Jags get a coach; Raiders lose one; Jets change OCs

The NFL coaching carousel was in full swing late Tuesday, and the Jets, Raiders and Jaguars made the biggest moves. The Jaguars hired Mike Mularkey, the Jetsare losing offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer (Tony Sparano is his likely replacement) and the Raiders fired Hue Jackson. Stay tuned to NFL Network on Wednesday for the latest news and reaction.

Here's what else is on tap for Wednesday:

» Jeff Darlington writes that Rex Ryan and Tony Sparano can offer each other what each man lacks -- for Ryan, humility; for Sparano, swagger.

» The firing of Jackson wasn't the only news from newly hired Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie's first press conference Tuesday: Owner Mark Davis said the team might consider a move to Los Angeles.

» Champ Bailey, Haloti Ngata and Jermichael Finley talk about the challenges of their upcoming playoff games on NFL Network's "Around The League Live" on Wednesday at 5 p.m. ET.

» If you missed Sunday's wild Steelers-Broncos game, or Saturday's offensive explosion by the Saints against the Detroit Lions, NFL Network has you covered, with enhanced replays of both games featuring sound from NFL Films. Pittsburgh-Denver will air Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET, and Lions-Saints will air Thursday at midnight ET.

» Dave Dameshek faces his toughest challenge yet after being forced to include his beloved Steelersin the latest Shame Report.

» Tim Tebow's celebrity is skyrocketing. Can a biopic be far behind? And what if Tebow married a celebrity and they spawned? We explore what their children would look like in our photo gallery.

On NFL Network
"NFL Replay" will re-air the Broncos' 29-23 OT win over the Steelers on Wednesday, Jan. 11 at 8 p.m. ET.

» Romeo Crennel joined "Around The League" to explain why he feels lucky to get a second chance as an NFL head coach after having his interim tag removed in Kansas City.

» The February issue of NFL Magazine will feature an exclusive interview with the controversial Ndamukong Suh, a profile of Aaron Rodgers, pivotal playoff moments and more.

» Happy birthday to former Dolphins offensive lineman Richmond Webb, who turns 45 Wednesday. Also celebrating a birthday is Raiders tight end Kevin Boss, who turns 28.

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