Jim Harbaugh NFL rumors continue to percolate, and after the Minnesota Vikings reportedly interviewed the Michigan coach, another franchise has emerged with interest.

Harbaugh earlier this offseason was connected through multiple reports to the Las Vegas Raiders job, but now he’s being mentioned for the Vikings, and also the Miami Dolphins, according to Armando Salguero of Outkick.

“Had plugged in (former) Dolphins employee who retains connections to the team tell me last nite he expects Steve Ross will do what he can to hire Jim Harbaugh if the Michigan coach is indeed considering leaving Michigan for NFL. We’ll see,” he reported.

In 7 seasons with the Wolverines, Harbaugh is 61-24. He finally beat Ohio State in 2021 and went on to capture the Big Ten championship. That special season came following an offseason where he took a pay cut, and re-tooled his coaching staff, most notably by hiring Baltimore Ravens assistant Mike Macdonald, who has since returned to the Ravens in recent days, according to reports.

Harbaugh still holds a strong reputation as an NFL head coach.

Harbaugh spent 4 years as the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers. He went 44-19-1, and he holds the fifth-best winning percentage in NFL history, ahead of any active coach in the league. Harbaugh led San Francisco to an appearance in Super XLVII, but was fired after going 8-8 in 2014, ESPN noted.