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Brian Billick on the evolution of coaching in the NFL.
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Welcome coach speak but you buy -- that make -- great well black Monday in the National Football League the Monday following the last regular season game. If for all of us coaches what your ball. Whether it's Hugh -- and when you care about it's not a good day because so many lives changed on black money I want to list of these numbers. Since Andy Reid and we know that Andy Reid has been let go after fourteen years. Head coach the Philadelphia Eagles I was hired in the same year 1999 Andy Reid. Since Andy and I were hired in 1999. Up to this year they've -- a 104. Head coaching changes during that period of time. That's stunning to me when you think about other turn over in this league the demands obviously when you look at the list of characters or coaches there were on the hot seat. Also on that list were guys like Dennis Allen in Oakland and Mike Malarkey in Jacksonville they've been head coaches where they're at 41. Year the expectations that we have for our coaches. In this league is unbelievable and turn over Morrissey and again there's more firings that are gonna come. We recognize that in addition we're also seeing the changing personality these organizations because there's -- many GMs being fired we've talked about many times. This has become GM sleep. They're looking for that brilliant offensive or defensive coordinator that can come and call -- general managers now have all the authority with the cap with acquiring personnel the skill set they're looking for -- head coaches has changed but with that comes responsibility that's -- you're seeing more more general managers getting fired because that bullseye -- gone in many instances from the head coach. To the general manager Duke coach -- brought you buy Pizza -- making great.