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As Black Monday hits, NFL Coaching vacancies cause a mad scramble and plenty of interviews. Here is a list of openings, candidates and interview requests.
The Cleveland Browns fired head coach Pat Shurmur and GM Tom Heckert.
The Bears have already asked for permission to interview Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy. He's a very, very hot name right now— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) December 31, 2012
The Bears have also received permission to interview Bucs OC Mike Sullivan for the team's head-coaching vacancy.
The Chargers may be interested in Colt's OC Bruce Arians
The Kansas City Chiefs kept GM Scott Pioli and axed head coach Romeo Crennel.
UPDATE: Oakland OC Greg Knapp let go and fired interior line coach Frank Pollack. Also LB coach Johnny Holland
Some movement for the #Raiders besides OC Greg Knapp being let go. Two more offensive coaches. Also LB coach Johnny Holland out.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 31, 2012
UPDATE 10:14 AM: Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams gets rid of VP/COO Mike Reinfeldt
UPDATE 11:35 AM: Cardinals have announced they have fired their coach Ken Whisenhunt and their GM Rod Graves.
Arizona also fired assistant head coach/line coach Russ Grimm, Offensive Coordinator Mike Miller, offensive quality control coach Chad Grimm, Quarterbacks coach John McNulty, Wide Receivers coach Frank Reich and Running Backs coach Tommie Robinson.
Cardinals president Michael Bidwill confirmed that the team will interview Andy Reid and Broncos OC Mike McCoy for the team's head-coaching vacancy.
Update 4:30 PM: Titans keeping head coach Mike Munchak & GM Webster
The Detroit Lions fired three assistant coaches -- Wide Receivers coach Shawn Jefferson, Running Backs coach Sam Gash and Tight Ends coach Tim Lappano.
The Jets and Jaguars asked to interview 49ers Director of player personnel Tom Gamble for a GM position.
UPDATE 9:30 PM: The Bills will interview Cardinals DC Ray Horton for the team's head-coaching vacancy.
Adam Caplan reports that Oregon head coach Chip Kelly is the Browns' "clear No. 1 choice" for the team's head-coaching vacancy.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Browns and Bills will interview Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone for their head-coaching vacancies.
Updating a previous item, the Eagles will interview Falcons OC Dirk Koetter, DC Mike Nolan, and Special Teams coordinator Keith Armstrong for their head-coach
Eagles will interview Falcons DC Mike Nolan for the team's head-coaching vacancy on Friday.
Report: Five candidates on Eagles’ owner Jeff Lurie's list -- Penn State coach Bill O’Brien, Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter, 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman, Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, and Oregon coach Chip Kelly.
Mike Shanahan suggests his son Kyle is off limits until Redskins’ season ends
Stay tuned throughout the day for updates.