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Every coach dismissed after the 2018 season in the NFL on Black Monday

Nfl Coaches Fired In 2018 : Even though the NFL regular season is ended, individuals are still getting sacked.

With the end of the 2018 regular season for non-playoff teams comes the famed “Black Monday” pink-slip extravaganza, when most teams looking to make a leadership change fire their head coach.

It tends to happen swiftly, with at least six teams announcing firings before 10 a.m. E.T. this year.

The following are the coaches who were laid off on Monday:

Todd Bowles is the head coach of the New York Jets

Todd Bowles

Todd Bowles’ stint with the New York Jets came to an end a few hours after the team’s season ended with a 38-3 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday.

Bowles, 54, was recruited in January 2015 after Rex Ryan was sacked by the New York Jets.

The Jets got off to a good start under Bowles, who led them to a 10-6 record in his first season, but they missed the playoffs by a whisker in Year 1 and then fell short in each of the following seasons.

In a statement, Jets Chairman and CEO Christopher Johnson said, “I would like to thank coach Bowles for his service to the New York Jets for the last four years.” “After carefully assessing the circumstances, I have come to the conclusion that this is the best course of action for the organisation.” I wish Todd, Taneka, and their family nothing but the best.”

Denver Broncos’ Vance Joseph

Vance Joseph

Vance Joseph was fired by the Denver Broncos after back-to-back double-digit losing seasons.

After his team’s 6-10 season, Joseph met with general manager John Elway on Monday and was fired with two years and nearly $6 million left on his contract.

After the Broncos’ 23-9 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday, Joseph admitted that a two-season record of 11-21 wasn’t good enough by Broncos standards.

There were more than 12,000 no-shows at Mile High Stadium.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter

Dirk KoetterThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ coach, Dirk Koetter, was fired late Sunday night, just over three hours after his team’s disastrous season ended with a 34-32 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

When Tampa Bay fired Lovie Smith in January 2016, Koetter was elevated from offensive coordinator to his first NFL head coaching post.

He led the Bucs to a 9-7 record that season, but then went on to finish 5-11 the next two seasons.

During his postgame news conference on Sunday, he remarked, “Whatever is going to happen is going to happen, and that’s just the way this industry works.

” “Even if this is the last one for me, I am grateful for the chance they offered me.

” Being a head football coach in the NFL is a dream come true. Coaching in the NFL is an incredible experience. It’s the pinnacle of excellence.”

After meeting with team ownership, Koetter was fired with a 19-29 record.

Bucs co-chairman Joel Glazer stated in a statement, “We really appreciate Dirk’s hard work and commitment over the past several years.”

Adam Gase is the head coach of the Miami Dolphins

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After three seasons as coach of the Miami Dolphins, including a 7-9 record this season, Adam Gase was dismissed on Monday.

In a text message to The Associated Press on Monday, Gase confirmed his firing.

After a 23-26 season with the Dolphins, owner Stephen Ross made the decision to fire Gase.

For the 15th time in the previous 17 seasons, the Dolphins will miss the playoffs.

Arizona Cardinals’ Steve Wilks

Steve Wilks

Coach Steve Wilks of the Arizona Cardinals informed his staff on Monday that he will not be returning to the team, according to the Arizona Republic.

Wilks was fired after finishing the season with a 3-13 record, tying the franchise record for the fewest victories in a season since the team relocated to the state.

He earlier told The Republic of his job security, “I entered into this organisation with honesty and, if that time comes, I am going to walk away with integrity.”

Cincinnati Bengals’ Marvin Lewis

Marvin LewisCoach Marvin Lewis was sacked by the Cincinnati Bengals after 16 years with the organisation, ending the league’s second-longest head coaching tenure.

Lewis leaves Cincinnati with the poorest postseason record of any NFL coach, going 0-7 in the playoffs.

Since the 1990 season, the Bengals haven’t won a postseason game, tying Washington for the fifth-longest drought in league history.

After a third straight losing season marked by falling attendance, change-resistant owner Mike Brown decided to part ways with Lewis.

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