2020 offseason coaching, G.M. and front office tracker

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Here’s a one stop look at all coaching, G.M. and front office moves, interviews, rumors, etc. for the 2020 cycle.

Atlanta: The Falcons announced head coach Dan Quinn and General Manager Thomas Dimitroff would return ahead of Week 17.

Carolina: Fired Ron Rivera with four games left in the regular season. Perry Fewell was the interim head coach and is expected to interview for the job. Interviewed former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy. Requested permission to interview Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. Requested permission to interview Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. Eric Bieniemy will interview Jan. 2. Will interview Vikings offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski on Jan. 9 in Minnesota. Interviewed Baylor head coach Matt Rhule on Jan. 6. Planned to interview McDaniels on Jan. 7. Gave Rhule a seven-year contract to become head coach on Jan. 7.

Cleveland: Fired Freddie Kitchens on December 29. Fired General Manager John Dorsey on December 31. Requested permission to interview Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. Requested permission to interview Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman. Requested permission to interview 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh. Plan to interview former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy, along with bringing Vikings offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski back again this year. Requested permission to interview Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll. 49ers passing game coordinator Mike LaFleur is expected to interview with the Browns and 49ers run game coordinator Mike McDaniel may also meet with the team. Baylor head coach Matt Rhule reportedly declined an interview request. Requested permission to interview Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. Set to interview McCarthy Jan. 2. Set to interview Saleh. Set to interview Daboll Jan. 6. Interviewing Roman on Jan. 2. Interviewing Bieniemy on Jan. 3. Set to interview McDaniels on Jan. 10. Requested permission to interview Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz. Interviewed Schwartz on Jan. 8. Interviewed Stefanski on Jan. 9.

Dallas: Made no move immediately after Week 17. Head coach Jason Garrett meeting with ownership on December 30. Garrett will meet with the front office for a second time Dec. 31. Garrett’s second meeting ended with no resolution to his status. Interviewed former Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis. Interviewed former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy. Lewis and McCarthy interviews took place before any announcement was made regarding Garrett’s status. Informed Garrett he will not return to team on Jan. 5. Announced Garrett will not return on Jan. 5. Reached an agreement with Mike McCarthy to be the next head coach on Jan. 6.

Detroit: Announced head coach Matt Patricia and General Manager Bob Quinn would return on December 17.

Jacksonville: Fired executive vice president of football operations Tom Coughlin on December 18. The team denied a December 28 report that they decided to fire head coach Doug Marrone. Announced Marrone and General Manager Dave Caldwell will remain in their roles in 2020.

New York Giants: Fired Pat Shurmur on December 30. Requested permission to interview Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. Requested permission to interview Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. Requested permission to interview Cowboys defensive passing game coordinator Kris Richard. Reportedly set to interview former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy. Requested permission to interview Ravens defensive coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale. Requested permission to interview Patriots special teams coach Joe Judge. Eric Bieniemy will interview Jan. 4. Set to interview Richard Jan. 2, McCarthy Jan. 3 and Martindale Jan. 4. Judge will interview Jan. 6. Set to interview Baylor head coach Matt Rhule Jan. 7. Set to interview McDaniels Jan. 8. Team announced it completed an interview with Patriots assistant Joe Judge on Jan. 6. Hired Judge on Jan. 7.

Washington: Fired Jay Gruden after an 0-5 start to the season. Set to interview former Panthers head coach Ron Rivera on December 30 and believed to have strong interest in hiring him. Fired team president Bruce Allen on December 30. Expanded the role of senior vice president of football operations/general counsel Eric Schaffer. Rivera agreed to become their head coach on December 31.