Jim Harbaugh isn’t revealing his hand.

As the days go on and reports continue to circulate that multiple NFL teams have expressed interest in the Michigan head coach, it appears that there’s a very realistic chance Harbaugh jumps back into the pro ranks. Most recently, jobs with the Minnesota Vikings and Miami Dolphins are among consideration.

Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press reported on Tuesday that he had a brief conversation with Harbaugh about his interest in the Vikings job. The Michigan head coach and former leader of the San Francisco 49ers didn’t reveal much.

“I’m not confirming anything or denying anything,” Harbaugh said. “Please don’t be offended.”

Harbaugh just completed his seventh season at Michigan, and his most successful one. The Wolverines finished with a 12-2 record, a B1G title and a trip to the College Football Playoff.

The Wolverines also defeated Ohio State for the first time of the Harbaugh era.

Harbaugh is reportedly scheduled to meet with the Vikings on Wednesday about the job. A decision should be coming soon.