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Barring a collapse from the likes of the Detroit Lions, Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys, it's unlikely the San Francisco 49ers will be able to make the playoffs unless if they can win out the rest of the season.

A lot of pressure is on head coach Jim Harbaugh, but all signs point to him being fired no matter what the outcome is for the team this season.

CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora via Gridiron Grit reported on Sunday morning that Harbaugh is “all but certain to be coaching elsewhere next season.”

With that said, sources say teams like the Oakland Raiders will be interested. The New York Jets are also a dark horse since they are more than likely to fire Rex Ryan.

From ESPN's Adam Schefter:


La Canfora also adds this:

With a year left on his deal, the 49ers are expected to seek draft pick compensation in a trade of Harbaugh should he go the NFL route, while several colleges will approach him as well, most notably Michigan, where he played and has strong ties.

There have been several reports throughout the season of Harbaugh going back to the college football field and going to Michigan. However, the Raiders also could make sense.

Harbaugh has done well developing quarterbacks like Alex Smith and now Colin Kaepernick. Who's to say he can't do the same with Derek Carr on a young, up-and-coming squad like the Raiders?

Harbaugh and Oakland makes sense, but we'll have to make sure if or when he's officially done in San Fran first.


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