List of current National Football League head coaches

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Andy Reid has been the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles since 1999.

There are currently 32 head coaches in the National Football League (NFL). There were 11 head coaching changes during or immediately following the 2008 season, setting an NFL record.[1]

Andy Reid of the Philadelphia Eagles has been with his team since the 1999 NFL season, longer than any other current head coach. Bill Belichick has won the Super Bowl three times with his current team, the New England Patriots, making him the leader among all current head coaches.[2] The other four current coaches that have led their team to a Super Bowl victory are Tom Coughlin of the New York Giants, Mike Tomlin of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Sean Payton of the New Orleans Saints, and Mike McCarthy of the Green Bay Packers.[3] Five head coaches (Bill Belichick, Sean Payton, Andy Reid, Lovie Smith, and Mike Smith) have won the AP Coach of the Year Award for coaching their current team.[4]

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Coaches

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John Harbaugh, the current head coach of the Baltimore Ravens.
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Bill Belichick has won three Super Bowls with the New England Patriots, more than any other active coach.
TeamCoachYear
hired[N 1]
RecordWinning
percentage
AccomplishmentsPrevious coachRef
Arizona CardinalsWhisenhunt, KenKen Whisenhunt200740-40.5001 NFC Championship
2 NFC West Championships
2 Playoff Berths
Green, DennisDennis Green[5]
Atlanta FalconsSmith, MikeMike Smith200843-21.6721 NFC South Championship
3 Playoff Berths
1 AP Coach of the Year Award
Petrino, BobbyBobby Petrino[N 2][6]
Baltimore RavensHarbaugh, JohnJohn Harbaugh200844-20.6881 AFC North Championship
4 Playoff Berths
Billick, BrianBrian Billick[7]
Buffalo BillsGailey, ChanChan Gailey201028-36.437
Jauron, DickDick Jauron[N 3]
Carolina PanthersRivera, RonRon Rivera20116-10.375Fox, JohnJohn Fox[8]
Chicago BearsSmith, LovieLovie Smith200471-57.5551 NFC Championship
3 NFC North Championships
3 Playoff Berths
1 AP Coach of the Year Award
Jauron, DickDick Jauron[9]
Cincinnati BengalsLewis, MarvinMarvin Lewis200369-74-1.4862 AFC North Championships
3 Playoff Berths
1 AP Coach of the Year Award
LeBeau, DickDick LeBeau[10]
Cleveland BrownsShurmur, PatPat Shurmur20114-12.250Mangini, EricEric Mangini
Dallas CowboysGarrett, JasonJason Garrett2010[N 4]13-11.542Phillips, WadeWade Phillips[13]
Denver BroncosFox, JohnJohn Fox201181-79.5061 NFC Championship
3 NFC South Championships
1 AFC West Championship
3 Playoff Berths
McDaniels, JoshJosh McDaniels[N 5][15]
Detroit LionsSchwartz, JimJim Schwartz200918-30.3751 Playoff BerthsMarinelli, RodRod Marinelli[16]
Green Bay PackersMcCarthy, MikeMike McCarthy200663-33.6531 Super Bowl Championship
1 NFC Championship
2 NFC North Championship
4 Playoff Berths
Sherman, MikeMike Sherman[17]
Houston TexansKubiak, GaryGary Kubiak200647-49.4901 AFC South Championship
1 Playoff Berths
Capers, DomDom Capers[18]
Indianapolis ColtsPagano, ChuckChuck Pagano20120-0.000Caldwell, JimJim Caldwell[19]
Jacksonville JaguarsMularkey, MikeMike Mularkey201214-18.438Del Rio, JackJack Del Rio[20]
Kansas City ChiefsCrennel, RomeoRomeo Crennel201226-41.388Haley, ToddTodd Haley[21]
Miami DolphinsPhilbin, JoeJoe Philbin20120-0.000Sparano, TonyTony Sparano[22]
Minnesota VikingsFrazier, LeslieLeslie Frazier2010[N 6]6-16.272Childress, BradBrad Childress[25]
New England PatriotsBelichick, BillBill Belichick2000175-97.6433 Super Bowl Championships
5 AFC Championships
9 AFC East Championships
10 Playoff Berths
2 AP Coach of the Year Awards
Carroll, PetePete Carroll[2]
New Orleans SaintsPayton, SeanSean Payton200662-34.6461 Super Bowl Championship
1 NFC Championship
3 NFC South Championships
3 Playoff Berths
1 AP Coach of the Year Award
Haslett, JimJim Haslett[26]
New York GiantsCoughlin, TomTom Coughlin2004142-114.5552 Super Bowl Championships
2 NFC Championships
3 NFC East Championships
2 AFC Central Championships
9 Playoff Berths
Fassel, JimJim Fassel[27]
New York JetsRyan, RexRex Ryan200928-20.5832 Playoff BerthsMangini, EricEric Mangini[28]
Oakland RaidersAllen, DennisDennis Allen20120-0.000Jackson, HueHue Jackson
Philadelphia EaglesReid, AndyAndy Reid1999126-81–1.6051 NFC Championship
5 NFC East Championships
9 Playoff Berths
1 AP Coach of the Year Award
Rhodes, RayRay Rhodes[29]
Pittsburgh SteelersTomlin, MikeMike Tomlin200755-25.6881 Super Bowl Championship
2 AFC Championship
3 AFC North Championships
4 Playoff Berths
Cowher, BillBill Cowher[3]
San Diego ChargersTurner, NorvNorv Turner2007106–113-1.4843 AFC West Championships
1 NFC East Championship
4 Playoff Berths
Schottenheimer, MartyMarty Schottenheimer[30]
San Francisco 49ersHarbaugh, JimJim Harbaugh201113-3.8131 NFC West Championship
1 Playoff Berths
|1 AP Coach Of The Year Award
Singletary, MikeMike Singletary[N 7][34]
Seattle SeahawksCarroll, PetePete Carroll201047-49.4891 AFC East Championship
1 NFC West Championship
3 Playoff Berths
Mora, Jim L.Jim L. Mora[35]
St. Louis RamsFisher, JeffJeff Fisher2012142-120.5421 AFC Championship
1 AFC Central Championship
2 AFC South Championships
6 Playoff Berths
Spagnuolo, SteveSteve Spagnuolo[36]
Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Greg SchianoGreg Schiano20120-0.000Morris, RaheemRaheem Morris[37]
Tennessee TitansMunchak, MikeMike Munchak20119-7.563Fisher, JeffJeff Fisher
Washington RedskinsShanahan, MikeMike Shanahan2010154-110.5832 Super Bowl Championships
2 AFC Championships
3 AFC West Championships
7 Playoff Berths
Zorn, JimJim Zorn[38]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Each year is linked to an article about that particular NFL season.
  2. ^ Bobby Petrino resigned after Week 14 of the 2007 NFL season, causing assistant coach Emmitt Thomas to be appointed as the interim coach for the remainder of the season.
  3. ^ Dick Jauron was fired 9 games into the 2009 NFL season, causing defensive coordinator Perry Fewell to be appointed as the interim coach for the remainder of the season.
  4. ^ Jason Garrett, who was the Cowboys assistant head coach, was named as the interim coach of the Dallas Cowboys on November 9, 2010 after head coach Wade Phillips was fired mid-season after a 45-7 loss to the Green Bay Packers making the Cowboys 1-7 on the season.[11] Jason Garrett was hired as the full-time head coach following the season. [12]
  5. ^ Josh McDaniels was fired after week 13 of 2010 and RB coach Eric Studesville was named as the interim head coach. [14]
  6. ^ Leslie Frazier, who was the Vikings Defensive Coordinator, was named as the interim head coach of the Minnesota Vikings on November 22, 2010 after head coach Brad Childress was fired mid-season after a 31-3 loss to the Green Bay Packers making the Vikings 3-7 on the season.[23] Leslie Frazier was hired as the full-time head coach following the season. [24]
  7. ^ Mike Singletary was originally hired as the interim coach for the 2008 NFL season, after head coach Mike Nolan was fired mid-season.[31] After the 2008 season ended, San Francisco hired Singletary as their full-time head coach.[32] Singletary was fired on December 26, 2010, following a 25-17 loss to the St. Louis Rams and defensive line coach Jim Tomsula served as interim head coach for the rest of the season.[33]

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