This offseason was always going to be a crucial one for the Eagles, but as time passes and more holes on the coaching staff open up, its importance is amplified. It feels like there’s a new candidate interviewing for the Offensive Coordinator vacancy every few days, with a report citing their interview and withdrawal of […]Read more "Eagles need Pederson to evolve as a Head Coach to find stability at OC"
It was reported on Thursday that the Eagles are interested in Ravens quarterbacks coach James Urban for the vacant offensive coordinator position: As the #Eagles seek an offensive coordinator, one person I'm told they're interested in is #Ravens QB coach James Urban. He was in Philly for years under Andy Reid and has played a […]Read more "Is James Urban the right man to fill Eagles OC vacancy?"
When it rains, it pours. The Eagles are still currently searching for a new offensive coordinator and on Monday morning, an old friend was relieved of his duties in Jacksonville. DeFilippo will be a name familiar to many. He was the Eagles’ QB coach during the first two years of the Carson Wentz era, playing […]Read more "Would the Eagles be wise to try and bring John DeFilippo home?"
The Eagles made the most surprising unsurprising move possible today, by announcing that they’re parting ways with both offensive coordinator Mike Groh, and wide receiver’s coach Carson Walch. Doug Pederson had seemingly cemented that they will stay in yesterday’s press conference before a complete U-turn and a statement detailing what he actually meant. That leaves […]Read more "Who are the best candidates to replace Eagles OC Mike Groh?"
ESPN NFL reporter Chris Mortensen was on SportsCenter Monday morning and had the following quote about the Eagles’ coaching staff: Barring a run in the playoffs, I would say there’s going to be some significant changes on the Philadelphia staff. Mortensen went on to say that he has not spoken directly to owner Jeff Lurie, […]Read more "Three potential candidates for a future offensive coordinator role with the Eagles"
When the Eagles started the season 3-0, there was a unified belief that this was an Offense more than capable of thriving in Doug Pederson’s West-Coast system. The rookie Head Coach had successfully decimated the Pittsburgh Steelers with the help of a red hot Carson Wentz, and even as the losses began to mount, his […]Read more "Is it time for Doug Pederson to hand reins of Eagles Offense to Frank Reich?"