The NFL has officially made its coaching appointments for 2023. We finally know where all of the big names will be playing for the upcoming season after another round of coaching carousel.
There will be coaches fired throughout the league each year. It pertains to the company. Teams hire coaches in an effort to alter the dynamic and culture of the squad, but occasionally things don’t go as planned.
Consider the Denver Broncos as an example this season. After only a single season with the team, Nathaniel Hackett was let go. Vic Fangio’s underwhelming performance led to his hiring, and he was handed the fantastic opportunity to lead a Broncos squad that appeared to have found their franchise quarterback in Russell Wilson.
He failed badly, though. One of the weakest offenses in the league was that of the Broncos. After dismissing Hackett in the middle of the year, their offense gradually got better, and now they think they’ve found the right player.
Russell Wilson the last 2 weeks
(Without Nathaniel Hackett)
2 INTs (1 tipped)
Revenge SZN is gonna be sweet next year pic.twitter.com/ey19yKtVNq
Michael (@RespectMyCos) January 9, 2023
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NFL Coaching Hires Around the League:
1. Denver Broncos – Sean Payton
The Broncos were sure to appoint Payton as their coach since he was thought to be the best candidate available. They had to trade their 2023 first-round pick (their 30th overall pick) and a 2024 second for him and 2024 third, so it did end up costing them quite a little.
Given Payton’s track record and the way he has described the mentality he would bring to the squad, the price may very well be justified given the benefits.
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2. Houston Texans – DeMeco Ryans
After Payton, DeMeco Ryans was another well-known name that was mentioned. With Robert Saleh, Mike LaFleur, and Mike McDaniel, we’ve already seen how successful the Kyle Shanahan coaching tree is, from which Ryans’s hails.
Ryans can be the culture-redefining coach that the Texans sorely need. He has a significant rebuilding job to do, but he also has the second and 12th overall picks in this year’s NFL draught and the sixth-most cap space at his disposal.
DeMeco Ryans arriving to the #Texans with his family pic.twitter.com/i1CsJ3VuSE
Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) February 3, 2023
3. Carolina Panthers – Frank Reich
Even if his tenure with the Colts didn’t go as smoothly as he’d wanted, Frank Reich had a decent enough run with the Philadelphia Eagles to merit some notice this summer.
Reich will inject some ferocity into a Panthers club that is struggling to find its identity. He will have a difficult fight, but the Panther team is young and well-equipped.
4. Arizona Cardinals – Jonathan Gannon
5. Indianapolis Colts – Shane Steichen