NFL teams seem to grow less and less patient with new head coaching hires every year, and the league feels that mindset has become an issue.

The NFL sent a message to all 32 franchises at the owners’ meetings in Dallas this week informing them that teams have spent $800 million on coach and front-office firings over the past five years. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the memo was sent as a reminder that teams may want to give extra thought before making hasty decisions as the 2022 season nears its conclusion.

NFL officials even created spreadsheets specific to each team to show the costs individual teams have incurred with some of their coach and front-office changes over the past five seasons.