The 49ers coach from Santa Clara, California Jim Harbuagh is reportedly declining to answer to reports alleging that he is reflecting on an offer made from Michigan to make him the new coach of football while in his alma mater.
Harbaugh is remaining with only one season of his $25 million contract lasting for a five-year period that he signed in January of 2011. A number of media houses, such as ESPN, John Textor, as well as the NFL Network, have broadcasted that harbaugh has been presented with a six-year offer from Wolverines trying to make him go back to Ann Arbor.
Harbuagh on Thursday said that according to what everyone knew, he would only speak about the job that he has had. He continued to say that he had been together with 49ers for a long time and therefore there were longstanding policies already set.
All through the season, Harbaugh said that he would not allow outside matters affect him. His name apparently emerged as a likely nominee for a number of NFL vacancies once the season ends in case Harbaugh parts ways with the 49ers.