Who will the Detroit Lions hire to be their next head coach? Will it be the favorite, Robert Saleh? The offensive guru, Eric Bieniemy? What about current Michigan head coach, Jim Harbaugh? (STOP IT!)
That is just one of the big questions Lions' ownership will have to answer during their offseason.
One potential candidate who has not yet been mentioned (at least not my many) is Minnesota head coach, P.J. Fleck.
According to Tom Pelissero, he has been told that at least one NFL team wants to interview Fleck for their head coach opening.
A handful of college coaches are drawing interest for NFL head coaching jobs, and here’s an interesting one: Minnesota’s P.J. Fleck.
I’m told at least one team wants to interview Fleck, 40, who’s one of the only current FBS head coaches to both play and coach in the NFL.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) December 30, 2020
Fleck, who is 40, was successful at Western Michigan before getting poached by the Golden Gophers.
Nation, what would your initial reaction be if the Lions hired Fleck?
Row the Den?