HC John Harbaugh (Baltimore Ravens)
Yes, the Baltimore Ravens still employ John Harbaugh. However, it looks like Harbaugh’s run there is coming to an end. If the Ravens are unable to turn their season around, it will be the fourth straight year without a postseason berth.
For a franchise that has had as much success as Baltimore’s, it would likely mean a change at the end of the season.
Harbaugh boasts an impressive 99-71 record, including a Super Bowl win in 2012. He would bring a winning mentality and experience to a franchise in desperate need of structure.
DC Jim Schwartz (Philadelphia Eagles)
The Philadelphia Eagles struggles of late could move Jim Schwartz off of the radar for some front offices, but he was a crucial part to the Eagles Super Bowl run in 2017.
Schwartz was the mind behind the Eagles dominant defense last season. He has a no-nonsense attitude and has a “Belichickian” vibe during press conferences. Heck, he didn’t even comment after the Super Bowl win.
If Tampa Bay wants a head coach who focuses on the defensive side of the ball Schwartz will be one of the top candidates on the market. He has experience as a head coach too.
Schwartz spent five seasons with the Detroit Lions. He didn’t find much success there, but he could learn from his mistakes in another go-around.