Jan 102013
 

carousel_1New Jaguars GM David Caldwell made his first major change to the team, firing Head Coach Mike Mularkey after just one season at the helm, during which the Jaguars went 2-14. Caldwell previously worked with Mularkey in Atlanta, but seems to have wanted a fresh start with his own head coach.

Here’s a summary of where teams are after the immediate firings following the end of the regular season.

Arizona Cardinals
New General Manager: Steve Keim
Head Coach: Vacant

Buffalo Bills
New Head Coach: Doug Marrone

Carolina Panthers
New General Manager: Dave Gettleman

Chicago Bears
Head Coach: Vacant

Cleveland Browns
General Manager: Vacant
Head Coach: Vacant

Jacksonville Jaguars
New General Manager: Dave Caldwell
Head Coach: Vacant

Kansas City Chiefs
General Manager: Vacant
New Head Coach: Andy Reid

New York Jets
General Manager: Vacant

Philadelphia Eagles
Head Coach: Vacant

San Diego Chargers
New General Manager: Tom Telesco
Head Coach: Vacant

We will keep updating this post as new hires are announced.

Dec 312012
 

lovie-smithThe Chicago Bears have fired Head Coach Lovie Smith after the team posted a 10-6 record, but failed to make the playoffs for a second straight season. The Bears made the playoffs in only three of Smith’s nine seasons as head coach, where he posted a 81-63 regular season mark and was 3-3 on the playoffs, reaching the Super Bowl in the 2006 season before losing to the Indianapolis Colts.

The Buffalo Bills have fired Chan Gailey after three seasons with the team. The Bills were 16-32 during his tenure. This season’s 6-10 record was a major disappointment after the Bills went on an off-season spending spree to try and improve their defense.

The Jacksonville Jaguars announced the firing of Gene Smith as GM. This was an expected decision, as new owner Shad Khan is looking to put his own management team together. It is likely that Head Coach Mike Mularkey will be joining Smith in the unemployment line soon. the Jaguars finished 2012 at 2-14.

May 222012
 

 

Jacksonville Jaguars

Head Coach: Mike Mularkey

Projected Starting Quarterback: Blaine Gabbert

2011 Record:  5 wins, 11 losses (3rd in AFC South)

No postseason appearance

32nd in Total Offense, 6th in Total Defense

2002-2011 10 year record: 76 wins, 84 losses (19th in NFL)

1 win, 2 loss in postseason

No Super Bowl appearances

0-0 All-time in Super Bowl