NEW YORK (WTVA) - The end of the regular season means the end of the line for some NFL coaches and General Managers.
Monday morning saw the end of the Andy Reid era in Philadelphia.
The winningest head coach in the history of the Eagles was fired after 14 years on the job.
Another long time coach, Lovie Smith of the Chicago Bears, was fired after the team finished 10-6 but failed to make the playoffs.
He spent nine years as the Bears head coach.
San Diego is looking for a new head coach following the firing of Norv Turner after five years with the Chargers.
The Cleveland Browns fired head coach Pat Schurmer after two years with the team.
Kansas City coach Romeo Crennel was fired after one full year as head coach of the Chiefs.
Buffalo fired Chan Gailey after three seasons.
The Arizona Cardinals fired head coach Ken Whisenhunt.
The general managers fired Monday morning include Cleveland's Tom Heckert, Jacksonville's Gene Smith, and Mike Tannenbaum of the New York Jets, A. J. Smith of San Diego, and Arizona's Rod Graves.