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Pink slips on Black Monday

Seven NFL coaches are fired one day after regular season ends.

January 01, 2013|By Sam Farmer
  • After 14 seasons at the helm the Philadelphia Eagles fired Coach Andy Reid in a long anticipated move following team owner Jeffrey Lurie's offseason proclamation that an 8-8 record would not be acceptable. The Eagles went 4-12 this season.
After 14 seasons at the helm the Philadelphia Eagles fired Coach Andy Reid… (Peter Morgan / Associated…)

The seven NFL coaches fired after the final games Sunday, with their number of seasons coaching the team in parentheses:

Romeo Crennel

Kansas City (1)

Was 2-14, only AFC team to be winless in division games.

Chan Gailey

Buffalo (3)

Gailey's teams were 16-32 over the last three seasons.

Andy Reid

Philadelphia (14)

Five NFC title games but did not reach playoffs last two seasons.

Pat Shurmur

Cleveland (2)

Was 9-23 over two seasons. Browns have two winning seasons since 1999.

Lovie Smith

Chicago (9)

Since Super Bowl run in 2006, Bears have not reached playoffs in five of six seasons.

Norv Turner

San Diego (6)

Chargers have not reached the playoffs three years in a row.

Ken Whisenhunt

Arizona (6)

Only coach to lead Cardinals to Super Bowl, lost 11 of last 12 games.

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