Not all coaches are the heartless, evil human beings we make them out to be.
Rather, a lot goes into every decision that a coach makes—sometimes, emotion outweighs logic.
Following that news break, I've compiled the five personnel moves that made coaches' families happy.
Jason Garrett is now the Cowboys head coach, known for getting Dallas back on the right foot after the team stumbled out of the starting gate.
In 1993, however, things were very different for the Garrett family.
Jason's father, Jim Garrett, was a scout for the Cowboys from 1987-2004, and after the 1993 NFL Draft, the Cowboys needed a 3rd string quarterback.
Jim signed his son, Jason, to assume the third-string role, making the Garrett family proud.
Garrett stayed on the roster for six years.
Despite a lackluster performance by his Redskins last year, Mike Shanahan has an impressive resume, including three Super Bowl victories.
When Shanahan took over as head coach in Washington, he persuaded his son Kyle to join him as offensive coordinator.
The younger Shanahan didn't turn down the opportunity, uniting father and son on the sidelines.
Kyle Shanahan was the youngest offensive coordinator in the game when the Texans promoted him to the post at 28 years old, and now he's trying to replicate his past success in Washington.
At ten years old, Connor Payton may be small, but he certainly has big convictions when it comes to who he wants on his father's team.
Connor proceeded to text his father, urging the Saints coach to trade back into the first round for running back Mark Ingram.
Payton obliged — though perhaps out of coincidence — and Connor was satisfied. Being that the Saints had a high-rated draft, give the ten-year old props for knowing what was in the team's best interests.
Steve Wisniewski had a storied career as a Raider, and logged 13 great seasons as an offensive lineman for the team.
Coming out of Penn State, Stefen Wisniewski was a middling line prospect with a mid-to-late second round grade on him.
It only made sense that, with Stefen's uncle Steve still with the Raiders as the offensive line coach, the Raiders would draft Stefen to be an interior lineman.
Oakland brought Stefen and Steve together, and are expecting great things from the former Nittany Lion.
Here, we see the negative aspect of a coach listening to the demands of their family over the needs of the team.
The Chargers, with a talent-laden roster and a talented coach, were in prime position to make a Super Bowl run.
The team, however, lost a bunch of coordinators and coaches and head coach Marty Schottenheimer wanted to interview his brother Kurt.
General manager A.J. Smith was against relatives on the same team, and even though Schottenheimer had already made a family-oriented decision by hiring his son Brian as quarterbacks coach, another Schottenheimer was just too much for Smith. It likely added to the tension between coach and GM, along with the reasons why Marty was fired.