Ritual plays out as NFL absorbs Black Monday toll
- Updated: Jan. 1, 2013 at 04:15 a.m.
The final toll from Black Monday was seven coaches and six executives. But the intrigue is far from over, as many teams now have vacancies at the top, and competition is keen for top candidates. Keep up with all the changes in the coming weeks on NFL Network, and on NFL.com's Head Coach/GM Tracker.
Here's what else is on tap for Tuesday:
» Get a head start on Tuesday's football talk with "NFL AM" beginning at 6 a.m. ET on NFL Network. Don't miss the first in-depth analysis of all four matchups on Wild Card Weekend.
» Michael Lombardi surveys the smoky landscape of Black Monday in his Front Office View column.
» Ian Rapoport ranks the coaching vacancies, from most- to least-desirable.
» The Denver Broncos closed out the 2012 NFL regular season like thoroughbreds, coming from behind to capture the top spot in the NFL.com Power Poll. See where our experts ranked your team.
» Elliot Harrison offers his final detailed, 1-32 Power Rankings.
» Bucky Brooks has bad news for some of the worst teams in the NFL: There are no quick-fix QBs in this year's draft.
» Make sure to vote for the week's top plays and players, including Rookie of the Week, Air and Ground Performers of the Week, and Never Say Never Moment of the Week.
» You've got a clean slate for your fantasy team in the postseason. Start over by playing the NFL Fantasy Playoff Challenge for free for a chance to win a trip to Super Bowl XLVIII in New York.
» Happy birthday to Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch, who turns 28 on Tuesday, and to New York Giants wide receiver Ramses Barden, who turns 27.