Michigan Football Reportedly Hiring Longtime NFL Assistant Coach

first_imgGeneral view of Michigan Stadium during the Michigan Football Spring Game on April 1, 2016 at Michigan Stadium.ANN ARBOR, MI – APRIL 01: General view of Michigan Stadium during the Michigan Football Spring Game on April 1, 2016 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)Michigan’s football program is reportedly hiring a longtime NFL assistant coach, as Jim Harbaugh is adding to his staff. The former NFL assistant coach will reportedly be serving as an analyst/assistant coach.Pat Perles, a longtime NFL assistant coach, will reportedly be joining Harbaugh’s staff in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He’ll be serving as an analyst and an assistant offensive line coach.ESPN NFL insider Field Yates had the details:“Michigan is hiring Pat Perles as an analyst/assistant OL coach. A very well regarded longtime NFL coach/scout,” he reports.Michigan is hiring Pat Perles as an analyst/assistant OL coach. A very well regarded longtime NFL coach/scout.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) February 11, 2019Michigan’s coaching staff has had quite a bit of turnover this offseason, with a couple of coaches leaving for other jobs.Harbaugh has made some big hires, too, landing highly-regarded Alabama assistant coach Josh Gattis, who is taking over the offense for the Wolverines.Michigan is coming off a somewhat disappointing 2018 season. The Wolverines started the season with Big Ten championship and College Football Playoff hopes, but ended up finishing 10-3, losing to Ohio State in blowout fashion and to Florida in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.The Wolverines have yet to officially announce this coaching hire.Stay tuned.last_img

first_imgGeneral view of Michigan Stadium during the Michigan Football Spring Game on April 1, 2016 at Michigan Stadium.ANN ARBOR, MI – APRIL 01: General view of Michigan Stadium during the Michigan Football Spring Game on April 1, 2016 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)Michigan’s football program is reportedly hiring a longtime NFL assistant coach, as Jim Harbaugh is adding to his staff. The former NFL assistant coach will reportedly be serving as an analyst/assistant coach.Pat Perles, a longtime NFL assistant coach, will reportedly be joining Harbaugh’s staff in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He’ll be serving as an analyst and an assistant offensive line coach.ESPN NFL insider Field Yates had the details:“Michigan is hiring Pat Perles as an analyst/assistant OL coach. A very well regarded longtime NFL coach/scout,” he reports.Michigan is hiring Pat Perles as an analyst/assistant OL coach. A very well regarded longtime NFL coach/scout.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) February 11, 2019Michigan’s coaching staff has had quite a bit of turnover this offseason, with a couple of coaches leaving for other jobs.Harbaugh has made some big hires, too, landing highly-regarded Alabama assistant coach Josh Gattis, who is taking over the offense for the Wolverines.Michigan is coming off a somewhat disappointing 2018 season. The Wolverines started the season with Big Ten championship and College Football Playoff hopes, but ended up finishing 10-3, losing to Ohio State in blowout fashion and to Florida in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.The Wolverines have yet to officially announce this coaching hire.Stay tuned.last_img

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