NFL coaching changes tracker: Updated hirings, firings
Here is a complete look at all of the head coach hirings and firings following the 2013 season, and a glance at those coaches that held onto their spots.
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.
|Team||New Coach||Old Coach||Status|
|Bill O'Brien||Gary Kubiak||Bill O'Brien HIRED by Houston on New Year's Eve.|
|Mike Pettine||Rob Chudzinski||The Browns' 25-day search ended with Mike Pettine being hired.|
|Jay Gruden||Mike Shanahan||He was one of the most popular candidates on the circut, but the Redskins landed the former Cincinnati offensive coordinator.|
|Mike Zimmer||Leslie Frazier||Mike Zimmer finally gets his head-coaching job.|
|Jim Caldwell||Jim Schwartz||Jim Schwartz is out and former Colts coach Jim Caldwell is in.|
|Lovie Smith||Greg Schiano||Lovie Smith HIRED by Bucs on January 1.|
|Ken Whisenhunt||Mike Munchak||Whisenhunt is leaving his job as San Diego's offensive coordinator to take over the Titans.|
|Coaches whose jobs are safe for 2014|
|Joe Philbin||Though the team fired offensive coordinator Mike Sherman, Philbin will remain as head coach.|
|Dennis Allen||Allen sounds confident about staying and said he's gotten indication he'll be back in 2014|
|Rex Ryan||Woody Johnson announces Rex will coach in 2014|
|Jason Garrett||Jerry Jones said the Cowboys are 'going forward' with Jason Garrett in 2014.|
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