It shouldn’t have come to this. After a long and thorough Head Coaching search, the Eagles decided that Nick Sirianni will be the man to replace Doug Pederson and try to help the team get back on track. With a bombardment of coaching hires following suit, it seems likely that an outsourced offensive coordinator will […]Read more "The Eagles need to do right by Duce Staley and let him walk"
The Eagles are hiring coaches thick and fast and it looks like the next may well be just around the corner. According to Mike Klis of 9news, Denver Broncos RB Coach Curtis Modkins interviewed for the Eagles’ offensive coordinator vacancy on Sunday…and the meeting lasted over 4 hours. If there’s anything we’ve learned over the […]Read more "Report: Broncos RB Coach Curtis Modkins among favorites to land Eagles OC job"
The wait is over. Nick Sirianni will become the Philadelphia Eagles’ 24th Head Coach. The hire comes after relentless rumors about Josh McDaniels that felt like an eternity. With the Head Coach vacancy filled, it’s time to turn our eyes to Siriani’s future partner in crime, his Offensive Coordinator. Eagle’s Offensive Coordinator Candidates This list […]Read more "Eagles should target these four potential offensive coordinator candidates"
Over the past week there have been endless reports of coaches being linked with the Eagles, but only 10 have either been interviewed or have had an interview requested. With Arthur Smith and Robert Saleh now off the board, that leaves eight candidates going into week 2 of the search to replace Doug Pederson. Who […]Read more "Eagles Head Coach search: Ranking the eight remaining candidates"
Despite bringing in former 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh for an interview yesterday, the Eagles can officially cross him off of their target list. Saleh has officially signed a five-year deal with the New York Jets. This comes as a blow to Philadelphia, who clearly seem to be targeting a defensive mind to replace Doug […]Read more "Eagles lose the Robert Saleh sweepstakes – what happens next?"
One of the more intriguing Head Coach candidates the Eagles have interviewed just happens to be coming from the team that Eagles Owner, Jeffery Lurie, admires the most: the San Francisco 49ers. defensive coordinator Robert Saleh was interviewed by the Eagles brass last night. Saleh is arguably the top defensive mind available, which may not […]Read more "Robert Saleh isn’t the only Niners coach the Eagles should be interested in"
According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Philadelphia Eagles are adding another defensive mind to their list of potential Head Coach candidates. The man in question is Patriots ILB Coach Jerod Mayo. He joins 49ers DC Robert Saleh, and Bucs DC Todd Bowles as the third coach from the defensive side of the ball to […]Read more "Eagles expected to interview Patriots LB coach for HC Vacancy"
When it rains, it pours! The Eagles are wasting no time in trying to find a replacement for Doug Pederson. Moments after Adam Schefter reported that the Eagles have requested an interview with Robert Saleh, news emerged that the Eagles submitted two more interview requests. Arthur Smith Another hot property among teams vying to find […]Read more "Eagles request to interview two more candidates for vacant HC role"
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Eagles have requested to interview 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh for their vacant Head Coaching role. This does come as a slight surprise given that the Eagles typically favor offensive-minded Head Coaches, but it’s a pleasant one. Saleh may well be one of the brightest Head Coaching candidates on […]Read more "Eagles request to interview 49ers DC for Head Coaching vacancy"
The Eagles joined a growing group of teams eager to make up for the disappointment that their 2020 seasons were filled with on Monday by parting ways with Doug Pederson. Known and immortalized as the first head coach to capture a Super Bowl title, Pederson’s time in Philly will likely be remembered as a mixed […]Read more "Where do the Eagles Rank amongst teams with Head Coach openings?"