Tracking the Best Available NFL Coaches, Coordinators & GMs

Matt Miller@nfldraftscoutNFL Draft Lead WriterDecember 30, 2012

Tracking the Best Available NFL Coaches, Coordinators & GMs

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    Does your favorite NFL team need a new coach?

    Black Monday is upon us, and with that, many coaches and general managers will be looking for new jobs. 

    Here's an updated look at the top coaches and general managers available—broken down by general managers, head coaches, offensive coordinators and defensive coordinators. As coaches are hired and fired, we'll keep the list updated to reflect those changes.

Best Available: General Managers

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    1. Eric DeCosta, Baltimore Ravens

    Why: It's unlikely DeCosta would leave Baltimore, where he's the heir to Ozzie Newsome at general manager, but for the right money anyone is available. 

    Teams that should be calling: All

     

    2. Bill Polian, Free Agent

    Why: It's easy to remember that Polian was in control as the Colts tanked, but he also built some solid teams under Peyton Manning. Teams looking for a quick fix will be tempted by Polian's experience.

    Teams that should be calling: Jacksonville Jaguars, San Diego Chargers, Arizona Cardinals

     

    3. Michael Lombardi, NFL Network

    Why: Rumored to be a hand-in-hand candidate with either Josh McDaniels and/or Nick Saban, Lombardi has name-recognition and he's worked under Bill Belichick. Both are pluses. 

    Teams that should be calling: Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills

     

    4. David Caldwell, Atlanta Falcons

    Why: One of the better player personnel directors in the NFL, plus he's part of the Belichick-Thomas Dimitroff tree now. If teams go away from the usual suspects, Caldwell should be at the top of their list.

    Teams that should be calling: All

    *Update: Caldwell has been hired as the Jacksonville Jaguars new general manager*

     

    5. Mike Holmgren, Free Agent

    Why: An accomplished coach and an experienced general manager, Holmgren comes with some star appeal, but he's also been tough to work with and many NFL agents aren't fans of his style. That said, he has a history of winning and building talent on offense.

    Teams That Should be Calling: Jacksonville Jaguars, Arizona Cardinals

     

    6. John Dorsey, Green Bay Packers

    Why: When it comes to college scouting directors, John is the best in the business. Working under Ted Thompson has given him the final push he needs to get a team of his own.

    Teams that should be calling: Kansas City Chiefs, Detroit Lions, Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles

     

    7. George Kokinis, Baltimore Ravens

    Why: Kokinis never got a fair shake in Cleveland under Eric Mangini, but back in Baltimore he's in place to succeed Eric DeCosta should he leave—or seek out his own deal with a new team. Kokinis is experienced, and his scouting chops are well known to league insiders.

    Teams that should be calling: Kansas City Chiefs, Carolina Panthers

     

    8. Marc Ross, New York Giants

    Why: One of the NFL's model organizations, the New York Giants' scouting and personnel staff will be picked apart in the coming years. Marc Ross is the hot name on that list due to his college scouting background and the success New York has had in the draft.

    Teams that should be calling: Jacksonville Jaguars, Carolina Panthers

     

    9. Tom Gamble, San Francisco 49ers

    Why: Under Jed York and Trent Baalke, the San Francisco 49ers have built one of the best rosters in the NFL. Tom Gamble will see rewards from that this offseason. Gamble is considered one of the best general manager prospects in the league after his work with the 49ers' player personnel department.

    Teams that should be calling: New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs

     

    10. Matt Russell, Denver Broncos

    Why: A former player and scout, Matt Russell has had the privilege to work under both Bill Belichick and John Elway. An NFL owner who wants a general manager who knows the game, knows players and can scout will fall in love with what Russell brings to the table.

    Teams that should be calling: Kansas City Chiefs, Carolina Panthers

     

    11. Steve Keim, Arizona Cardinals

    Why: Working under Rod Graves hasn't been the best thing for Keim's career, but there's a very good chance he stays in Arizona if/when the team has an opening at general manager.

    Teams that should be calling: Arizona Cardinals

    *Update: Keim has been hired as the Arizona Cardinals new general manager*

     

    12. Marty Hurney, Free Agent

    Why: Hurney was fired midseason, before the Carolina Panthers began their comeback, but he's still credited with drafting Cam Newton and Luke Kuechly. 

    Teams that should be calling: Pending

     

    13. Dave Gettleman, New York Giants

    Why: Just like his co-worker Marc Ross, Gettleman's work in the Giants' front office will lead to interviews and offers this offseason. As the team's senior pro personnel analyst, Gettleman has been a huge influence in the shaping of two Super Bowl rosters.

    Teams that should be calling: Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars

    *Update: Gettleman has been hired as the Carolina Panthers new general manager*

     

    14. George Paton, Minnesota Vikings

    Why: The Vikings have done a very good job rebuilding the talent level through the draft, and Paton's handiwork is seen in their quick turnaround. As assistant general manager, Paton is ready to take the reins of his own team.

    Teams that should be calling: Kansas City Chiefs, Arizona Cardinals

     

    15. Jason Licht, Arizona Cardinals

    Why: The team's director of pro personnel, Licht has made a name for himself with NFL agents and owners for his handling of the New England roster and free-agent scouting before heading to Arizona to do the same.

    Teams that should be calling: Arizona Cardinals

     

    16. Tom Telesco, Indianapolis Colts

    Why: The Colts' turnaround wasn't all about Andrew Luck, and owners have noticed the job Telesco did in managing the team's salary cap post-Peyton Manning.

    Teams that should be calling: New York Jets, Detroit Lions

    *Update: Telesco has been hired as the San Diego Chargers new general manager*

     

    17. Doug Whaley, Buffalo Bills

    Why: A top candidate to replace Buddy Nix as the general manager in Buffalo, Whaley has been very good at identifying free agents and luring them to Buffalo—and that's not an easy sell.

    Teams that should be calling: Buffalo Bills

     

    18. Tag Ribary, Seattle Seahawks

    Why: The roster in Seattle will catch attention from NFL owners very soon. Maybe not this year, but eventually Tag Ribary's work on the pro personnel side of things will result in his own general manager job.

    Teams that should be calling: Kansas City Chiefs, Jacksonville Jaguars

     

    19. Brandon Beane, Carolina Panthers

    Why: The clubhouse favorite to replace fired Marty Hurney, Beane is already in-house and could be an easy pick for owner Jerry Richardson once the smoke clears after Black Monday.

    Teams that should be calling: Carolina Panthers

     

    20. Alonzo Highsmith, Green Bay Packers

    Why: Former NFL player and college recruiting specialist turned scout. Highsmith is credited with discovering Tramon Williams and has been the backbone of the Packers' scouting department over recent seasons.

    Teams that should be calling: Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins

Best Available: Head Coaches

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    1. Bill Cowher, CBS Sports

    Why: Cowher has won a Super Bowl, would bring credibility to the team and fanbase and is a known commodity. Teams may be willing to pay through the roof, but will Cowher be willing to listen?

    Teams that should be calling: All

     

    2. Chip Kelly, Oregon Ducks

    Why: Kelly's teams at Oregon have been wildly successful, and his innovative, fast-paced offense has NFL folks excited about what he could do with pro talent. Kelly's football program is also catching attention from NCAA rules committees, which could prompt him to leave for the NFL. Kelly has a chance to be the hottest name on the market if Cowher removes himself from consideration.

    Teams that should be calling: All

    *Update: Kelly has been announced as head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles*

     

    3. Jon Gruden, ESPN

    Why: Like Cowher, Jon Gruden has won a Super Bowl and brings a ton of credibility and experience. Also like Cowher, he's set working a job as a football analyst and may be happy collecting millions of dollars for a few days of work each week. 

    Teams that should be calling: All

     

    4. Nick Saban, Alabama Crimson Tide

    Why: Would a second straight national championship leave Saban wanting more? That's what NFL owners are banking on, and there have already been rumors that a Saban and Michael Lombardi package could be had for the right price.

    Teams that should be calling: All

     

    5. Lovie Smith, Chicago Bears

    Why: Unexpectedly fired after a 10-win season, Lovie Smith won't stay on the market long. In a worst-case scenario, he's one of the better defensive coordinator candidates on the market.

    Teams that should be calling: Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs

     

    6. Andy Reid, Philadelphia Eagles (Hired by Kansas City)

    Why: It was a safe bet that Reid would be fired from his job with the Eagles. It's also a safe bet that any team with an established quarterback and a job opening would be a great fit for Reid.

    Teams that should have called: San Diego Chargers, Carolina Panthers, Detroit Lions

    *Update 1/4/2013*  -- Andy Reid has been hired as the Head Coach of the Kansas City Chiefs. 

     

    7. Perry Fewell, New York Giants

    Why: The Giants' defense hasn't been great this season, but Fewell has been a mastermind at getting amazing production from his front four. Much like Steve Spagnuolo before him, Fewell should ride his success with the New York defense to an NFL head-coaching job. He's the best defensive-minded assistant available.

    Teams that should be calling: Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, Arizona Cardinals

     

    8. Mike McCoy, Denver Broncos

    Why: Even before Peyton Manning came to town, Mike McCoy was on my shortlist as an NFL head coaching candidate. The man won a playoff game with Tim Tebow at quarterback. Enough said.

    Teams that should be calling: Buffalo Bills, Detroit Lions, San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles

    *Update: McCoy has been hired as the new head coach of the San Diego Chargers.*

     

    9. Josh McDaniels, New England Patriots

    Why: McDaniels crashed and burned in his stint as the Denver Broncos head coach, but his work as the Patriots' offensive coordinator has been exceptional. McDaniels will get calls, but he would be smart to wait until after the 2013 season—when he has more experience and a chance to better vet openings.

    Teams that should be calling: San Diego Chargers, Buffalo Bills

     

    10. Vic Fangio, San Francisco 49ers

    Why: The author of the San Francisco 49ers' defense, Fangio will get league-wide recognition for the job he has done in getting top-level production out of a group that had talent, but no consistency before he came to town. If you want a disciplined, defensive-minded head coach, Fangio is your guy.

    Teams that should be calling: Detroit Lions, Cleveland Browns, Arizona Cardinals

     

    11. Jack Del Rio, Denver Broncos

    Why: Del Rio may not have given fans reason to forget the way his tenure in Jacksonville ended, but it's worth noting that general manager Gene Smith hasn't fared very well without him. Del Rio is an experienced coach who could work well with a top-level offensive coordinator and/or quarterback already in place.

    Teams that should be calling: San Diego Chargers, Detroit Lions

     

    12. Gus Bradley, Seattle Seahawks

    Why: Just look at the way the Seattle defense has been handling teams this year and it's clear that Gus Bradley's name will be a hot one. He's a master at the hybrid front and at getting the right personnel on the field to match up against the offense. His X's and O's skill set will be heavily desired.

    Teams that should be calling: Detroit Lions, Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills

    *Update: Gus Bradley is the new head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars*

     

    13. Bruce Arians, Indianapolis Colts

    Why: The turnaround in Indianapolis will land Bruce Arians some head coaching interviews—if he wants them. Arians is smart enough to wait for a good opportunity, and it's also possible some NFL owners will write off his success because of the talent of Andrew Luck.

    Teams that should be calling: Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles

     

    14. Ray Horton, Arizona Cardinals

    Why: A likely candidate to replace Ken Whisenhunt in Arizona, Ray Horton has been one of the NFL's best defensive coordinators over the last two seasons. He'll likely hear from other NFL teams as well.

    Teams that should be calling: Arizona Cardinals

     

    15. Kyle Shanahan, Washington Redskins

    Why: Shanahan has done remarkable things with Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris, but much of that credit will be handed to his dad, Mike, and even to the talent of the two players he's working with. Shanahan is worth calling, but it's very unlikely he would leave the comforts of Washington yet.

    Teams that should be calling: San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs

     

    16. Bill O'Brien, Penn State Nittany Lions

    Why: A Bill Belichick disciple and offensive mastermind, O'Brien turned around the program at Penn State in a hurry. That said, it's highly unlikely he's ready to leave the college game after just one year in a long-term rebuilding project.

    Teams that should be calling: Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles

    *Update: O'Brien has announced his plan to stay at Penn State for the 2013 season*

     

    17. Greg Roman, San Francisco 49ers

    Why: The San Francisco offense has taken off under Greg Roman, who is a poor man's Chip Kelly. However, one team executive I talked to said that Roman is in the shadow of Jim Harbaugh, and interested owners may overlook Roman's abilities. They shouldn't.

    Teams that should be calling: Carolina Panthers, Kansas City Chiefs

     

    18. Brian Billick, CBS Sports

    Why: It's been five seasons since Billick was fired in Baltimore, and he's received scant interest since. He's still a viable name as a head coach for an offensive-based team, but the fact remains that NFL owner interest could be at a minimum. 

    Teams that should be calling: San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, Jacksonville Jaguars

     

    19. Steve Mariucci, NFL Network

    Why: Much like Billick, Mariucci has been out of coaching since the 2005 season ended, and in that time, he's received little interest. Mariucci is still a very good coaching candidate, maybe more for college than the pros, and his work with quarterbacks and offenses is very reputable.

    Teams that should be calling: Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers

     

    20. Brad Seely, San Francisco 49ers

    Why: If special teams coaches are going to finally be considered for head coaching positions in 2013, Brad Seely's name should be on your shortlist. Seely has been a constant among the best at his job, and his organizational skills and intensity are head coach worthy.

    Teams that should be calling: Philadelphia Eagles, Cleveland Browns

     

    21. Tom Clements, Green Bay Packers

    Why: Joe Philbin was plucked off the Packers' staff last season, and I was surprised that Clements didn't get a similar call. He should get at least an interview this year depending on when the Packers exit the playoffs. 

    Teams that should be calling: Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs

     

    22. Dirk Koetter, Atlanta Falcons

    Why: The Atlanta Falcons offense took off under Dirk Koetter this season, but his previous stint as a head coach (Arizona State) didn't go so well. NFL owners should wait a year or two before handing Koetter a franchise.

    Teams that should be calling: Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns

     

    23. Darrell Bevell, Seattle Seahawks

    Why: What Bevell has been able to do with Russell Wilson deserves notice, but is this a case of the talent making the coaches look better? Patience is the word with Bevell, who should get a strong look after 2013 if he's able to continue to develop Wilson and the Seahawks' offense.

    Teams that should be calling: Jacksonville Jaguars, Buffalo Bills

     

    24. Rick Dennison, Houston Texans

    Why: The Houston Texans have one of the best balanced offenses in the NFL, and Rick Dennison will get plenty of looks because of that. But like so many other assistants, he's coaching under an offensive-minded head coach who has a heavy influence on game-day planning. Dennison is worth talking to, though.

    Teams that should be calling: Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns

     

    25. Jay Gruden, Cincinnati Bengals

    Why: Gruden's work with Andy Dalton has been remarkable, and the way the Bengals' offense clicked over the second half of the year—coupled with his success in 2011—could lead to Gruden getting a head coaching job. That's if he wants one yet.

    Teams that should be calling: Buffalo Bills, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs

     

    26. Pete Carmichael Jr., New Orleans Saints

    Why: The Saints' offensive coordinator is ready for his close-up with NFL owners, especially after handling the team's play-calling without Sean Payton this season. Carmichael's ready to run his own team.

    Teams that should be calling: Buffalo Bills, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs

     

    27. Mike Zimmer, Cincinnati Bengals

    Why: His luster has faded a bit in 2012, but Zimmer remains a hot name for head-coaching positions. He's one of the more likely options here, as owners could fall in love with the work he's done with not much talent in Cincinnati. He's fiery, and defensive coaches are all the rave right now.

    Teams that should be calling: San Diego Chargers, Carolina Panthers

     

    28. Dave Toub, Chicago Bears

    Why: One of the best special teams coordinators in the NFL, Toub's name is already on at least one shortlist that I know of. One NFL owner has told me he's the "next John Harbaugh."

    Teams that should be calling: Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns

     

    29. Russ Grimm, Arizona Cardinals

    Why: It wasn't that long ago that Grimm was interviewing for the Pittsburgh Steelers' head-coaching gig that went to Mike Tomlin. While his time in Arizona did feature a Super Bowl run, there has been more bad than good. Grimm is deserving of a head-coaching job at some point, but he may need to go rehab his image first as an assistant head coach in another location.

    Teams that should be calling: Buffalo Bills

Best Available: Offensive Coordinators

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    1. Norv Turner, San Diego Chargers

    Why: Now that Turner has been fired by the Chargers, look for him to return to the NFL as an offensive coordinator. Turner has performed this role before, and he's very good at it when removed from the duties of a head coach.

    Teams that should be calling: New York Jets (with Rex Ryan), Chicago Bears, Minnesota Vikings

    *Update: Turner has accepted job as offensive coordinator of the Cleveland Browns.*

     

    2. Aaron Kromer, New Orleans Saints

    Why: The interim head coach of the Saints during Sean Payton and Joe Vitt's suspensions, Kromer put himself in a position to make a move up from offensive line coach and into a coordinator position.

    Teams that should be calling: New York Jets, Tennessee Titans

    *Update: Kromer is the Chicago Bears new offensive coordinator.*

     

    3. Karl Dorrell, Houston Texans

    Why: The Texans' last quarterback coach became the offensive coordinator for the Oakland Raiders (Greg Knapp). Dorrell has head coaching experience at the college level and has done a very good job managing the Texans' quarterbacks. He's ready for his own offense.

    Teams that should be calling: Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, New York Jets

     

    4. Hue Jackson, Cincinnati Bengals

    Why: Jackson is believed to be in place as the team's defensive backs coach in case Jay Gruden leaves for a head coaching job and leaves the offensive coordinator position. Jackson is likely to receive calls from competing teams about their own offensive coordinator positions if he doesn't move up in Cincinnati.

    Teams that should be calling: Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars, Arizona Cardinals

     

    5. Mike Solari, San Francisco 49ers

    Why: A quality offensive line coach who has built and developed one of the toughest run blocking units in the NFL, Solari's work with Joe Staley and Mike Iupati alone will put him on many shortlists for offensive coordinator positions.

    Teams that should be calling: New York Jets, Arizona Cardinals, San Diego Chargers

     

    6. David Lee, Buffalo Bills

    Why: David Lee is known for his offensive innovation—hello, Wildcat—but his time in Buffalo under Chan Gailey hasn't been good enough to land him a bump up the coaching ladder. It's time for Lee to make a lateral move and head off as an offensive coordinator in a better situation.

    Teams that should be calling: Kansas City Chiefs, Chicago Bears, Jacksonville Jaguars

     

    7. Edgar Bennett, Green Bay Packers

    Why: A well-rounded positional coach who is ready for his chance to run an offense. Bennett has played running back and coached wide receivers, and he has done so at a very high level. The success of the Packers' wideouts will land Bennett a job calling plays.

    Teams that should be calling: San Diego Chargers, Chicago Bears, Kansas City Chiefs

     

    8. Ray Sherman, St. Louis Rams

    Why: Sherman has been around the NFL for 20-plus years, and he's well known by owners and head-coaching candidates. His work with the St. Louis Rams this year will put his name back into consideration for an offensive coordinator position. Sherman interviewed for head-coaching jobs in Oakland and Dallas as recently as January 2011.

    Teams that should be calling: Oakland Raiders, New York Jets, Arizona Cardinals

     

    9. Tom Cable, Seattle Seahawks

    Why: If you want to promote an offensive line coach to offensive coordinator, Tom Cable is worth a strong look. The former Oakland Raiders head coach has done a great job developing Russell Okung and Max Unger on the Seattle offensive line. Cable is ready to start his move back up the coaching ladder. Up next is a coordinator position.

    Teams that should be calling: Kansas City Chiefs, Arizona Cardinals, San Diego Chargers

     

    10. Pat Shurmur, Cleveland Browns

    Why: The former Browns head coach has offensive coordinator experience, and it was his tenure tutoring Sam Bradford in St. Louis that led to his job in Cleveland. Shurmur needs to get back to his roots and work with young quarterbacks.

    Teams that should be calling: Kansas City Chiefs, Arizona Cardinals, Philadelphia Eagles

Best Available: Defensive Coordinators

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    1. Raheem Morris, Washington Redskins

    Why: Morris has head-coaching experience and is one of the best young defensive minds in the game. His work with the under-manned Washington secondary will put him back in the coordinator conversation.

    Teams that should be calling: Washington, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants

     

    2. Jim Tomsula, San Francisco 49ers

    Why: Watch the San Francisco 49ers' defensive line. It's one of the best units in the game, and that's all Jim Tomsula. Schematically and mechanically, Tomsula is ready to call his own defense. If you need a 3-4 defensive coordinator, he's your man.

    Teams that should be calling: Washington Redskins, Miami Dolphins, Kansas City Chiefs

     

    3. Mike Singletary, Minnesota Vikings

    Why: Forget his implosion as the 49ers' head coach, Singletary did assemble some amazing talent there and had built up a strong defense. He's ready to make the move from linebacker coach to defensive coordinator and would be paired well with an offensive-minded head coach.

    Teams that should be calling: Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

     

    4. Winston Moss, Green Bay Packers

    Why: Green Bay's inside linebacker coach, Moss has long been on my shortlist of the best up-and-coming coaches. He's ready to take over calling his own defense, and he has been thought to be the likely replacement for Dom Capers once he steps down in Green Bay.

    Teams that should be calling: All

     

    5. Keith Butler, Pittsburgh Steelers

    Why: One of the most well-respected men in the NFL, Keith Butler should be heading up his own defense in 2013. Caught in the shadow of Mike Tomlin and Dick LeBeau, Butler has learned from two of the best in the business.

    Teams that should be calling: All

     

    6. Kevin Greene, Green Bay Packers

    Why: Fiery, energetic and scary. Kevin Greene knows how to coach, and I think he'll eventually be an NFL head coach, but not until his media relations improve. A step up to coordinator would allow Greene some time to learn and grow on the job.

    Teams that should be calling: Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Washington Redskins, Cleveland Browns

     

    7. Ken Norton, Seattle Seahawks

    Why: It wouldn't be a surprise if Norton is considered for head-coaching jobs, but the more likely scenario has him heading off to a defensive coordinator job or replacing a departed Gus Bradley in Seattle. Norton has been exceptional coaching up the young Seattle linebackers, and that's getting noticed.

    Teams that should be calling: All

     

    8. Pepper Johnson, New England Patriots

    Why: Passed over for the defensive coordinator job in New England, Johnson could be ready to leave Bill Belichick and seek out his own opportunities. He's a very good linebacker coach, but owners could see Belichick's snub of Johnson as telling.

    Teams that should be calling: New York Giants, Buffalo Bills

     

    9. Jon Hoke, Chicago Bears

    Why: Hoke has done a brilliant job with the Chicago cornerbacks, but the safety play could hurt Hoke's chances for a defensive coordinator job. He's ready to run his own defense.

    Teams that should be calling: Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, Oakland Raiders

     

    10. Chuck Cecil, St. Louis Rams

    Why: A former player, Chuck Cecil is ready to be a defensive coordinator. He's learned under Jeff Fisher, and his fingerprints are all over the high level of play from Janoris Jenkins and Cortland Finnegan.

    Teams that should be calling: Oakland Raiders, Buffalo Bills, Washington Redskins

     

    11. Ray Rhodes, Cleveland Browns

    Why: One of the old guard of NFL coaches, many people I've talked to feel like Rhodes is being wasted in Cleveland as a defensive specialist coach. The play of the Cleveland defense could put Rhodes back into the discussion as a stop-gap coordinator.

    Teams that should be calling: Cleveland Browns, Washington Redskins

     

    12. Mike Trgovac, Green Bay Packers

    Why: A one-time head coaching candidate, Trgovac has done a great job rebuilding his brand, and now he's back in contention as a top defensive coordinator candidate. Teams looking to upgrade their defensive line should be calling.

    Teams that should be calling: Jacksonville Jaguars, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Titans

Hired Coaches Tracker

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    All head coaches and coordinators hired will be updated here.

    Andy Reid—Kansas City Chiefs 

    Doug Marrone—Buffalo Bills

    Rob Chudzinksi—Cleveland Browns

    Mike McCoy—San Diego Chargers

    Marc Trestman—Chicago Bears

    Chip Kelly—Philadelphia Eagles

    Gus Bradley—Jacksonville Jaguars