not commented publicly on the Michigan situation, but would not be interested in the Wolverines, a source told the Baltimore Sun.
"The source said there are multiple reasons why John Harbaugh wouldn't be inclined to go after the job beyond his friendship and loyalty to (Brady) Hoke," writes Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun. "A big reason is that Harbaugh is content as coach of the Ravens."
Harbaugh went to Ann Arbor Pioneer High and his brother, San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, played quarterback at Michigan. Their father, Jack Harbaugh, was an assistant coach at Michigan under Bo Schembechler.
Harbaugh signed a four-year contract extension before the 2013 season for an average of $6.5 million annually, the Baltimore Sun reported.