3 next moves Bears need to make after firing Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace

Justin Fields, Chicago Bears. (Mandatory Credit: Jon Durr-USA TODAY Sports)
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Jim Harbaugh, Michigan Wolverines
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The Bears need to bring Jim Harbaugh home to Chicago.

Rumors are swirling that former NFL quarterback and head coach Jim Harbaugh would consider leaving his post at the University of Michigan to return to coaching in the NFL. The two rumored destinations are the Las Vegas Raiders due to his relationship with the Davis family and the Chicago Bears due to his relationship with the McCaskey family. Not to mention, Harbaugh was the first-round pick of the Bears in the 1987 NFL draft. He was in Chicago for seven of his fourteen years in the league.

His coaching accolades in the NFL are what peaks interest of Bears fans. Harbaugh coached for four years in San Francisco, leading them to three NFC Championship games and one Super Bowl, where he lost to his brother John and his Baltimore Ravens. It’s an incredible resume. But if you’re a Bears fan, here’s another fun stat — he is 4-0 against the Green Bay Packers.

Harbaugh left the 49ers in 2015 for the opportunity of a homecoming with his alma mater, the University of Michigan. He’s been there ever since and finally beat rival Ohio State for the first time this past year while leading the Wolverines to the College Football Playoff. Would he consider a second homecoming to the team that drafted him in need of a leader?

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