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    - Report: Rex Ryan cleans out his office, expects to be fired by Jets -

    "It looks like Rex Ryan doesn't expect to be head coach of the New York Jets much longer. According to NJ.com, Ryan has already cleared out his office at the Jets practice facility in Florham Park, N.J.

    According to the report, Ryan hasn't officially been told he won't be returning next season, but he did find out that Jets consultant Charley Casserly has begun the process of contacting potential candidates to replace him.

    It appears Ryan put two and two together at that point and decided to clean out his office a few days early." ...

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-...ts-to-be-fired

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    - NFL coaches on the hot seat -

    "With 20 of the NFL's 32 teams sitting at .500 or better after Week 13, most coaches and players in the league are hoping a December hot streak will carry them into the playoffs.

    But elsewhere, heat of another kind is starting to build. Regime change is a constant in the ever-evolving NFL, and several coaches are bound to be looking for work by the end of the month."

    1. Tony Sparano, Raiders
    2. Rex Ryan, Jets
    3. Tom Coughlin, Giants
    4. Marc Trestman, Bears
    5. Mike Smith, Falcons ...

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports...seat/19797747/
    Last edited by Emily Diana; 12-28-2014, 04:25 AM.

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    • #3
      -Which NFL Coaches Are Sitting On Hot Seat? — Week 17-

      "The final week of the NFL regular season is here, which also means that Black Monday is just around the corner.

      Black Monday is the name given to the first day after the end of the regular season, which has traditionally been a day where multiple NFL head coaches lose their jobs. Five coaches were fired on Black Monday in 2013, and there's no reason to expect that there won't be another round of firings this year.

      Heading into the weekend, it seems like the axe is destined to fall on at least four NFL coaches next week, with maybe at least one more depending on what happens on Sunday. Let's take a look at some of the coaches who are candidates to get a pink slip on Monday, as well as some who may be riding the hot seat into next season." ...

      http://247sports.com/Bolt/Which-NFL-...ek-17-34106610

      As I figured... Jason Garrett is no longer on the list(s).

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      • #4
        I will be shocked if Tom Coughlin is fired. The Giants will give him another year. They've won three straight games and can finish the season on a positive note against the Eagles. Eli Manning will have more experience in the new offense, Victor Cruz will be back to join Odell Beckham. Changing the head coach does not make sense for them at this point.
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        • #5
          -NFL teams courting Manning's offensive coordinator-

          "Peyton Manning confirmed last week he plans to return to Denver in 2015. It might just be without the man who's in his earhole every Sunday.

          With Black Monday came word that the San Francisco 49ers and Atlanta Falcons want to speak with Adam Gase, the Broncos' 36-year-old offensive coordinator, about their head coaching vacancies.

          The Broncos (12-4) will allow Gase to interview with those teams and any other suitors in Denver later this week. Players have Thursday, Friday and Saturday off after earning a first-round bye in the AFC playoffs." ...

          http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nfl-tea...8109--nfl.html

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          • #6
            - NFL Black Monday Tracker 2014 -

            "Black Monday is here. Which coaches and GMs will get their walking papers with the 2014 season in the books?"

            * Chicago Bears fire head coach Marc Trestman, GM Phil Emery
            * Atlanta Falcons fire head coach Mike Smith
            * NY Jets fire head coach Rex Ryan, GM John Idzik
            * SF 49ers mutually agreed to part ways with Jim Harbaugh

            http://www.si.com/nfl/2014/12/29/nfl...-fired-tracker

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            • #7
              If we lose Del Rio, I'm fine with Rex Ryan being DC. He knows defenses very well. He just can't do offense to save his life.
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              • #8
                -Marrone quits as head coach of Buffalo Bills-

                "Doug Marrone has resigned as head coach of the Buffalo Bills, the National Football League (NFL) team announced on Wednesday.

                Marrone departs just three days after guiding the Bills to their first winning season in a decade. They finished 9-7.

                He leaves after serving two years of his contract. According to media reports, Marrone had an option in his deal that gave him until the end of Wednesday to opt out, and he will get a $4 million payout.

                Marrone's departure means that at least five NFL teams will have new head coaches next year." ...

                http://sports.yahoo.com/news/marrone...7182--nfl.html

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                • #9
                  Bills, Jets, Raiders, Falcons, Bears, Niners
                  "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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                  • #10
                    - Report: Frank Reich “top target” in Buffalo -

                    "The Bills find themselves in need of a new head coach to start the new year and initial speculation is centered on one of the team’s former quarterbacks.

                    Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News reports that Chargers offensive coordinator Frank Reich is the “top target” as Buffalo looks to replace Doug Marrone after Marrone opted out of his contract on Wednesday. That belief is tied to the expected return of Bill Polian to the organization because Reich played or coached for Polian-run teams in Buffalo, Carolina and Indianapolis.

                    Andre Reed, one of Reich’s former teammates, would like to see him back with the Bills and thinks the hiring would be a popular one with Bills fans." ...

                    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...et-in-buffalo/

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                    • #11
                      - Rex Ryan slated to interview with 49ers on Sunday -

                      "The 49ers just parted ways with a coach from a famous football family and they’ll be speaking to a member of another one on Sunday about replacing him.

                      Kimberly Jones of NFL Media reports that the 49ers have scheduled a Sunday interview with Rex Ryan, who was dismissed by the Jets a day after the 49ers’ “mutual” decision to end Jim Harbaugh’s tenure as their head coach. ...

                      Ryan has also reportedly spoken to ESPN about a television job in the event that he doesn’t land a head coaching gig for the 2015 season and his personality’s natural fit for a role in the media makes it hard to believe Ryan will be without a job of some kind for too long."

                      http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...unday/related/
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                      - Report: 49ers will meet with Mike Shanahan -

                      "When the 49ers’ coaching-search party travels to Denver to meet with Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase on Friday, they will also reportedly take the opportunity to sit down with a Super Bowl-winning coach.

                      The 49ers have an interview in the Denver area with Mike Shanahan, reports the Denver Post, citing three sources.

                      Shanahan, 62, spoke this week with 49ers general manager Trent Baalke, CSNBayArea.com reported. Baalke, CEO Jed York and president Paraag Marathe are leading the search to replace Jim Harbaugh, whose official parting Sunday with the 49ers was described as "mutually agreed" upon." ...

                      http://www.csnbayarea.com/49ers/repo...bcs&ocid=yahoo

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                      • #12
                        - Raiders interview Seahawks OC Darrell Bevell -

                        "The Raiders have interviewed Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell to be their next head coach.

                        Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll announced that news during an interview with Sirius XM NFL radio on Wednesday afternoon.

                        Carroll said that Bevell interviewed the “other night” but did not get more specific, though it only could’ve happened on Monday or Tuesday. The Raiders did not confirm that the interview took place.

                        Bevell was able to interview right away because the Seahawks have a first-round bye in the NFC playoffs. It is the Raiders' first interview to be confirmed publicly. They've scheduled interviews or asked permission to speak with several other candidates." ...

                        http://www.csnbayarea.com/raiders/ra...darrell-bevell

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                        • #13
                          Shanny interviewing with the Niners, it will surprise me if he is not there next year.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by FL BRONCO View Post
                            Shanny interviewing with the Niners, it will surprise me if he is not there next year.
                            It's a terrific fit for him. I just wonder who his dc will be, jim haslett? But Rex would do great there too

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                              - Gary Kubiak garnering interest from 49ers, Jets -

                              "Gary Kubiak could get another shot at a head-coaching gig.

                              While the Baltimore Ravens' offensive coordinator is prepping for his playoff battle with the Pittsburgh Steelers Saturday night, other teams are eyeing potential interviews.

                              Speaking on NFL Network's NFL GameDay Morning, Ian Rapoport reported that the San Francisco 49ers are expected to show interest in the former Houston Texans coach. The Jets are also expected to reach out to Kubiak if the Ravens lose tonight.

                              Kubiak spent eight seasons as the Texans' head coach after 11 seasons running the Denver Broncos' offense. He was fired in 2013 after making the playoffs the two previous seasons. He went 63-66, including 2-2 in the playoffs, over his eight years in Houston." ...

                              http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...rom-49ers-jets

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