2) Mike McCoy: The former NFL quarterback has worked wonders with every NFL offense he has coached in his 12-year NFL coaching career. McCoy interviewed for the Dolphins' and Raiders' head-coaching jobs in January because of those successes. McCoy not only helped Tebow lead the Broncos to the playoffs last year, but completely rebuilt his offense around Peyton Manning this year. The results speak for themselves.
3) Jon Gruden: Gruden has a Super Bowl pedigree, is passionate about football and players love him.While many people believe that Gruden will want complete control of personnel moves, associates close to Gruden say that he has accepted the fact that full control of an NFL team is not vogue any longer. Gruden will have his choice of quite a few coaching jobs.
4) Mike Holmgren: Holmgren is a Super Bowl champion with the Packers and led the Seattle Seahawks to the Super Bowl as well. He has expressed the desire to coach again. Holmgren has the respect of the entire NFL community, but as a head coach.
5) Chip Kelly: Kelly is an offensive genius, and will bring his creative offense to the NFL. How that offense translates to the NFL stage will be very interesting to see, but at every level Kelly has coached, he has shown the ability to adapt for success.