REPORT: Browns Pep Hamilton could join Jim Harbaugh at Michigan

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Cleveland Browns Associate HC-Offense Pep Hamilton may be leaving the NFL to head to the University of Michigan.

Hamilton, who is 42-years-old, was the wide receivers coach at Stanford in 2010, while Jim Harbaugh was the head coach. He has coached in the NFL since 2013 where he began as offensive coordinator of the Indianapolis Colts. Hamilton joined the Browns in January of 2016 after being hired as the associate head coach/OC.

With passing game coordinator Jedd Fisch leaving the Wolverines to take over as offensive coordinator at UCLA, Harbaugh is not wasting any time searching for possible replacements.

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