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NFL Job Fair About to Break Out

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The only constant in the NFL these days is change, and all indications point to another active firing/hiring season commencing on Black Monday -- the day after the league's regular season concludes. While there were no midseason coaching dismissals in 2012, in the neighborhood of seven to 10 teams could be making a move shortly after Week 17 is in the books.

And the general manager market could be a whirlwind as well, with six to eight teams believed to be at least contemplating a move at or near the top of their front office flow chart. With so much activity about to take place, here's a team-by-team breakdown of what we think we know, with a preview look at the names of some potential coaching and general manager candidates that could be in play for those jobs....

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