Labor clues in coaching moves

If owners decide not to seek out big names, expect unrest on CBA front

Originally Published: December 1, 2010
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

Were this a normal year, 10 or 11 coaches would be on hot seats.

This isn't a normal year because of the possibility of a lockout in March, so it's hard to judge the temperature on those hot seats. One thing is for sure: How owners handle coaching issues will tip off whether the NFL will get a collective bargaining agreement with players before March or if they are resigned to having a lengthy labor fight.

Minnesota, Dallas, Carolina, Cincinnati, San Francisco, Denver, ...

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