Written by Robert J. Matthews
After the 2023 season, 28 of the 32 NFL franchises are done. That means we should focus on the league's two coaching vacancies.
The New England Patriots promoted Jerod Mayo to succeed Bill Belichick, and the Las Vegas Raiders removed Antonio Pierce's "interim" tag.
The Tennessee Titans began finalizing the hiring of former Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan on Monday, our first outside appointment.
ESPN said that the Chargers' five-year contract with Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh was the hardest blow.
The Carolina Panthers pursued Dave Canales and the Atlanta Falcons approached Raheem Morris on Thursday. Both movements should be confirmed soon.
The Washington Commanders sacked Ron Rivera.
In Josh Harris' first season as Commanders owner, the team went 4-13. Rivera's Commanders defense was the worst in the NFL in 2023.
A day later, the Seahawks announced that Pete Carroll had "evolved" from head coach to advisor, opening the top spot on their staff following two straight non-playoff seasons.