Michigan’s offensive coaching staff is still in flux.
Pep Hamilton, the pass-game coordinator and assistant head coach this past season, could be returning to the NFL. Hamilton was with the Browns before joining Jim Harbaugh’s staff at Michigan before the 2017 season.
Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports shared some potentially interesting news regarding Hamilton on Tuesday afternoon via Twitter when he posted: “Don’t be shocked if Jon Gruden & the Raiders try & hire Michigan’s Pep Hamilton for his offensive staff.”
Also, Scott Turner, an offensive analyst this past season at Michigan, will join the Panthers staff, ESPN’s David Newton, who covers the Carolina Panthers, reported Tuesday. Norv Turner, Scott Turner’s father, is expected to be the offensive coordinator. A Michigan source, who wished to remain anonymous because the move has not been made official, confirmed Turner’s departure to The Detroit News.
If Hamilton leaves Michigan, that could open the door for recently hired Dan Enos to take on a coordinator’s title. He is listed as a wide receivers/assistant coach in his contract obtained Tuesday by The Detroit News through a Freedom of Information Act request. He currently stands to make $150,000 this year, but should “coordinator” be added to his title, Enos will make $750,000, according to the contract.