Written by Robert J. Matthews
As the 2023 regular season draws to a close, 28 of the 32 teams that comprise the NFL are no longer in play.
Consequently, we should now direct our focus towards the coaching carousel of the league, which presently features two vacant positions.
In their inaugural action, the New England Patriots appointed Jerod Mayo as Bill Belichick's replacement, while the Las Vegas Raiders eliminated the "interim" designation from the title of Antonio Pierce.
On Monday, the Tennessee Titans initiated the concluding stages of the employment agreement with former Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan, marking the team's first external hire.
Chargers extended a five-year contract with Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh.
The Carolina Panthers focused on Dave Canales on Thursday, while the Atlanta Falcons were nearing an agreement with Raheem Morris.
Ron Rivera's tenure with the Washington Commanders has come to an end with his dismissal from the organization.
In their inaugural season under the leadership of Josh Harris and the Commanders' new ownership group, the team finished 4-13.