In perhaps even more jeopardy is general manager Jeff Ireland.
"I'm going to look at everything," Ross said. "When you're disappointed you don't make decisions based on the fly. You have to give it a lot of thought and go look at everything."
Minnesota Vikings: Leslie Frazier was fired Monday. After leading the Vikings to the playoffs following the 2012 season, Frazier's contract was not extended beyond this season, during which Minnesota posted a 5-10-1 record.
General manager Rick Spielman said the inability to advance the team's young talent and develop a deep roster worked against Frazier.
New York Jets: Owner Woody Johnson said Rex Ryan will return for the 2014 season. The Jets finished 8-8 despite erratic play from rookie quarterback Geno Smith. Ryan will be entering the final year of his current contract, although the New York Daily News reported there is an understanding an extension will be worked out.
"We're going to keep Rex Ryan, and he's going to be our coach next year," Johnson said. "I couldn't be any prouder of this team."
Tennessee Titans: Head coach Mike Munchak said he would meet with team president Tommy Smith in the coming days.
"There's a lot of things we're going to talk about," Munchak said. "We would have liked to have been better this year. We have to figure out how we can get better and then go from there."
Smith declined to comment on Munchak's status following Sunday's game, according to The Tennessean.
Washington Redskins: Mike Shanahan was fired Monday after four seasons as head coach of the Washington Redskins.
Owner Daniel Snyder is in the market for a head coach for the eighth time since 2000.
"Redskins fans deserve a better result," Snyder said in a press release. "We thank Mike for his efforts on behalf of the Redskins. We will focus on what it takes to build a winning team, and my pledge to this organization and to this community is to continue to commit the resources and talent necessary to put this team back in the playoffs."
Shanahan, 24-40 as head coach in Washington, limped to the finish line with a 3-13 season and franchise-worst eight-game losing streak.