Update 2: Never mind. The Dolphins have decided to stick with Tony Sparano according to ESPN.
According to 790 The Ticket in Miami, Jim Harbaugh is taking his talents to South Beach. Dan LeBatard first broke the story this afternoon when one of his go-to guys who is “never wrong” said that he could report Harbaugh to Miami.
The Dolphins will reportedly offer Harbaugh a contract worth between $7-8 million per year that Harbaugh will not turn down. Assuming this actually happens, can he still be rumored for every other coaching job? Also, Tony Sparano doesn’t know anything about this, so don’t say anything.
Update: Adam Schefter points out that the Dolphins haven’t gone through the motions of interviewing a minority candidate. If only Harbaugh was part Cherokee.
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