We're tracking all the movement in the NFL's firing-and-hiring season.
There are jobs available in Arizona, Indianapolis, New York and Tennessee, while other openings in Chicago and Oakland have already been filled and the one in Detroit is expected to be made official soon. Here is everything you need to know about the coaching carousel.
Bruce Arians announced his retirement shortly after the Cardinals' season ended. He wraps his career as the winningest coach in franchise history with a 50-32-1 record (including playoffs).
The Colts fired Chuck Pagano after missing the playoffs for the third straight year. He went 53-43 in six seasons in Indianapolis.
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The Titans and coach Mike Mularkey agreed to part ways, the team announced on Monday morning, adding that the two sides "couldn't come to an agreement over the future." Mularkey went 18-14 in his two full seasons as Tennessee's coach and helped guide the Titans to their first postseason appearance since 2008.
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Jobs expected to be filled
Despite previously being linked to the Giants' opening, Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia is likely to become the Lions' next head coach, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Patricia and the team would still need to agree to contract details after New England's season ends. Patricia will replace Jim Caldwell, who was fired after four seasons with the franchise.
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The Raiders officially named Jon Gruden their 22nd coach in franchise history. He will get the longest coaching deal in NFL history -- a 10-year contract likely approaching $100 million -- sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The team held an introductory news conference Jan. 9. Gruden, who coached Oakland from 1998 to 2001 and has been working as an ESPN analyst, is returning to the Raiders to replace Jack Del Rio, who was fired after the regular-season finale.
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Team owner Jimmy Haslam confirmed that Hue Jackson will be the coach in 2018 after the team concluded its 0-16 season.
Despite the Cowboys being one of the bigger disappointments of 2017, the team has maintained that Jason Garrett will be back to coach an eighth season in Dallas.
Vance Joseph will return for a second season in Denver, team president John Elway announced Jan. 1. Joseph guided the Broncos to a 5-11 record and a last-place finish in the AFC West in his first season as an NFL head coach. The Broncos have never fired a coach who started and finished just one season with the team.
The Texans have signed coach Bill O'Brien and new general manager Brian Gaine to matching five-year contracts. There had been speculation regarding O'Brien's future in Houston after the Texans finished their first losing season of his tenure.
Despite a 5-10 record, the Jets have signed coach Todd Bowles and general manager Mike Maccagnan to contract extensions, the team announced.
The Bucs will retain coach Dirk Koetter despite a disappointing season that started with high expectations.