2012 NFL head-coaching changes
January, 17, 2013
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
|Team||Former Coach||New Coach|
|Pat Shurmur -- Story
Shurmur went 9-23 in his two seasons with the Browns, who will embark on yet another offseason of change.
|Rob Chudzinski -- Story
Spent the past two seasons as the Carolina Panthers' offensive coordinator. He also served two stints as an assistant with the Browns, the team he grew up rooting for.
|Andy Reid -- Story
The 54-year-old Reid, who was hired to coach the Eagles in 1999, was 130-93-1 in 14 seasons with the franchise.
|Chip Kelly -- Story
Kelly compiled a record of 46-7 over four seasons at Oregon and was 2-2 in BCS bowls.
|Lovie Smith -- Story
The Bears missed the playoffs for the fifth time in the past six seasons despite starting this season 7-1.
|Marc Trestman -- Story
Trestman is coming off an 11-7 season in the CFL. In five seasons with the Alouettes, Trestman led the team to three appearances in the Grey Cup.
|Romeo Crennel -- Story
Crennel was fired after one full season as coach, and one day after Kansas City matched the fewest wins in franchise history with an embarrassing 38-3 loss to Denver.
|Andy Reid -- Story
Reid's deal to coach the Chiefs comes shortly after the team and GM Scott Pioli mutually agreed to part ways.
|Chan Gailey -- Story
Buffalo went 16-32 after Gailey took over in 2010. The 60-year-old Gailey, who also has coached the Cowboys, has a 34-46 career record.
|Doug Marrone -- Story
Marrone has been credited for turning around the Orange in four seasons. Syracuse rolled to an 8-5 finish by winning six of its last seven games this season.
|Norv Turner -- Story
Turner, 60, was 55-40 in six seasons with the Chargers after being hired in 2007.
|Mike McCoy -- Story
McCoy will become the second Broncos coordinator to take a head-coaching job within the AFC West in two seasons.
|Ken Whisenhunt -- Story
Whisenhunt, 50, was 45-51 in six seasons with the Cardinals after being hired in 2007. He led the Cardinals to the Super Bowl after the 2008 season, losing to the Steelers.
|Bruce Arians -- Story
Arians is an offensive-minded coach, who served as the interim head coach in Indianapolis during 2012 while Chuck Pagano battled leukemia.
|Mike Mularkey -- Story
Mularkey, who went 2-14 in his one season as the Jaguars' coach, was fired just two days after the Jaguars hired GM David Caldwell.
|Gus Bradley -- Story
Bradley just completed his fourth season in Seattle. His defense finished first in the NFL in points allowed (15.3), fourth in yards (306.2) and tied for fourth in takeaways (31).