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    The Chargers have hired Jim Harbaugh.

    Report- Jim Harbaugh getting five-year deal - NBC Sports

    When he signs his contract, he will sign a five-year deal, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Harbaugh, 60, chose to return to the NFL after winning a national championship with Michigan, leaving behind two unresolved NCAA investigations.

    Michigan was offering him a six-year contract extension worth $11.5 million annually, Angelique Chengelis of the Detroit News reports. It’s a good bet that Harbaugh got at least that much per season if not more.

    Harbaugh’s nine-year stay at Michigan was his longest at any of his stops as a head coach. He spent three seasons at the University of San Diego, four seasons at Stanford and four seasons with the 49ers.
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    Re: The Chargers have hired Jim Harbaugh.

    The beginning of the end for the Chiefs IMO.

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    Re: The Chargers have hired Jim Harbaugh.

    The Chargers introduced Jim Harbaugh as their new head coach at a Thursday press conference and his comments focused on winning the championships that have eluded the team under other management.

    There wasnít much talk about the moves the team will be making to get to that point, but there are some tough decisions looming. The Chargers are projected to be well over the cap come the start of the new league year and one of the paths to changing that is parting ways with veteran players who are carrying big cap numbers into the 2024 season.

    Wide receiver Keenan Allen is in that category. Allenís cap hit is more than $34 million for the 2024 season, but he said from the Pro Bowl this week that he does not expect to be playing for anyone other than the Chargers.



    Keenan Allen- I don't see myself going anywhere - NBC Sports


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