2. John Harbaugh
Both Harbaugh’s figure to be in the conversation to be the next Browns’ coach.
Jim Harbaugh hasn’t been able to duplicate the success he had with Stanford at the University of Michigan. Perhaps he takes the opportunity to jump back into the NFL. He still has unfinished business, losing the Super Bowl to the Baltimore Ravens, which were of course coached by his brother, John Harbaugh.
And speaking of Harbaugh, he may very well be available.
The 2018 campaign marks Ozzie Newsome‘s last go-round with the Ravens. A succession plan is in place, but perhaps this critical time in franchise history frees up Baltimore’s front office the chance to start anew concerning the head coaching job.
Ever since winning the Super Bowl XLVII, Baltimore’s record has been rather mediocre and Joe Flacco‘s career has plateaued.
Harbaugh has Ohio ties, has won the big game and knows the division.
The biggest question he’ll have to answer if how he’ll develop Baker Mayfield, especially considering Flacco’s rather pedestrian play over the past four years.
Harbaugh has a 95-66 NFL coaching record.