We are more than halfway through the 2009 NFL season, and this year, unlike others, it feels like the pressure has been on many coaches to get the job done from the get go this year. In today's NFL, teams have to to have instant success if a coach is to be successful and maintain a long tenure of job security; if not, it's curtains. Eric Mangini (above) has floundered in Cleveland in less than a year on the job. Jim Zorn has been fighting for his job in Washington. Rumors are swirling that Jim Mora Jr. is in trouble in year one in Seattle. Meanwhile, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Buffalo, and Carolina could all be looking for a new voice after a disappointing 2009. Here is a list of coaches who are available, and where they could end up when another coaching carousel begins in January. Be ...
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Article written by Michael Cohen