January 10, 2011 by staff
Jerry Richardson said he had not targeted Harbaugh, but it would certainly consider him to replace John Fox.
“I’d be happy to talk to him. I did not think to talk to him about a head coach,” said Richardson.
Richardson said he wanted to hire a coach who could build the Panthers into a team that could put together consecutive seasons of winning, WCNC-TV in Charlotte, NC, reported.
ESPN.com said the Panthers’ strategy so far has been talking to a top NFL assistant on the job.
Harbaugh, one of the hottest college prospects for work in the NFL, the mentor Andrew Luck, the quarterback from Stanford, who should be among the top picks in the draft. Carolina holds the No. 1 selection.
Richardson did not reach the tip of South Carolina know that the team will have in the project.
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