2022 NFL coaching carousel tracker: Judge, Flores, Nagy, Zimmer out; updates, latest news, rumors on firings

The NFL coaching carousel is upon us with the conclusion of the regular season, as plenty of teams will begin to make decisions on the future of their franchise. The Las Vegas Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars began the process of searching for their next coach during the season with the in-season firings of Jon Gruden and Urban Meyer. (Jacksonville has already begun the process of searching for their next head coach.)

The Denver Broncos didn’t waste any time in firing Vic Fangio, making them the third team that will be looking for a new head coach in 2022. The Minnesota Vikings and Chicago bears are two other teams that made a decision on their coaches, moving on from Mike Zimmer and Matt Nagy, respectively.

With all the coaches on the move around the NFL, we’ll be tracking every single firing around the league (and the coaches who are going to be retained). To keep you up to date on the latest firings, rumors and hirings, make sure to keep tabs on the coaching tracker below.


Fired: Joe JudgeHired: TBD

Judge was a disappointing 10-23 in his two seasons as head coach and seemed like his job would be safe, at least until the Giants hired a new general manger, but the Giants dropped the hammer on Tuesday evening.

 The Giants are now in the market for a new GM and head coach after missing the playoffs for five straight seasons.


Fired: Brian FloresHired: TBD

Flores never made the playoffs in three seasons in Miami, but he’ll be one of the most sought after candidates in this hiring cycle. He’s the only head coach to start a season 1-7 and finish with a winning record (2021), as the Dolphins went 24-25 in his three seasons — with two winning campaigns. Flores went 24-18 in his final 42 games as a head coach. 

The firing of Flores is the most surprising of this head coaching cycle, even if the Dolphins never had an offense ranked above 22nd in his three seasons at the helm….


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