The jets plan to track down Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh at the end of the season, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.
Although Harbaugh said he had stayed in Michigan this month and had "big plans" The Wolverines, the Jets, said Florio, would probably offer Harbaugh a contract worth more than the seven million dollars he would earned annually in Michigan.
The jets started to Florio, about four A few weeks ago he hoped to interview him, provided they fired Todd Bowles at the end of the season.
Harbaugh, 55, was in Stanford 29-21 in four years before joining the NFL, where he became 44-19-1 with the 49ers. After being fired in 2014, he moved to Ann Arbor, where he set a 38-1
The Jets will probably fire Bowles after the season, his fourth with New York. Bowles has become 14-33 since winning 10 of his first 15 games as a Jets head coach. The jets are 4-11 this season in the last week of the season.
While Harbaugh may be one of the jets' coaches, they could also look to former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy, former Vikings offensive coordinator John DiFilippo, and several others.