The Falcons will also be available for a GM after firing Thomas Dimitroff

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The Falcons will also be available for a GM after firing Thomas Dimitroff

Since shooting Dan Quinn at October after an 0-5 start, the Falcons have been playing things near the vest about who they might hire next. In the time since Quinn was let go, the group has only officially interviewed one candidate and that's interim coach Raheem Morris. According to NFL.com, the Falcons also seem to have their eye on Mut 21 coins defensive coordinators Todd Bowles (Buccaneers) and Brandon Staley (Rams) along with Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith. Though the Falcons have to set up an interview with any of these three, they have setup two interviews for Monday. One of these interviews would be with 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh whereas the other one will probably be with Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. The Falcons will also be available for a GM after firing Thomas Dimitroff.

The Lions gave the NFL that a Thanksgiving surprise when the team decided to fire Patricia two weeks following their 41-25 blowout loss to the Texans on Turkey Day. Since the firing, the Lions have ran just one interview and that came at the end of December with former Bengals coach Marvin Lewis. According to Fox Sports, the Lions will probably be interested in talking to numerous candidates, such as interim coach Darrell Bevell, Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy and 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh. The Lions are also anticipated to take a look at Northwestern trainer Pat Fitzgerald, according to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora.

Gase tried to save his job with just two big wins on the Rams and Browns in the conclusion of the year, but that was not sufficient to convince the Jets to keep him. Gase was fired on Sunday after two seasons with the team where he went just 9-23. With Gase out, don't be surprised if the Jets seem to the college ranks. When the job came open two decades ago, they interviewed several faculty coaches prior to hiring Gase also it won't be surprising if they interview several more candidates in the college ranks this time around. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora has reported that the team could potentially wind up showing fascination with the Northwestern's Pat Fiztgerald and Florida's Dan Mullen. The Jets may also go after Marvin Lewis due to his ties with present New York general manager Joe Douglas. Douglas also enjoys Ravens defensive coordinator Wink Martindale and it will not be surprising when he reached out to him.

When the Jaguars fired general manager Dave Caldwell back in November, they decided to hold on to Marrone and so far, the group hasn't offered many hints about whether they intend to keep him around for 2021. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora has reported that if the group does proceed from Marrone, they're likely to provide some serious thought to hiring former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer. According to NFL.com, the Jags are"likely" likely to ditch Marrone, but they won't make a decision until after the season is over. In case Marrone gets axed, Meyer and current OSU coach Ryan Day will both get considered for the open Jaguars job. One thing to remember about this job is that it's one of the most attractive in the NFL. Not merely is Jacksonville sitting on the very first overall pick in the 2021 draft, but the Jags also have loads of Buy Madden 21 Coins, MUT 21 Coins For Sale - MMOExp.com cap room to work with for next season, which means a new trainer -- along with also a new GM -- could get things turned out pretty fast.