Romeo Crennel (Chiefs) is out the door but GM Scott Pioli stays for some reason (at least for now).
Lovie Smith is gone. Stupid, stupid.
In a SHOCKING twist, Norv Turner is out of San Diego, as is GM AJ Smith.
Pat Shurmur and Tom Heckert are out at Cleveland.
Philly does what they probably should have done 2 months ago and finishes firing Andy Reid. I guess you can't fire someone of his size all at once.
The Jets fire Mike Tannenbaum but retain Rex Ryan as HC, probably the smartest thing they've done all year (of course, there's no guarantee the new GM won't want to bring in his own guy).
The Jags fired GM Gene Smith, probably paving the way for a Tebow trade. Okay, you can probably spin pretty much anything from a Blaine Gabbert incompletion to a rainy Jacksonville forecast into a sign that the Jaguars will soon make a play for Tebowmania!, but still. I'm a little surprised they didn't push harder for him last year (although if the price was what the Jets paid for him, I don't blame them either).
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