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After the most expensive team in NFL history was booed off the field Sunday after a loss to the New York Giants, Norv Turner must have seen it coming. It didn't take long – he was fired Monday for failing to live up to expectations with a team once considered a Super Bowl favorite.

Turner, in his seventh season with the team, leaves with a 49-59-1 record and one trip to the playoffs. He fought back tears as he said goodbye.

"I've obviously been put in a good position to have an opportunity to win," Turner said. "This team has a chance to be 10-6. That's a disappointment to me. There's part of me that would like to be a part of it. There's part of me that understands why it's necessary to make a change right now." Enter

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