The NFL regular season is over and the Super Bowl is less than two weeks away, but the head coaching carousel is in full swing.

Here's the new - and old head coaches that have been announced so far in 2015.

Denver Broncos:

The Broncos parted ways with John Fox after losing to the Indianapolis Colts in the first round of the playoffs this year.

Since then, the Broncos have hired former Ravens/Broncos Offensive Coordinator Gary Kubiak as the team's next Head Coach, signing him to a reported four year deal.

Chicago Bears:

After firing second year coach Jim Tressman following an abysmal season, the Bears quickly jumped at the chance to hire John Fox.

Fox reportedly signed a four year deal with the Bears.

San Francisco 49ers:

The 49ers and Jim Harbaugh mutually parted ways after missing the playoffs this season.

Since then the 49ers have promoted Defensive Line coach Jim Tomsula to Head Coach.

Oakland Raiders:

The Raiders have hired Jack Del Rio as their next coach.

Del Rio who inked a four year deal with the Raiders, spent the last few seasons coaching Denver's defense.

Buffalo Bills:

The Bills' new owner Terry Pagula wasted no time signing former Jets coach Rex Ryan to the top spot in Buffalo.

Ryan has said he wants to make the Bills into a 'bully' that no team will want to play.

Meanwhile, former Bills HC Doug Marrone has just agreed to become the Jacksonville Jaguars Offensive Line Coach.

New York Jets:

With Rex Rayn now in Buffalo, the Jets have hired Arizona Cardinals former assistant Todd Bowles.

Bowles signed a four year deal with Gang Green and is expected to bring in Chan Gailey as Offensive Coordinator.

Atlanta Falcons:

The only team left without a coach after firing six year veteran Mike Smith.

Reports have recently surfaced that Seattle Seahawks Defensive Coordinator Dan Quinn is the front-runner for the job, but the Falcons will have to wait until after the Seahawks play in the Super Bowl to officially offer Quinn the position.