Since the 2021 NFL regular season ended, there have been seven NFL head-coach firings and four more general manager jobs come open. None of the vacant spots has been filled yet, which means it's time for another notebook from our insiders Dan Graziano and Jeremy Fowler.
Here are the head-coach jobs that are open: Bears, Broncos, Dolphins, Giants, Jaguars, Texans and Vikings. The Raiders are also interviewing candidates, though interim coach Rich Bisaccia could still get the job. The Bears, Raiders and Vikings also have GM openings to fill. (The Giants hired their new GM, Joe Schoen, on Friday.)
Which team will make the first move? Perhaps each organization wants to wait to exhaust all avenues, potentially interviewing coordinators on playoff teams, although many of the coordinators whose teams are still playing have interviewed multiple times.
So what have Graziano and Fowler heard about the open jobs and candidates for each? They separate fact from fiction on what's new with the Bears, a hot candidate who could have his choice of multiple jobs, the latest on a possible Jim Harbaugh jump to the NFL and more, including news and notes on potential coordinator movement: