By Jahmal Corner, Reuters
Published: 14:06 GMT, 1 January 2019 | Updated: 14:06 GMT, 1 January 2019
The National Football League is under the microscope for a lack of minority head coaches after a recent slew of firings in the league.
Only two African American head coaches and one general manager remain after multiple coaches were axed on Monday following the end of the regular season.
Marvin Lewis left the top job at the Cincinnati Bengals, one of six head coaches ditched within 12 hours of the end of the regular season as teams acted swiftly in the wake of disappointing campaigns.
The Cincinnati Bengals parted ways with Marvin Lewis immediately after the regular season
'Not a good look for diversity today in the NFL,' NFL Network's Jim Trotter tweeted on Tuesday.
'In 2006, when Commissioner Goodell was hired, there were seven minority coaches and four minority general managers. Today there are three minority HCs and 1 minority GM after Ozzie (Newsome) retires.'