The NFL regular season ended Sunday and so did the jobs of several head coaches. After disappointing seasons and continually coming in last, many teams are looking for a new start in 2013.
The Kansas City Chiefs fired head coach Romeo Crennel after one full season and a record of 2-14.
The Cleveland Browns fired head coach Pat Shurmur after two seasons and a record of 9-23. They also canned their GM Tom Heckert.
The Buffalo Bills fired head coach Chan Gailey and the coaching staff after threes seasons and a record 16-32.
The Chicago Bears sent Lovie Smith walking after six years as head coach. The Bears missed the playoffs five out of the last six seasons despite going 10-6 in 2012.
The Arizona Cardinals fire Ken Whisenhunt after six years as head coach and one run to the Super Bowl. The team also fired GM Rod Graves. In 2012 the team went 5-11 after starting the season 4-0.
The San Diego Chargers said good-bye to Norv Turner after seven years as head coach and GM A.J. Smith. Turner had a record of 55-40 in his seven seasons.
After 14 years as head coach, the Philadelphia Eagles had enough of Andy Reid. The 2012 season was his worst year with the Eagles recording a 4-12 record.
While the playoff teams are getting ready for the following weeks, several teams will start the hunt for a new leader in hopes they will still be playing at this time next season.