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Recent history of trading NFL head coaches

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Sean Payton's tenure in New Orleans has been nothing short of unprecedented. From the Saints' first Super Bowl win to the NFL's first season-long suspension of a head coach, and the reported possibility of his departure could be just as noteworthy.

Multiple outlets are reporting that the Saints could accept compensation for Payton in the form of a draft pick.

CBS' Jason La Canfora said he "would not be surprised if Sean Payton is ultimately dealt for a mid-round pick."

According to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport, "The potential price placed by the Saints on Sean Payton is a second rounder."

The following is a rundown of the most recent trades made for head coaches:

Jets' trade for Bill Parcells, 1997

Patriots Received:
1 First Round Pick
1 Second Round Pick
1 Third Round Pick
1 Fourth Round Pick

Seahawks' trade for Mike Holmgren, 1999

Packers Received :
1 Second Round Pick

Patriots' trade for Bill Belichick, 2000
 - also received a 5th round pick & a 7th round pick

Jets Received:
1 First Round Pick
1 Fourth Round Pick
1 Seventh Round Pick

Washington's trade for Marty Schottenheimer, 2001

Chiefs Received:
2 Third Round Picks

Chiefs' trade for Dick Vermeil, 2001

Rams Received:
1 Second Round Pick
1 Third Round Pick

Buccaneers' trade for Jon Gruden, 2002

Raiders Received:
2 First Round Picks
2 Second Round Picks
$8 Million

Chiefs' trade for Herm Edwards, 2006

Jets Received:
1 Fourth Round Pick

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