Two more NFL teams hired head coaches today. The St. Louis Rams appeared to have completed their search for a head coach, with N.Y. Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo hired to lead the Rams, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
And in Tampa Bay, a day after firing head coach Jon Gruden and general manager Bruce Allen, the Bucs have settled on hot coaching candidate Raheem Norris as Tampa Bays' head coach, according to the St. Petersburg Times.
Morris, 32, has never been a head coach and never has been a defensive coordinator since the Bucs gave him the job after Monte Kiffin moved to Tennessee to coach with his son.
With Spagnuolo now in the fold, the NFC West has all defensive coaches leading teams in the division except for Arizona, which may lead to some lower scores and even more conservative play next season.
ESPN's Mike Sando talks about how Spagnuolo could get things turned around quickly in St. Louis.