Pep Hamilton is leaving Michigan to pursue other opportunities, according to a report from Sam Webb of 247Sports.

Tuesday afternoon, Webb reported that Hamilton is leaving Ann Arbor after completing two years of a four-year contract that he signed in 2017. During his two seasons, Hamilton held roles as the passing game coordinator, quarterbacks coach and assistant head coach.

Hamilton’s four-year deal was worth $4.25 million and terms of his buyout are currently unknown.

Hamilton’s arrival in Ann Arbor marked the second time he’s been on Jim Harbaugh’s staff, also coaching wide receivers at Stanford in 2010. It was not mentioned in Webb’s report whether Hamilton had any other looming opportunities.

Ben McDaniels, the former offensive analyst with the Wolverines, will now be the quarterbacks coach.