We're keeping tabs on the NFL coaches and general managers who are getting pink slips on the NFL's "Black Monday."
Kansas City Chiefs
Head coach Romeo Crennel was fired by the team, chairman and CEO Clark Hunt announced in a statement on the team's website.
NFL.com and the Chicago Tribune both report head coach Lovie Smith has been fired after nine seasons in Chicago. The Bears started the season 7-1, but finished 10-6 and missed the playoffs.
Head coach Andy Reid was fired after 14 seasons, the team announced on its website.
Reid is the franchise leader in wins (140) and winning percentage (.578) and led the Eagles to six division titles and five NFC championship games. He led them to the Super Bowl in 2004.
Eagles owner Jeff Lurie put Reid on notice after last season's 8-8 record. The Eagles slumped to 4-12 this season forcing Lurie to make the move.
New York Jets
In a statement on the team's website, Jets Chairman & CEO Woody Johnson announced General Manager Mike Tannenbaum would not return. Rex Ryan will remain the team's head coach.
The Jets finished 6-10 and were in constant turmoil from the moment they acquired Tim Tebow in a trade before the season.
Tannenbaum, who signed off on Tebow trade, has two years left on his contract.
General Manager Tom Heckert and head coach Pat Shurmur have been fired, according to a statement on the team's website.
Shurmur went 9-23 in two seasons with the Browns, who have undergone almost constant change since their return to the NFL as an expansion franchise in 1999. Heckert infused Cleveland's roster with talent during three years with the team.
Chan Gailey has been fired as coach of the Buffalo Bills.
Buffalo finished 6-10, and Gailey leaves with a 16-32 record in his three seasons. There was no immediate word on the status of general manager Buddy Nix.
Jacksonville was the first team to make an official announcement. The Jaguars announced Monday morning the firing of general manager Gene Smith.
Smith had been with the team since its inception in 1994, working his way up from regional scout to general manager. He was the architect of the roster since 2009, compiling a 22-42 record and failing to acquire a single player who made the Pro Bowl.
The Associated Press Contributed to this Report