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Posted on: July 15, 2011 7:07 pm
Edited on: July 17, 2011 8:44 am
 

FA Table Test

AFC NORTH
Player Position 2010 Team
Status
Marshal Yanda
 G Ravens
UFA
Jared Gaither  T Ravens UFA
Le'Ron McClain RB  Ravens UFA
Josh Wilson CB Ravens UFA
Chris Carr CB Ravens UFA
Haloti Ngata DT Ravens Given Franchise Tag
Dawan Landry  S Ravens UFA
Johnathan Joseph CB Bengals UFA
Cedric Benson RB  Bengals UFA
Dhani Jones LB  Bengals UFA
Matt Roth LB  Browns UFA
Eric Wright CB  Browns UFA
Ike Taylor CB Steelers UFA
William Gay CB  Steelers UFA
Wllie Colon Steelers UFA
LaMarr Woodley LB  Steelers Given Franchise Tag
AFC SOUTH
Player Position 2010 Team
Status
Jason Babin DE  Titans UFA
Randy Moss WR  Titans UFA
Stephen Tulloch LB  Titans UFA
Kerry Collins QB  Titans Retired on July 7
Dave Ball DE  Titans UFA
Bo Scaife TE  Titans UFA
Chris Simms QB  Titans UFA
Jacob Ford DE  Titans UFA
Marques Douglas  DT Titans UFA
Kirk Morrison LB  Jaguars UFA
Mike Sims-Walker WR Jaguars UFA
Trent Edwards QB  Jaguars UFA
Adam Podlesh Jaguars UFA
Justin Durant LB  Jaguars UFA
Sean Considine S Jaguars UFA
Joseph Addai  RB  Colts UFA
Melvin Bullitt Colts UFA
Ken Hamlin CB  Colts UFA
Charlie Johnson Colts UFA
Clint Session LB  Colts UFA
Adam Vinatieri Colts UFA
Dominic Rhodes RB  Colts UFA
Tyjuan Hagler LB  Colts UFA
Aaron Francisco DB  Colts UFA
Daniel Muir DT  Colts UFA
Vonta Leach FB  Texans UFA
Jacoby Jones WR Texans UFA
Eugene Wilson Texans UFA
Jason Allen CB  Texans UFA
Rashad Butler Texans UFA
Zac Diles LB  Texans UFA
Bernard Pollard Texans UFA
Matt Leinart QB  Texans UFA
AFC EAST
Player Position 2010 Team
Status
Paul Posluszny LB Bills UFA
Donte Whitner S Bills UFA
Akin Ayodele LB Bills UFA
Ronnie Brown RB Dolphins UFA
Ricky Williams RB Dolphins UFA
Tyler Thigpen QB Dolphins UFA
Chad Pennington QB Dolphins Unlikely to play in 2011
Tony McDaniel DL Dolphins UFA
Kevin Faulk RB Patriots UFA
Shayne Graham K Patriots UFA
Sammy Morris RB Patriots UFA
Fred Taylor RB Patriots UFA
Jarrad Page S Patriots UFA
Gerard Warren DE Patriots UFA
Matt Light T Patriots UFA
Antonio Cromartie CB Jets UFA
Braylon Edwards WR Jets UFA
Santonio Holmes WR Jets UFA
Damien Woody T Jets UFA
Jason Taylor DE Jets UFA
Brad Smith WR Jets UFA
Tony Richardson FB Jets UFA
Nick Folk K Jets UFA
Steve Weatherford P Jets UFA
Vernon Gholston DE Jets UFA
Drew Coleman S Jets UFA
Kris Jenkins DT Jets UFA
AFC WEST
Player Position 2010 Team
Status
Vincent Jackson WR Chargers Franchise Tagged/TBD from settlement
Malcom Floyd WR Chargers UFA
Darren Sproles RB Chargers UFA
Eric Weddle S Chargers UFA
Legedu Naanee WR Chargers UFA
Jacques Cesaire DL Chargers UFA
Stephen Cooper LB Chargers UFA
Jeromey Clary T Chargers UFA
Antwan Barnes LB Chargers UFA
Kevin Burnett LB Chargers UFA
Nnamdi Asomugha CB Raiders UFA
Zach Miller TE Raiders UFA
Michael Huff SS Raiders UFA
Robert Gallery G Raiders UFA
Kamerion Wimbley LB Raiders Given Franchise Tag
Bruce Gradkowski QB Raiders UFA
Johnnie Lee Higgins WR/KR Raiders UFA
Tamba Hali LB Chiefs Given Franchise Tag
Ron Edwards DT Chiefs UFA
Brandon Carr CB Chiefs RFA (1st-round tender)
Ryan O'Callaghan T Chiefs UFA
Shaun Smith DL Chiefs UFA
Casey Wiegmann C Chiefs UFA
Daniel Graham TE Broncos UFA
Laurence Maroney RB Broncos UFA
Marcus Thomas DT Broncos UFA
Matt Prater K Broncos UFA
Ryan Harris T Broncos UFA
NFC NORTH
Player Position 2010 Team
Status
Olin Kreutz C Bears UFA
Tommie Harris DT Bears UFA
Danieal Manning CB Bears UFA
Drew Stanton QB Lions UFA
Bobby Carpenter LB Lions UFA
Chris Houston CB Lions UFA
Julian Peterson LB Lions UFA
Kevin Smith RB Lions UFA
Cullen Jenkins DE Packers UFA
Atari Bigby S Packers UFA
Daryn Colledge G Packers UFA
James Jones WR Packers UFA
Brandon Jackson RB Packers UFA
Mason Crosby K Packers UFA
John Kuhn RB Packers UFA
Sidney Rice WR Vikings UFA
Ray Edwards DE Vikings UFA
Pat Williams DT Vikings UFA
Ben Leber LB Vikings UFA
Tarvaris Jackson QB Vikings UFA
Ryan Cook T Vikings UFA
Ryan Longwell K Vikings UFA
NFC SOUTH
Player Position 2010 Team
Status
Charles Johnson DE Panthers UFA
DeAngelo Williams RB Panthers UFA
Ryan Kalil C Panthers Given Franchise Tag
James Anderson LB Panthers UFA
Thomas Davis LB Panthers UFA
Ed Johnson DL Panthers RFA
Richard Marshall DB Panthers UFA
Matt Moore QB Panthers UFA
Dante Rosario TE Panthers UFA
Tyson Clabo T Falcons UFA
Justin Blalock G Falcons UFA
Harvey Dahl G Falcons UFA
Brent Grimes CB Falcons UFA
Jerious Norwood RB Falcons UFA
Jason Snelling RB Falcons UFA
Mike Peterson LB Falcons UFA
Jermon Bushrod T Saints UFA
Lance Moore WR Saints UFA
Heath Evans FB Saints UFA
Roman Harper DB Saints UFA
Courtney Roby WR/KR Saints UFA
Darren Sharper S Saints UFA
Davin Joseph G Buccaneers UFA
Barrett Ruud LB Buccaneers UFA
Quincy Black LB Buccaneers UFA
Connor Barth LB Buccaneers RFA
NFC EAST
Player Position 2010 Team
Status
Doug Free T Cowboys UFA
Stephen Bowen DT Cowboys UFA
Alex Barron T Cowboys UFA
Marcus Spears DL Cowboys UFA
Ahmad Bradshaw RB Giants UFA
Barry Cofield DT Giants UFA
Mathias Kiwanuka DE Giants UFA
Steve Smith WR Giants UFA
Kevin Boss TE Giants UFA
Keith Bulluck LB Giants UFA
Michael Clayton WR Giants UFA
Plaxico Burress WR --- UFA
Tiki Barber RB --- Giants said they will release him
Quintin Mikell S Eagles UFA
Michael Vick QB Eagles Given Franchise Tag
Stewart Bradley LB Eagles UFA
Jerome Harrison RB Eagles UFA
Max Jean-Gilles G Eagles UFA
Sav Rocca P Eagles UFA
Santana Moss WR Redskins UFA
Carlos Rogers CB Redskins UFA
Jammal Brown T Redskins UFA
Phillip Buchanon CB Redskins UFA
Rocky McIntosh LB Redskins UFA
Rex Grossman QB Redskins UFA
Clinton Portis RB Redskins UFA
NFC WEST
Player Position 2010 Team
Status
Mark Clayton WR Rams UFA
Laurent Robinson WR Rams UFA
Kevin Dockery CB Rams UFA
Brandon Mebane DT Seahawks UFA
Matt Hasselbeck QB Seahawks UFA
Chester Pitts G Seahawks UFA
Jordan Babineaux S Seahawks UFA
Raheem Brock DL Seahawks UFA
Leroy Hill LB Seahawks UFA
Sean Locklear T Seahawks UFA
Kelly Jennings CB Seahawks UFA
Lawyer Milloy S Seahawks UFA
Olindo Mare K Seahawks UFA
Chris Spencer C Seahawks UFA
Junior Siavii DT Seahawks UFA
Manny Lawson LB 49ers UFA
Alex Smith QB 49ers UFA
Aubrayo Franklin DT 49ers UFA
Ray McDonald DE 49ers UFA
Troy Smith QB 49ers UFA
Takeo Spikes LB 49ers UFA
David Baas C 49ers UFA
Brian Westbrook RB 49ers UFA
Travis LaBoy LB 49ers UFA
Barry Sims T 49ers UFA
Steve Breaston WR Cardinals UFA
Deuce Lutui G Cardinals UFA
Alan Faneca G Cardinals Retired in early May
Ben Graham P Cardinals UFA
Alan Branch DT Cardinals UFA
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Posted by Will Brinson

The NFL and NFLPA agreed to a week-long extension of the CBA on Friday. That week is actually five days, however, because of the weekend. Which means Monday (aka today) is one of five days left on the calendar -- barring an additional extension -- to save football.

And it nearly never happened. According to Jim Trotter of Sports Illustrated, an anonymous member of the NFLPA Executive Committee walked into the mediation workroom and informed union president Kevin Mawae -- in the presence of Roger Goodell, Jeff Pash and DeMaurice Smith -- that the union was decertifying.

"We're done! We're decertifying," the anonymous player said, according to Trotter.

Oh yes, and that player added a throat slash while doing so, which is a pretty aggressive negotiation tactic, to say the least.

Matt Jones and I covered this extensively in the labor podcast that dropped earlier today -- decertification would have some serious implications in terms of how it could harm the owners' pockets if things ended in the NFL's worst-case scenario. (As Matt put it, it would basically become like European soccer.)

NFL Labor

Whether or not the throat slash/declaration combo actually caused the owners to blink and sign off on the 7-day extension would be fun to find out, but it won't guarantee a labor deal getting done this week. The only thing that will guarantee it is if the two parties get down to business Monday and crank through every issue. 

So, naturally, the CBA mediation between the two sides will begin at ... 3 PM EST?

Apparently so -- Albert Breer of the NFL Network said the because "folks [are] traveling in the AM to get" to Washington, D.C., things aren't getting kicked off as promptly as they could.

This is rather odd -- both sides took a weekend break from these very negotiations knowing they'd need to be back at the bargaining table for a hard week's worth of figuring out the future of America's most popular sport.

Everyone involved knew they'd need to be in the nation's capital today for the talks. Which means that everyone involved could have likely figured out a way to align their travel plans in such a manner as to make sure that mediation was able to start at least by noon.

That being said, a 3 PM start time can always equate to an all-night mediation session. But given how much is at stake over the next week (again, barring an additional extension), everyone who cares about the NFL would probably prefer seeing the two sides maximizing their ability and time to negotiate.

UPDATE 11:45 a.m. EST: Judy Batista of the New York Times says negotiations will go into the evening hours Monday night. Both sides will take a dinner break and then resume talking. Batista also says that it was NFLPA lawyer Jeffrey Kessler who delivered the decertification threat.

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Posted on: January 20, 2011 9:08 am
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Posted on: January 3, 2011 10:31 am
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<em><img height="200" width="294" src="http://sports.cbsimg.net/images/nfl/photogallery/budadams12122010.jpg" style="float: right; margin: 2px;" />Posted by Will Brinson</em><br /><br />"Black Monday" inspires plenty of fear in NFL coaches</a> who didn't make the playoffs. And although you can't imagine Jeff Fisher of the Titans is "scared," there's certainly reason for him to be concerned with his job security</a>.<br /><br />That's because Fisher will, according to a report from FOX Sports' Jay Glazer</a>, meet with owner Bud Adams and other senior officials of the Titans organization to discuss Fisher's future with the team.<br /><br />Fisher is the longest-tenured coach in the NFL right now, and the only coach in Titans history, but there are plenty of people who believe he'll be gone from Tennessee next season. That's primarily because Adams remains so infatuated with Vince Young that he's willing to overlook just how little the former Texas star has progressed (both on- and off the field) since being drafted in the first round by Tennessee.<br /><br />

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<br /><br />Adams said earlier this year that he expected Fisher and Young to work things out, but given the things that Fisher's said publicly</a> about Young since the quarterback walked out on the locker room</a>, that seems pretty unlikely.<br /><br />If Fisher were to become a coaching free agent, it seems logical that he'd be sought-after, although coaching jobs appear to be filling up a little more quickly than they did a few weeks ago.<br /><br />Then again, it wasn't too long ago that the Titans looked like one of the best teams in the NFL, so it's worth noting that things change quickly. <br /><br /><em>For more NFL news, rumors and analysis, follow <strong><span>@cbssportsnfl</span></a> on Twitter</strong> and subscribe to our </em><span><em>RSS Feed</em></span></a>.

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Posted on: January 2, 2011 6:06 pm
 

Black Monday Test

NFL teams into a likely draft order (worse teams up top!) in order to give you an idea of who's been fired, who might be fired, how much job security they have, and potential candidates in different cities. See someone you think SHOULD be on the hot seat or a candidate for a certain job we missed? Let us know in the comments. 

Team Coach Job Security Candidates



John Fox

"Contract not renewed"
Under-the-radar current coordinator seems likely ... Russ Grimm, Jim Harbaugh, Mike Mularkey, Rob Ryan, Perry Fewell, Ron Rivera, 



Eric Studesville

"Interim/Interviewing" (Read: Unlikely to hang around)
Broncos are bringing in John Elway, which means you can expect to se somewhat of a high-profile candidate ...John Fox, Jon Gruden, Brian Billick, Gary Kubiak 



Chan Gailey

Safe
The Bills were terrible in 2010, but they never gave up and routinely came close to upsetting better teams. Also, no one else wants the gig.



Marvin Lewis

"Unemployed"
Lewis called himself "unemployed" after the season finale because his contract is up, and he seems as good as gone, 



Ken Wisenhunt

Safe ... for now
Under-the-radar current coordinator seems likely ... Russ Grimm, Jim Harbaugh, Mike Mularkey, Rob Ryan, Perry Fewell, Ron Rivera, 



Jim Tomsula

Interim
49ers are supposed to be looking for a GM but have contacted Jim Harbaugh, their top choice. If he goes to UM, they could chase Jon Gruden or Brian Billick. 



Jason Garrett

Interim
Garrett is all but certain to be named the Cowboys next coach, but Jerry Jones must comply with Rooney Rule first. John Fox, Jeff Fisher are also enticing.



Gary Kubiak

Getting confidence votes from every angle
Word on the street is Wade Phillips will join Kubes as defensive coordinator and GK will save his job. Enticing Broncos position would be spicy though ... Otherwise Bill Cowher, Jeff Fisher if available 



Eric Mangini

Meeting with his boss Monday, already thanking the media
Mangini seems as good as gone after a bad close to the season. Holmgren likely to either go with John Fox or a West Coast guy ... or himself? 



Jim Schwartz

Safe
Lions won four straight to close the season; Schwartz has to be a hero in Detroit at this point.



Pete Carroll

Safe
Obviously an NFC West title would go a long way towards locking him in, but Seahawks invested too much to put him on the hot seat early.



Jeff Fisher

In a staring contest with Vince Young?
The longest-tenured coach in the NFL would be a surprise firing, but if Bud Adams (who sent a picture of him and V.Y. on his Xmas card) refuses to budge on QB situation, he could leave. Mack Brown??? 



Mike Shanahan

Needing a QB
Dan Snyder letting Shanny run the team so him getting booted is a long shot. QB situation is a bit of a nightmare though.



Leslie Frazier

HIRED?
The interim has supposedly been given a three-year, full-time deal, but Vikings waiting until after season officially ends to announce it. Smart move by Minny.



Tom Cable

Unlikely to return?
The report is that Cable might get the boot from Al Davis. It's pretty illogical considering the job he's done and what a nightmare working there is. Gruden 2.0? Jim Harbaugh?



Steve Spagnuolo

Such a cold seat
Spags has a chance to give the Rams a division title early in his career. Needless to say, he's safe.



Tony Sparano

Only safe if Bill Parcells has as much pull as we think
Sparano will meet with his owner soon, and you have to think with a 1-7 home record, he's in a lot of trouble. Jon Gruden, Jim Harbaugh, Bill Cowher all have good "celeb appeal"



Jack Del Rio

Not totally safe
Wayne Weaver's loyal and JDR has two more years on his deal; CBS Sports' Charley Casserly reports that he's safe for 2011 after just missing playoffs 



Norv Turner

Safe for 2011?
Front office says Norv's their guy for at least next year. Another disappointing season like 2010 and he could finally get the boot.



Tom Coughlin

Extension likely coming
Coughlin's in the middle of a playoff fight (thanks to the Bears) and Casserly says he'll be back with a one-year extension



Raheem Morris

Award-winning?
Losses in late games by the Packers and Giants would get Morris in the playoffs and a pretty good shot at Coach of the Year if he doesn't win anyway



Jim Caldwell

Safe
Under-the-radar current coordinator seems likely ... Russ Grimm, Jim Harbaugh, Mike Mularkey, Rob Ryan, Perry Fewell, Ron Rivera, 



Mike McCarthy

Safe, right?
Under-the-radar current coordinator seems likely ... Russ Grimm, Jim Harbaugh, Mike Mularkey, Rob Ryan, Perry Fewell, Ron Rivera, 



Todd Haley

Division champion
Haley's pretty golden in KC, no matter what some people want to say about his ego.



Rex Ryan

In like foot. Er, flint
Back-to-back playoff berths for Ryan mean he's plenty fine.



Andy Reid

Safe
The only question is whether or not Reid will trade Kevin Kolb in the offseason and how long they can keep Vick.



Sean Payton

Safe, duh
Under-the-radar current coordinator seems likely ... Russ Grimm, Jim Harbaugh, Mike Mularkey, Rob Ryan, Perry Fewell, Ron Rivera, 



Lovie Smith

Surprisingly safe
Did anyone think Lovie was safe heading into 2011? Yet he won the division and the Bears are white-hot. Very impressive year. 



John Harbaugh

Safe
Only thing he has to worry about is whether he has to face his bro once a year or not.



Mike Tomlin

Safe
Clearly, Tomlin's doing alright. 



Mike Smith

Safe
Weird thing is, Smith's not getting nearly enough love as a potential coach of the year candidate.



Bill Belichick

Safe
Retirement is the only way he'll ever get removed from New England. Arguably his greatest coaching job ever. 
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Posted on: January 2, 2011 6:05 pm
 

Black Monday Test

NFL teams into a likely draft order (worse teams up top!) in order to give you an idea of who's been fired, who might be fired, how much job security they have, and potential candidates in different cities. See someone you think SHOULD be on the hot seat or a candidate for a certain job we missed? Let us know in the comments. 

Team Coach Job Security Candidates



John Fox

"Contract not renewed"
Under-the-radar current coordinator seems likely ... Russ Grimm, Jim Harbaugh, Mike Mularkey, Rob Ryan, Perry Fewell, Ron Rivera, 



Eric Studesville

"Interim/Interviewing" (Read: Unlikely to hang around)
Broncos are bringing in John Elway, which means you can expect to se somewhat of a high-profile candidate ...John Fox, Jon Gruden, Brian Billick, Gary Kubiak 



Chan Gailey

Safe
The Bills were terrible in 2010, but they never gave up and routinely came close to upsetting better teams. Also, no one else wants the gig.



Marvin Lewis

"Unemployed"
Lewis called himself "unemployed" after the season finale because his contract is up, and he seems as good as gone, 



Ken Wisenhunt

Safe ... for now
Under-the-radar current coordinator seems likely ... Russ Grimm, Jim Harbaugh, Mike Mularkey, Rob Ryan, Perry Fewell, Ron Rivera, 



Jim Tomsula

Interim
49ers are supposed to be looking for a GM but have contacted Jim Harbaugh, their top choice. If he goes to UM, they could chase Jon Gruden or Brian Billick. 



Jason Garrett

Interim
Garrett is all but certain to be named the Cowboys next coach, but Jerry Jones must comply with Rooney Rule first. John Fox, Jeff Fisher are also enticing.



Gary Kubiak

Getting confidence votes from every angle
Word on the street is Wade Phillips will join Kubes as defensive coordinator and GK will save his job. Enticing Broncos position would be spicy though ... Otherwise Bill Cowher, Jeff Fisher if available 



Eric Mangini

Meeting with his boss Monday, already thanking the media
Mangini seems as good as gone after a bad close to the season. Holmgren likely to either go with John Fox or a West Coast guy ... or himself? 



Jim Schwartz

Safe
Lions won four straight to close the season; Schwartz has to be a hero in Detroit at this point.



Pete Carroll

Safe
Obviously an NFC West title would go a long way towards locking him in, but Seahawks invested too much to put him on the hot seat early.



Jeff Fisher

In a staring contest with Vince Young?
The longest-tenured coach in the NFL would be a surprise firing, but if Bud Adams (who sent a picture of him and V.Y. on his Xmas card) refuses to budge on QB situation, he could leave. Mack Brown??? 



Mike Shanahan

Needing a QB
Dan Snyder letting Shanny run the team so him getting booted is a long shot. QB situation is a bit of a nightmare though.



Leslie Frazier

HIRED?
The interim has supposedly been given a three-year, full-time deal, but Vikings waiting until after season officially ends to announce it. Smart move by Minny.



Tom Cable

Unlikely to return?
The report is that Cable might get the boot from Al Davis. It's pretty illogical considering the job he's done and what a nightmare working there is. Gruden 2.0? Jim Harbaugh?



Steve Spagnuolo

Such a cold seat
Spags has a chance to give the Rams a division title early in his career. Needless to say, he's safe.



Tony Sparano

Only safe if Bill Parcells has as much pull as we think
Sparano will meet with his owner soon, and you have to think with a 1-7 home record, he's in a lot of trouble. Jon Gruden, Jim Harbaugh, Bill Cowher all have good "celeb appeal"



Jack Del Rio

Not totally safe
Wayne Weaver's loyal and JDR has two more years on his deal; CBS Sports' Charley Casserly reports that he's safe for 2011 after just missing playoffs 



Norv Turner

Safe for 2011?
Front office says Norv's their guy for at least next year. Another disappointing season like 2010 and he could finally get the boot.



Tom Coughlin

Extension likely coming
Coughlin's in the middle of a playoff fight (thanks to the Bears) and Casserly says he'll be back with a one-year extension



Raheem Morris

Award-winning?
Losses in late games by the Packers and Giants would get Morris in the playoffs and a pretty good shot at Coach of the Year if he doesn't win anyway



Jim Caldwell

Safe
Under-the-radar current coordinator seems likely ... Russ Grimm, Jim Harbaugh, Mike Mularkey, Rob Ryan, Perry Fewell, Ron Rivera, 



Mike McCarthy

Safe, right?
Under-the-radar current coordinator seems likely ... Russ Grimm, Jim Harbaugh, Mike Mularkey, Rob Ryan, Perry Fewell, Ron Rivera, 



Todd Haley

Division champion
Haley's pretty golden in KC, no matter what some people want to say about his ego.



Rex Ryan

In like foot. Er, flint
Back-to-back playoff berths for Ryan mean he's plenty fine.



Andy Reid

Safe
The only question is whether or not Reid will trade Kevin Kolb in the offseason and how long they can keep Vick.



Sean Payton

Safe, duh
Under-the-radar current coordinator seems likely ... Russ Grimm, Jim Harbaugh, Mike Mularkey, Rob Ryan, Perry Fewell, Ron Rivera, 



Lovie Smith

Surprisingly safe
Did anyone think Lovie was safe heading into 2011? Yet he won the division and the Bears are white-hot. Very impressive year. 



John Harbaugh

Safe
Only thing he has to worry about is whether he has to face his bro once a year or not.



Mike Tomlin

Safe
Clearly, Tomlin's doing alright. 



Mike Smith

Safe
Weird thing is, Smith's not getting nearly enough love as a potential coach of the year candidate.



Bill Belichick

Safe
Retirement is the only way he'll ever get removed from New England. Arguably his greatest coaching job ever. 
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Posted on: September 28, 2010 3:41 pm
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