It appears Charles Woodson cares more about the future of his alma mater than he does his current employer. Woodson told Rich Eisen of NFL Network, that he’d prefer Jim Harbaugh forgo the Raiders job, and return to Ann Arbor.
“If the choices were out there, it would definitely be Michigan. As a guy that played there, the fans would love it, it would be great for recruiting and just to have a guy that’s proven — he’s won everywhere he’s been as a coach,” said Woodson. “If he went to Michigan, I’d say, yeah, and go blue.
Woodson said he hopes they can get the program back on track like it was when the team was winning national championships.
“It seems like the last couple of years, for whatever reason, we haven’t been able to get it done. Once Lloyd Carr was gone, things have been in disarray and we just haven’t had the steadiness we had when Coach Carr was around,” the former Michigan star said. “Things have been up and down. However this process goes, I just hope we can find the right person to come in there.”