NFL Black Monday

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In the National Football League, Black Monday is considered to be the Monday immediately following the last Sunday of the regular season.[1][2] It is on this day that a plethora of head coach firings occur. It is also the first day that teams searching for a head coach may request permission to interview coaches on teams that are in the playoffs, providing they have a bye in the first week of the playoffs.

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