2007 NFL coaching changes

Updated: February 10, 2008, 8:50 AM ET
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2007 COACHING CHANGES
TEAM OLD COACH NEW COACH
Dolphins
Dolphins
Cam Cameron -- Story
Cameron, who needed 11 months on the job before he earned his first victory as an NFL head coach, was fired. Until Miami beat Baltimore in overtime Dec. 16, he was in danger of becoming the first coach to go 0-16.
Tony Sparano -- Story
Sparano, who had been the Cowboys' assistant head coach, worked with new Miami boss Bill Parcells when The Tuna was Dallas head coach from 2003-06.
Falcons
Falcons
Bobby Petrino -- Story
Petrino resigned before the end of the first year of a five-year contract to take the Arkansas job. His Falcons were 3-10, having to play without star QB Michael Vick, who was convicted in a dogfighting scandal.
Mike Smith -- Story
Smith has never been a head coach at any level of the game. He served the past five seasons as the Jacksonville defensive coordinator.
Ravens
Ravens
Brian Billick -- Story
Billick was fired after a nine-year run as the Ravens' head coach. He led Baltimore to the Super Bowl XXXV crown but a 5-11 mark in 2007 doomed him.
John Harbaugh -- Story
Harbaugh, who spent the 2007 season as Philadelphia's secondary coach, has never been a head coach at any level.
Redskins
Redskins
Joe Gibbs -- Story
Gibbs retired for the second time as coach of the Redskins. The Hall of Fame coach went 31-36 in his second stint, including 1-2 in the playoffs.
Jim Zorn -- Story
The former Seattle Seahawks quarterback becomes the sixth coach under Snyder, who bought the team in 1999.