Eagles extend Jeff Stoutland’s contract as OL coach

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – DECEMBER 21: Philadelphia Eagles offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland prior to the National Football League game between the Washington Football Team and Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday, December 21, 2021 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA (Photo by John Jones/Icon Sportswire)

According to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN, the Eagles and offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland have agreed on a contract extension that keeps the run game coordinator in Philly. Fowler also reported that Stoutland had received interviews for several offensive coordinator positions during the current hiring cycle but chose to stay in Philadelphia.

Jeff Stoutland is staying in Philly!

The architect of the best offensive line in football is staying in Philadelphia for a few more seasons.

Philly’s offensive line has been elite under Stoutland since he came to the team in 2013. His best group has arguably been the 2022 squad though. The Eagles, due in large part to their offensive line, have set franchise records in points, wins, and rushing touchdowns.

Jeff Stoutland’s impact has been felt in key players throughout the team’s recent history. Jason Kelce and Lane Johnson are in line for Hall-of-Fame consideration while the emergence of Jordan Mailata, Isaac Seumalo, and Landon Dickerson has also become all-pro candidates over the last season.

In total, Stoutland has coached his collection of offensive linemen to nine first-team All-Pro selections and 19 pro-bowl nominations.

As Philadelphia prepares to play in Super Bowl LVII, the team has set itself up nicely for future success with the extension of the best assistant coach in the NFL to date.

Photo by John Jones/Icon Sportswire