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There are no more teams with coaching vacancies

Jan 18, 2013 at 12:08 PM--


It looks like San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman may be staying with the team after all. The final team that had a head coaching vacancy, the Arizona Cardinals, announced the hiring of Bruce Arians today.

Here is a list of the coaching changes that have taken place so far.

  • Bears: Marc Trestman replaces Lovie Smith
  • Bills: Doug Marrone replaces Chan Gailey
  • Browns: Rob Chudzinski replaces Pat Shurmur
  • Cardinals: Bruce Arians replaces Ken Whisenhunt
  • Chargers: Mike McCoy replaces Norv Turner
  • Chiefs: Andy Reid replaces Romeo Crennel
  • Eagles: Chip Kelly replaces Andy Reid
  • Jaguars: Gus Bradley replaces Mike Mularkey

It also appears as if 49ers director of player personnel Tom Gamble will remain with the team.



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