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Documenting potential dismissals spreads SC reporters from coast to coast

The SportsCenter studio will be hopping all day as news of potential NFL coaching dismissals circulates. (Joe Faraoni/ESPN Images)
The SportsCenter studio will be hopping all day as news of potential NFL coaching dismissals circulates. (Joe Faraoni/ESPN Images)

Monday’s SportsCenter will have reporters on-site from at least six team headquarters for what is traditionally a day of coaching dismissals in the National Football League. Last year there were five NFL head coaches let go on the Monday following the league’s final regular-season weekend. Coverage and in-studio analysis begins at 8 a.m. ET with anchor Kevin Negandhi at the helm.

Throw in Michigan’s coaching search (reporter Michele Steele in Ann Arbor with Big Ten reporter Dan Murphy) and the countdown to the first-ever College Football Playoff and suffice to say, SportsCenter will be mandatory viewing.

Monday Locations for SC NFL Reporters

Atlanta Falcons, reporter Britt McHnery

Cleveland Browns, NFL Nation Browns reporter Jeremy Fowler

New York Jets, reporter Rich Cimini

Chicago Bears, ESPN Chicago Bears reporter Michael Wright

Washington Redskins, NFL Nation Redskins reporter John Keim

San Francisco 49ers, NFL Nation 49ers reporter Paul Gutierrez

Analysts scheduled to appear include: Adam Schefter, Chris Mortensen, John Clayton, Tim Hasselbeck, Louis Riddick, Jerome Bettis and Eric Allen
*Coverage subject to change

Also, don’t forget:

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