Andy Reid
9 Images

Black Monday: Firings around the NFL

After 14 seasons at the helm the Philadelphia Eagles fired Coach Andy Reid in a long anticipated move following team owner Jeffrey Lurie’s offseason proclamation that an 8-8 record would not be acceptable. The Eagles went 4-12 this season.  (Peter Morgan / Associated Press)

The Bears announced Monday that Coach Lovie Smith will not be returning to the team following a 10-6 season in which Chicago failed to make the playoffs. Smith had been the Bears’ Coach for nine seasons.

 (Thearon W. Henderson / Getty Images)

Norv Turner had a record of 114-122-1 in 15 seasons as a coach in the NFL.

 (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
General Manager Mike Tannenbaum, right, was dismissed by the New York Jets after the team failed to produce a playoff-caliber team and earned a record of 6-10. Rex Ryan, left, will remain the Jets’ head coach.  (Jeff Zelevansky / Getty Images)
The Arizona Cardinals fired Coach Ken Whisenhunt after six seasons with the team which included a Super Bowl appearance. The Cardinals went 5-11 this season.  (Paul Connors / Associated Press)
The Arizona Cardinals let General Manager Rod Graves go after the team was unable to overcome problems at the quarterback position and earned a 5-11 record.  (Tony Avelar / Associated Press)
Former Bills Coach Chan Gailey speaks at Ralph Wilson Field House after he and his coaching staff were fired Monday, a day after Buffalo closed out another disappointing season with a 28-9 win over the New York Jets. (John Hickey / Associated Press)
The Chiefs fired Coach Romeo Crennel after just one season at the helm in Kansas City and a record of 2-14. Crennel took over as the Chiefs’ interim coach last season and achieved a cumulative record in Kansas City of 4-15. ( Jamie Squire / Getty Images)
The Browns fired Coach Pat Shurmur after he led the team to a paltry 5-11 record this season.  (Justin K. Aller / Getty Images)
1/9