Jim Harbaugh | Wiki | Net Worth $15 Million – Salary $5 Million
Birthday: December 23, 1963
Birthplace: Toledo, Ohio
Wife: Sarah Harbaugh
Children: Six Kids, Jay, James, Grace, Addison, Katherine and Jack
Brother: John Harbaugh Head Coach of Baltimore Ravens
Jim Harbaugh Career History
- Oakland Raiders: Assistant Coach 2002 to 2003.
- University of San Diego: In 2004 he was named the head coach. In his second year he lead the team to their best season ever only losing one game and mimicked the same success the following year. He became the only coach to win two consecutive Pioneer League Titles.
- Stanford University: December 2006 following Walt Harris. He guided the Cardinals to their first Bowl appearance at the Sun Bowl in 2009 since 2001. During the teams 2011 season they only suffered one lost from Oregon State making it their most successful year ever. He won the Woody Hayes Coach of the Year Award.
- New York Jets: Harbaugh was interviewed for a position as head coach in 2009.
- San Francisco 49ers: January 7 2011 – Present. 5 Year $25 Million contract in 2011 after winning the Orange Bowl. He turned down an offer from the Miami Dolphins. He succeeds Mike Singletary after he was fired. Jim Tomsula stepped in for one game as an interim coach before Harbaugh officially claimed the position.
Jim Harbaugh NFL Career As Football Player
Jim Harbaugh was a first round draft pick to the Chicago Bears in 1987. After two years playing with the team he won a starting position. In 1994 he started playing for the Indianapolis Colts. His first season with the Colts he experienced overwhelming success with the team. He took them to the AFC Championships and lost due to one dropped Hail Mary. He was voted to the Pro Bowl, and named Comeback Player of the year and AFC Player of the Year. In 1997 he traded to the Baltimore Ravens which is where is brother John coaches. In 1999 he played for the Chargers and led them to a 8-8 record. He continued to play until ending his career as an athlete in 2001. During his career he was NCAA certified unpaid assistant coach.