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NFL coaching changes tracker: Updated hirings, firings

By Eye on Football staff | CBSSports.com

Bills DC Mike Pettine has agreed to become head coach of the Browns. (USATSI)
Bills DC Mike Pettine has agreed to become head coach of the Browns. (USATSI)

There has been plenty of movement in the NFL coaching carousel following the 2013 season.

Here's a look at the status of teams whose head coaches were on the bubble at the end of the season -- including who got fired, who got hired in his place, and which of those coaches' jobs are considered safe.

Coaching Tracker
TeamNew CoachOld CoachStatus
Bill O'BrienGary KubiakBill O'Brien HIRED by Houston on New Year's Eve.
Mike PettineRob ChudzinskiThe Browns' 25-day search ended with Mike Pettine being hired.
Jay GrudenMike ShanahanHe was one of the most popular candidates on the circut, but the Redskins landed the former Cincinnati offensive coordinator.
Mike ZimmerLeslie FrazierMike Zimmer finally gets his head-coaching job.
Jim CaldwellJim SchwartzJim Schwartz is out and former Colts coach Jim Caldwell is in.
Lovie SmithGreg SchianoLovie Smith HIRED by Bucs on January 1.
Ken WhisenhuntMike MunchakWhisenhunt is leaving his job as San Diego's offensive coordinator to take over the Titans.
Coaches whose jobs are safe for 2014
Joe PhilbinThough the team fired offensive coordinator Mike Sherman, Philbin will remain as head coach.
Dennis AllenAllen sounds confident about staying and said he's gotten indication he'll be back in 2014
Rex RyanWoody Johnson announces Rex will coach in 2014
Jason GarrettJerry Jones said the Cowboys are 'going forward' with Jason Garrett in 2014.

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