The coaching carousel is spinning again, with Ben McAdoo already fired and a number of NFL head coaches sure to follow him out the door after their seasons finish Sunday.
Hue Jackson, Browns: Owner Jimmy Haslam has said that he intends to keep Jackson, even after a 1-15 2016 season and a 2017 year that likely will not see a win.
Dirk Koetter, Bucs: Tampa made a run at Jon Gruden, who may be headed to Oakland instead. Without their top choice, the Bucs reportedly will stick with Koetter, who led the team to a surprising 9-7 run last year but this year has fallen all the way to 4-11.
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Jack Del Rio, Raiders: He got an extension last offseason, and he appears safe despite a disappointing 6-9 year. Yet, if Gruden wants a return to the sidelines, that could change fast.
7. Christian Hackenberg, QB, Penn State: Who is ready to ignore the past two seasons and bank on Hackenberg’s impressive 2013 in Bill O’Brien’s NFL-style offense being a true sign of his potential?
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8. Dak Prescott, QB, Mississippi State: Is the polar opposite of Hackenberg in that he thrived in the spread offense, and the question is whether his game will translate to the NFL. It will be interesting to see which of these two quarterbacks is the one selected after Cook on Friday night. Both are possibilities for the Jets.
9. Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama: The Heisman Trophy winner will be the second running David Krejci Authentic Jersey back taken in the draft after the Cowboys grabbed Ezekiel Elliott at No. 4. Henry’s drop shows the devaluation of running backs in the NFL, and the questions surrounding those who come from Alabama.