With the end of the NFL season , that means the league's annual coaching purge is all about to Madden 21 coins
kick into top gear. After the year kicked off in September, there were 32 head coaches roaming the sidelines around the NFL, but maybe not every one of those guys will be arriving in 2021. As a matter of fact, we already know three coaches who definitely won't be returning and that is Bill O'Brien, Dan Quinn and Matt Patricia, that all got axed throughout the season. Three in-season firings has been the maximum amount the NFL has seen as 2010 when four trainers got let go.
Heading into the 2021 offseason, there could be as many as six teams looking for a new trainer and that number could jump even higher if we see any surprise moves. We'll be monitoring all the latest news as teams start their search for the right coach. To keep you current on the newest firings, rumors and hirings, be sure that you keep tabs on the training tracker beneath.
O'Brien was the first coach to be fired this season and that move came all the way back in October when the Texans chose to give him a pink slip after an 0-4 start that included losses to the Chiefs, Steelers and Ravens. Since then, the Texans have hired a research firm to assist them find their new coach. According to ESPN.com, the search firm has advocated Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer as someone Houston should look at hiring.
Additionally, it is believed that Houston will have its eye on Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. Though the Texans have not officially interviewed either of these candidates, they've conducted at least two interviews and those came with former NFL head coaches Marvin Lewis and Jim Caldwell. The Texans also have an open GM job along with the belief is they'll fill that role before hiring a new coach.
Since shooting Dan Quinn in October after an 0-5 start, the Falcons were playing things close to the vest about who they could hire next. In the time since Quinn was let go, the team has only formally interviewed one candidate and that is interim coach Raheem Morris. Though the Falcons have to set up a meeting with any of those three, they have set up two interviews for Monday. One of these interviews will be with 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh while another one will be with Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. The Falcons are also in the market for cheap Mut 21 coins
a GM after shooting Thomas Dimitroff.