The Bears, Vikings and Broncos all fired their coaches after losing seasons and prepared to remake their franchises. In a surprising move, so did the Dolphins, who finished with a winning record.
The Monday after the N.F.L. regular season is a perilous day to be a head coach. This year, Brian Flores, Matt Nagy and Mike Zimmer all found themselves out of a job, joining Vic Fangio of the Broncos, who was dismissed a day before.
The round of firings this year encompasses several organizational tear-downs, as the Bears and the Vikings also shed
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