The 30 greatest players turned coaches

[post_page_title]Jim Harbaugh[/post_page_title]
In 1987, the Chicago Bears drafted quarterback Jim Harbaugh in the first round. He played seven seasons in Chicago, another four in Indianapolis, two in San Diego and a single season in Baltimore, scoring 129 touchdowns and throwing for more than 26,200 yards. Harbaugh began his coaching career in Western Kentucky, and it skyrocketed from there, moving back and forth between the NCAA and NFL. After just four seasons in San Francisco, Harbaugh opted to return to the NCAA to coach the University of Michigan football team.
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