List of current NFL head coaches (Updated 2022)

Who are the current head coaches that will be leading the 32 NFL franchises when the 2022 NFL season begins later this year?

With another offseason involving big changes, who are the current 32 NFL head coaches in 2022? Which coaches have been around for a while, and who are the new names to know?

Current NFL head coaches

With the 2022 NFL season officially underway, there are a number of new faces running NFL franchises. Here are the current NFL head coaches around the AFC and NFC. New head coaches for this season are marked with an asterisk.

AFC head coaches

  • Baltimore Ravens | John Harbaugh
  • Buffalo Bills | Sean McDermott
  • Cincinnati Bengals | Zac Taylor
  • Cleveland Browns | Kevin Stefanski
  • Denver Broncos | Nathaniel Hackett*
  • Houston Texans | Lovie Smith*
  • Indianapolis Colts | Jeff Saturday (Interim)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars | Doug Pederson*
  • Kansas City Chiefs | Andy Reid
  • Las Vegas Raiders | Josh McDaniels*
  • Los Angeles Chargers | Brandon Staley
  • Miami Dolphins | Mike McDaniel*
  • New England Patriots | Bill Belichick
  • New York Jets | Robert Saleh
  • Pittsburgh Steelers | Mike Tomlin
  • Tennessee Titans | Mike Vrabel

NFC head coaches

  • Arizona Cardinals | Kliff Kingsbury
  • Atlanta Falcons | Arthur Smith
  • Carolina Panthers | Steve Wilks (Interim)
  • Chicago Bears | Matt Eberflus*
  • Dallas Cowboys | Mike McCarthy
  • Detroit Lions | Dan Campbell
  • Green Bay Packers | Matt LaFleur
  • Los Angeles Rams | Sean McVay
  • Minnesota Vikings | Kevin O’Connell*
  • New Orleans Saints | Dennis Allen*
  • New York Giants | Brian Daboll*
  • Philadelphia Eagles | Nick Sirianni
  • San Francisco 49ers | Kyle Shanahan
  • Seattle Seahawks | Pete Carroll
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Todd Bowles
  • Washington Commanders | Ron Rivera

Which teams have new NFL head coaches for the 2022 season

After the 2021 NFL season, there was a large number of head coaching opportunities that opened. 10 teams searched for new head coaches, a figure that tied the NFL record previously set in 2006, 1997, and 1978. Those teams were the Houston Texans, Chicago Bears, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants, Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins, Denver Broncos, New Orleans Saints, Las Vegas Raiders, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The last team to name their head coach was the Texans. After moving on from one-year HC David Culley, Houston promoted defensive coordinator Lovie Smith. He is the Texans’ third head coach in the last three years.

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