Stanford Cardinal coach David Shaw said at Pac-12 Media Days that he does not see a return to the NFL in his future, reports ESPN's Joe Schad.
Shaw spent nine years as an NFL assistant coach with the Eagles, Raiders and Ravens before becoming the passing game coordinator for the University of San Diego in 2006. He spent a season there, then became Jim Harbaugh's offensive coordinator at Stanford, where Shaw was a wide receiver from 1991-1994. When Harbaugh left to coach the San Fransisco 49ers, Shaw was promoted to head coach.
Shaw is entering his fourth season as the head coach of the Cardinal, and has a 34-7 overall record.
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