UNDATED (WHTC) -- The Jim Schwartz era is coming to an end in Detroit. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Lions have fired the head coach after five seasons. Detroit started the year 6-and-3, but lost six of its last seven games to finish 7-and-9 and miss the playoffs. The Lions made the postseason with a 10-and-6 record in 2011, but had a losing mark in each of Schwartz's other four seasons. He was 29-and-51 overall after inheriting a team that went 0-and-16 in 2008.
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