The NFL has always been a league where head coaches move in and out each season.
Some of the hot names in college football are always rumored to have interest from NFL teams.
The college and pro games are much different from each other, with recruiting players being the biggest change.
One coach that has been rumored to make the jump to the NFL is LSU head coach Brian Kelly.
He had a great first season in LSU last year after spending the previous 12 seasons at Notre Dame.
According to Barstool Sports, via Sports Illustrated, Kelly has no interest in making the move to the NFL.
Brian Kelly addressed any potential interest he has in the NFL https://t.co/oAzivCwYtb
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) April 13, 2023
Kelly has been a college coach his whole life.
If he is not going to make the jump now, it is safe to assume that he never will.
Also, some coaches are just better suited for the college game.
There are plenty of college coaches that have tried making the move to the NFL but have failed.
Nick Saban had a 15-17 record in his two years with the Miami Dolphins.
Matt Rhule was 11-27 with the Carolina Panthers, and Greg Schiano was 11-21 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
But there have also been plenty of success stories from college to the NFL.
Those include Pete Carroll and his dominant tenure as the Seattle Seahawks head coach.
Also, Jim Harbaugh was very successful with the San Francisco 49ers.
No one knows how Kelly would do as an NFL coach, and it seems like we will never find out.NEXT: NFL Insider Reveals Definitive Commanders Sale Update