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Coaches fired so far:

Chan Gailey

Lovie Smith

Romeo Crennel

Andy Reid

Pat Shurmur

Norv Turner

Ken Whisenhunt

GMs out:

Tom Heckert (Browns)

Gene Smith (Jaguars)

Mike Tannenbaum (Jets)

A J Smith (Chargers)

Rod Graves (Cardinals)

Still up in the air:

Ken Whisenhunt

Mike Mularkey

Scott Pioli (Chiefs GM)

Buddy Nix (Bills GM)

Rod Graves (Cardinals GM)

Reportedly safe for the moment:

Rex Ryan

Jim Schwartz

Mike Munchak

Jeff Ireland (Dolphins GM)

News from around the league

Bears have asked permission to interview Mike McCoy (Jay Glazer)

Chargers not interested in Andy Reid (Adam Schefter)

Browns planning to look at Josh McDaniels, Nick Saban and Chip Kelly (Jason LaCanfora)

Browns might also look at Saints OL Coach/temporary interim coach Aaron Kromer (Ian Rappaport)

Raiders have fired OC Greg Knapp (San Francisco Chronicle)

Eagles may look at Jay Gruden, or his Brother Jon (Jason LaCanfora)

Chiefs say the new head coach will have a say in whether or not they keep GM Scott Pioli (Adam Schefter)

Bears return man Devin Hester days he is so angry at the Smith firing that he might retire (ESPN Chicago)

Falcons OC Dirk Koetter will get HC interviews from the Browns, Chiefs and Eagles (Alex Marvez)

Bill Polian is expressing interest in the Jets GM job (New York Daily News)

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#Browns Haslam: "We're not going to get into specific names. We think this is a very attractive job...Head coach will have final say/roster'

Sounds like Kelly or Gruden for the Browns then.

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Sounds like Kelly or Gruden for the Browns then.

Really starting to sound like they'll go hard after Chip Kelly.

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Pardon my ignorance, but what is attractive about coaching the Browns? Weeden/Richardson?

Meh.

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Pardon my ignorance, but what is attractive about coaching the Browns? Weeden/Richardson?

Meh.

Keep in mind that comment came from the owner.

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Pardon my ignorance, but what is attractive about coaching the Browns? Weeden/Richardson?

Meh.

They have a pretty legit defense. The offense is a mess IMO. Weeden was a bad pick and overdrafted as well. Richardson apparently played most of the season with 2 or 3 broken ribs, so I'll give him a pass for underwhelming this season.

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Pardon my ignorance, but what is attractive about coaching the Browns? Weeden/Richardson?

Meh.

The HC will have the say with the roster=power from coach=attractive

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The Browns are such a pathetic and desperate franchise. They're averaging a coach every two seasons. Sound familiar?

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