Ken Whisenhunt and general manager Rod Graves are out, according to a team source reports NFL.com Ian Rapoport.
Buffalo Bills: Coach Chan Gailey was let go after three seasons that went nowhere in Buffalo. The defense and quarterback play never improved. It's unclear if general manager Buddy Nix will remain.
Chicago Bears: In the first mild surprise of the day, coach Lovie Smith was fired after three playoff appearances in nine years, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported. General manager Phil Emery took the job last year and will hire his own man.
Cleveland Browns: The team announced Monday morning that coach Pat Shurmur and GM Tom Heckert are both out. They never had much of a chance once new owner Jimmy Haslam bought the team.
Kansas City Chiefs: Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt announced the team has parted ways with coach Romeo Crennel. The team said it has not made a final decision about GM Scott Pioli's status. NFL.com's Steve Wyche reported Sundaythat the Chiefs are expected to retain Pioli despite a disastrous season.
Philadelphia Eagles: Owner Jeffrey Lurie confirmed Monday morning that coach Andy Reidis out after 14 seasons in Philadelphia. The Eagles won't waste any time starting a coaching search.