NFL Coaching Changes *Updated*

NFL Coaching Changes

With Josh McDaniels changing his mind on the Colts job, there is still one head coaching vacancy left. As for the rest of the NFL coaching changes this offseason. Check them out here.

List of Fired Coaches

  • New York Giants: Ben McAdoo (Two Seasons: 13-15)
  • Detroit Lions: Jim Caldwell (Four Seasons: 36-28)
  • Indianapolis Colts: Chuck Pagano (Six Seasons: 53-43)
  • Chicago Bears: John Fox (Three Seasons: 14-34)
  • Oakland Raiders: Jack Del Rio (Three Seasons: 25-23)
  • Tennessee Titans: Mike Mularkey (Three Seasons: 20-21)

List of Head Coaches who Retired

  • Arizona Cardinals: Bruce Arians (Five Seasons: 49-30-1)

List of Fired General Managers

  • Carolina Panthers: Dave Gettleman (Interim GM: Marty Hurney)
  • New York Giants: Jerry Reese 
  • Cleveland Browns: Sashi Brown
  • Green Bay Packers: Ted Thompson 

Open Coaching Jobs

  • New York Giants (Pat Shurmur)
  • Oakland Raiders (Jon Gruden)
  • Indianapolis Colts
  • Arizona Cardinals (Steve Wilks)
  • Chicago Bears  (Matt Nagy)
  • Detriot Lions (Matt Patricia)
  • Tennessee Titans (Mike Vrabel) 

Open GM Jobs

  • Carolina Panthers
  • New York Giants (Dave Gettleman)
  • Cleveland Browns (John Dorsey)
  • Green Bay Packers (Brian Gutekunst)
  • Houston Texans (Brian Gaine)

List of NFL GM’s, Head Coaches, and Coordinators

AFC East

New England Patriots

  • GM/HC: Bill Belichick 
    • OC: Josh McDaniels
    • DC: Vacant

Buffalo Bills

  • GM: Brandon Beane
  • HC: Sean McDermott
    • OC: Brian Daboll
    • DC: Leslie Frazier

Miami Dolphins

  • GM: Chris Grier
  • HC: Adam Gase
    • OC: Dowell Loggains
    • DC: Matt Burke

New York Jets

  • GM: Mike Maccagnan (Signed Extention)
  • HC: Todd Bowles (Signed Extention)
    • OC: Jeremy Bates
    • DC: Kacy Rodgers

AFC North

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • GM: Kevin Colbert
  • HC: Mike Tomlin
    • OC: Randy Fichtner
    • DC: Keith Butler

Baltimore Ravens

  • GM: Ozzie Newson 
  • HC: John Harbaugh 
    • OC: Marty Mornhinweg
    • DC: Don Martindale

Cleveland Browns

  • HC: Hue Jackson 
    • OC: Todd Haley
    • DC: Gregg Williams

Cincinnati Bengals

  • Owner/GM: Mike Brown
  • HC: Marvin Lewis (Signed Two Year Extention)
    • OC: Bill Lazor
    • DC: Teryl Austin

AFC South

Houston Texans

  • GM: Brian Gaine
  • HC: Bill O’Brien
    • OC: O’Brien
    • DC: Romeo Crennel

Indianapolis Colts

  • GM: Chris Ballard
  • HC: Vacant

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • GM: David Caldwell
  • HC: Doug Marrone
    • OC: Nathaniel Hackett
    • DC: Todd Wash

Tennessee Titans

  • GM: Jon Robinson
  • HC: Mike Vrabel
    • OC: Matt LaFleur
    • DC: Dean Pees

AFC West

Denver Broncos

  • GM: John Elway
  • HC: Vance Joesph 
    • OC: Bill Musgrave
    • DC: Joe Woods

Kansas City Chiefs

  • GM: Brett Veach
  • HC: Andy Reid
    • OC: Eric Bieniemy
    • DC: Bob Sutton

Los Angeles Chargers

  • GM: Tom Telesco
  • HC: Anthony Lynn
    • OC: Ken Whisenhunt
    • DC: Gus Bradley

Oakland Raiders

  • GM: Reggie McKenzie
  • HC: Jon Gruden
    • OC: Greg Olson
    • DC: Paul Guenther

NFC South

Atlanta Falcons

  • GM: Thomas Dimitroff
  • HC: Dan Quinn
    • OC: Steve Sarkisian
    • DC: Marquand Manuel

Carolina Panthers

  • GM: Marty Hurney (Interm)
  • HC: Ron Rivera
    • OC: Norv Turner
    • DC: Eric Washington

New Orleans Saints

  • GM: Mickey Loomis
  • HC: Sean Payton
    • OC: Pete Carmichael
    • DC: Dennis Allen

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • GM: Jason Licht
  • HC: Dirk Koetter
    • OC: Todd Monken
    • DC: Mike Smith

NFC East

Dallas Cowboys

  • Owner/GM: Jerry Jones
  • HC: Jason Garrett
    • OC: Scott Linehan
    • DC: Rod Marinelli

New York Giants

  • GM: Dave Gettleman
  • HC: Pat Shurmur
    • OC: Vacant
    • DC: James Bettcher

Philadelphia Eagles

  • VP/GM: Howie Roseman
  • HC: Doug Pederson
    • OC: Frank Reich
    • DC: Jim Schwartz

Washington Redskins

  • Pres/GM: Bruce Allen
  • HC: Jay Gruden
    • OC: Matt Cavanaugh
    • DC: Greg Manusky

NFC North

Chicago Bears

  • GM: Ryan Pace
  • HC: Matt Nagy
    • OC: Mark Helfrich
    • DC: Vic Fangio

Detroit Lions

  • GM: Bob Quinn
  • HC: Matt Patricia
    • OC: Jim Bob Cooter
    • DC: Paul Pasqualoni

Green Bay Packers

  • GM: Brian Gutekunst
  • HC: Mike McCarthy
    • OC: Joe Philbin
    • DC: Mike Pettine

Minnesota Vikings 

  • GM: Rick Spielman
  • HC: Mike Zimmer
    • OC: Vacant
    • DC: George Edwards

NFC West

Arizona Cardinals

  • GM: Steve Keim
  • HC: Steve Wilks
    • OC: Mike McCoy
    • DC: Al Holcomb

Los Angeles Rams

  • GM: Les Snead
  • HC: Sean McVay
    • OC: Vacant
    • DC: Wade Phillips

Seattle Seahawks

  • GM: John Schneider 
  • HC: Pete Carroll (Says he’s coming back)
    • OC: Brian Schottenheimer
    • DC: Ken Norton Jr.

San Francisco 49ers

  • GM: John Lynch
  • HC: Kyle Shanahan
    • OC: Shanahan
    • DC: Robert Saleh
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