Here Are The Four NFL Coaches Who Got Fired On "Black Monday"
The day after the last game of the NFL regular season has certainly earned its nickname.
The NFL regular season concluded Sunday with 12 teams advancing to the playoffs and 20 teams beginning their offseason. The day after the regular season ends is known as "Black Monday," due to the usual mass firing of head coaches who have not proven themselves worthy of the role, the glory, and/or the money. This year's exodus offered no surprises; these personnel changes were all obvious by Thanksgiving. Here are the four coaches who will start the 2015 season in a new job, and one who will hang on to his position for at least one more year.