As clouds uncertainty begin to hover over a myriad of head coaches in this the final regular season Sunday of NFL action, one of the names spoken of the most as not having a job very shortly is that of Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz.
Since the team was mathematically eliminated from playoff contention Sunday, the speculation began as to whether or not the coach would be back for 2014.
On Sunday morning, there were conflicting reports from all over the media world. Some said it was a definite that Schwartz would be looking for employment as early as Monday, while some even pointed out that he may have a slight prayer at one more chance next season to get this talented group back on track.
Well, you can add the always credible, FOX’s Jay Glazer to the list of people that believe Schwartz will be gone.
According to Glazer, team ownership will meet on Black Monday and they will ultimately be showing their head coach the door:
“We knew it was playoffs or bust,” Glazer said. “They did not make the playoffs. Ownership will meet about him tomorrow (Monday) morning. Jim Schwartz will be out.”