This particular NFL offseason has been crazy and might be the craziest ever surrounding NFL coaches.  Bill Belichick, Jim Harbaugh, Pete Carroll, and Mike Vrabel are all still out there as potential head coaching candidates.  Several teams have vacancies more than usual it seems like.  The Dallas Cowboys announced that Mike McCarthy will return as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys for his fifth and final year on his contract.  It was shocking to some but not to many Cowboy fans like my partner MJ.  It will be interesting to see what happens with Nick Sirianni moving forward as head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles.  Below is my quick take on this as seen in The Times Union:
The NFL coaching carousel does not get rolling until Dallas and Philadelphia decide if they are going to fire Mike McCarthy and Nick Sirianni.  Once those decisions are made it will start a domino effect starting with Bill Belichick who can literally coach any team he wants. When you have 6 Super Bowl championships on your resume you will get first pick. Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh is the second in command because he will almost assuredly leave Ann Harbor after winning a National Title and return to the NFL.
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It seems like Bill Belichick will end up with either the Atlanta Falcons or the Los Angeles Chargers.  It is a new era in New England as the Patriots hired Jerod Mayo as their new head coach for the first time in 24 years.  Belichick and Harbaugh will dictate how the rest of the coaching carousel will go in the next few weeks.

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