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December 30, 2012 - Mike Mathison
It appears more than a handful of NFL coaches will be given the pink slip beginning on New Year's Eve.
The inevitable are Pat Shurmer (Cleveland), Norv Turner (San Diego), Andy Reid (Philadelphia) and Romeo Crennel (Kansas City).
The others who very well me out the door seeking to move cities are Ken Whisenhunt (Arizona), Chan Gailey (Buffalo), Jim Schwartz (Detroit) and Mike Mularkey (Jacksonville).
That is one-fourth of the NFL head coaches seeking new opportunities.
That is one-fourth of the NFL owners seeking a new direction.
Only one of the aforementioned -- Andy Reid -- will most likely be a head coach in a new city in 2013.
If it's in San Diego to take over that mediocre franchise, I am really good with that.
The insiders believe Tennessee's Mike Munchak is safe, but what about Chicago's Lovie Smith and New York Jets' Rex Ryan?
I still claim that Ryan refused to put Tim Tebow in at quarterback because he was afraid of Tebow's possible success and the ensuing bigger circus that would certainly happen. By playing "franchise quarterback" Mark Sanchez into another pitiful loss, Ryan knows Tebow will be in another city next year (Jacksonville) and half of the media circus will leave town.
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