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Data de início 01-16-21 - 05:00
Data final 01-31-21 - 05:00
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    Gase tried to save his occupation with just two big wins on the Rams and Browns in the conclusion of the year, but that wasn't enough to convince the Jets to keep him. Gase was fired Sunday after just two seasons with the group where he travelled only 9-23. With Gase out, do not be surprised if the Jets look to the school ranks. When the job came open two decades ago, they interviewed multiple college coaches before hiring Gase and it will not be surprising if they interview several more candidates in the college ranks this time round. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora has reported that the group could potentially end up showing interest in both Northwestern's Pat Fiztgerald and Florida's Dan Mullen. The Jets may also go after Marvin Lewis due to his ties with current New York general manager Joe Douglas. Douglas also likes Ravens defensive coordinator Wink Martindale and it will not be surprising when he reached out to him. Two other titles to watch out for are offensive coordinators Brian Daboll (Bills) and Arthur Smith (Titans)

    After the Jaguars fired general manager Dave Caldwell back in November, they decided to continue to Marrone and up to now, the group has not provided many hints about if they intend to keep him around for 2021. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora has reported that when the group does move on from Marrone, they are going 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 will not make a decision until after the year is finished. If Marrone gets axed, Meyer and current OSU coach Ryan Day will both get considered for the open Jaguars job. One thing to keep in mind about this job is that it is among 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 cap space to work with for next year, which means a new trainer -- and a new GM -- can get things turned out fairly fast.

    Although Lynn led this team into the playoffs in 2018, the previous two seasons have not been kind to the Chargers head coach. Not only is he 11-20 since the onset of the 2019 season, but the Chargers have also had the most one-score declines over that span and a lot those have come due to suspicious end-of-game coaching. Right now, no decision was made about Lynn's future, but he does seem to have two things working in his favor. According to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora, Lynn's job could be spared from the simple fact he has a fantastic relationship with Justin Herbert along with how the group has finished the season on a high-note. Lynn has also been forced to coach a team that has been ravaged by injuries as players that were recorded as projected starters on opening day have missed a total of 109 combined games.

    Though the Bengals are expected to make a number of adjustments to their coaching staff this offseason, Taylor won't be among them. Does if he's a close relationship with Joe Burrow, but he also has a win over the Steelers under his belt, which means a whole lot in Cincinnati. Fundamentally, Taylor is definitely going to have one year to figure out things.

    Regardless of an awful season, Pederson is expected to maintain his job. Based on ESPN.com, Pederson is will meet with Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie on Tuesday and through that meeting, they'll speak about their vision for 2021. One of the main issues will likely be Carson Wentz, that seemingly does not want to be in Philadelphia anymore. ESPN has reported that Wentz has demanded a trade and a huge reason for this is due to his fracture d relationship with Pederson.

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