NFL head-coaching carousel: Who's fired, who's hired, more

— -- We're tracking all the movement in the NFL's firing-and-hiring season.

The job in Indianapolis is still available, while other openings already have been filled and others in New York and Detroit are expected to be made official soon. Here is everything you need to know about the coaching carousel.

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Open jobs

Indianapolis Colts

  • Wells/Wolfe:? Which is the better job, Colts or Titans?
  • Wells: Latest in coaching search: Baylor's Matt Rhule interviewed
  • Wells: Pagano's former assistants not waiting for Colts to name new coach
  • News: Irsay thinks Andrew Luck will be healthy for new Colts coach
  • Jobs expected to be filled

    Detroit Lions

  • Reiss:? Patricia savors likely final home game as Patriots DC
  • Rothstein:? Familiarity, NFL lineage and Patriots influence are why Patricia makes sense in Detroit
  • Video:? Saturday all-in on Patricia as Lions' coach
  • New York Giants

    Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur is expected to be named the Giants' new head coach this week, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The expectation is that a deal could be done by Tuesday. He would join new general manager Dave Gettleman, who was? hired?after the team? fired former head coach Ben McAdoo and GM Jerry Reese toward the end of a 3-13 season.

  • News: Shumur set to be named Giants coach
  • Raanan:? What Shurmur would mean for the Giants' quarterback position
  • Raanan: Mike Zimmer -- Shurmur will be 'successful' head coach wherever he lands
  • Filled jobs

    Arizona Cardinals

    The Cardinals named Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks their next head coach on Monday. He replaces Bruce Arians,? who retired?after five seasons in Arizona.

  • News: Cardinals choose Panthers DC Steve Wilks as new coach
  • Transcript: Arians gives tearful goodbye, says 'it's been a great ride'
  • Chicago Bears

  • Dickerson: Brad Childress: Nagy aggressive as a playcaller
  • Wells: Nagy's comfort with Bears 'quite a statement' considering his ties to Colts GM
  • Dickerson: Nagy's fortunes hinge on Mitchell Trubisky
  • Teicher: Five things to know about Nagy
  • Dickerson:? Fox's legacy will be defined by a historic lack of production
  • Oakland Raiders

  • Gutierrez: Gruden -- Raiders looking to 'unlock the greatness' in Derek Carr
  • Barnwell: Can Gruden revive the Raiders again? Answering questions on his return
  • Gutierrez: Gruden welcomed back to Raiders 16 years after exit
  • Staff: How the Raiders welcomed back Gruden: Updates from the scene
  • Gutierrez: Gruden never wanted to leave the Raiders -- and now he's back
  • Gutierrez: Would Gruden follow the steps of Dick Vermeil -- or Mike Ditka?
  • Tennessee Titans

  • Wolfe: Vrabel was always Jon Robinson's choice, a CEO coach to guide Titans
  • Jobs that won't come open despite coaches on the hot seat

    Cincinnati Bengals

  • Terrell:? Bengals are bringing back Lewis, but changes still need to be made
  • Cleveland Browns

  • McManamon:? Jackson apologizes for winning only one game over two seasons
  • McManamon:? Haslam sees Jackson going from 0-16 goat to future hero
  • Dallas Cowboys

  • Archer: Change likely coming to Cowboys coaching staff, but how much?
  • Archer: Cowboys know dangers of team making in-season coaching change
  • Denver Broncos

  • Legwold: Elway starts 2018 work by keeping Joseph
  • Houston Texans

    New York Jets

  • Cimini:? New deal means Bowles can say goodbye to hot seat (kind of)
  • Robbins:? Jets players pleased with stability that Bowles' extension brings
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • News:? Koetter says he's grateful ownership retained him
  • Laine:? Bucs opt for stability with Koetter, but does he deserve it?
  • Laine: Koetter won't give up play-calling; no plans to change staff