“We did not want to lose him.” That’s what a source from the Vanderbilt football program said to me Monday night when asked about new Eagles wide receivers coach Aaron Moorehead. After coach Derek Mason dismissed his offensive coordinator Gerry Gdowski, Moorehead’s position was one they did not want to replace: “After two coordinator searches […]Read more "Eagles receivers are in good hands with new coach Aaron Moorehead"
Last night the Eagles unveiled their new coaching staff. Gone are the frustrations of Carson Walch and Mike Groh. Enter Rich Scangarello and Andrew Breiner. Doug Pederson was told to fire his Offensive Coordinator and Wide Receiver coach and hire people outside the organization with new ideas. In the end, Pederson decided to forgo actually […]Read more "What new Coaches mean for Wentz and Eagles offense in 2020"
According to Jimmy Kempski of The Philly Voice, the Eagles are putting the finishing touches on their coaching staff shuffle. Just one day after reports of two new faces joining the Eagles started to surface, Kempski reports that the Eagles are hiring Aaron Moorhead as their new WR coach. Currently a wide receivers coach at […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles to hire Aaron Moorehead as new WR coach"
The Eagles are expected to finalize their coaching staff by the end of this week, with reports of the new faces beginning to trickle in as that window approaches. Former Broncos Offensive Coordinator Rich Scangarello, and Mississippi State Pass-game coordinator Andrew Breiner look to be two new names joining the offensive side of things in […]Read more "Have Eagles made the right call in going for an ‘OC by committee’?"
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?"
On Tuesday, Paul Domowitch of the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that there are two big time names in the running to be the next Eagles wide receivers coach: Ex-NFL wideouts Hines Ward and Bobby Engram interested in Eagles’ wide receivers coaching job https://t.co/VYtz2w6cLE via @phillyinquirer — Paul Domowitch (@pdomo) January 14, 2020 Engram is currently the […]Read more "Who should the Eagles hire as their next WR Coach?"
After the (expected) firing of offensive coordinator Mike Groh, many names were thrown around as potential replacements. However, all of that was pure speculation. Then Tim McManus of ESPN gave two concrete names: Two candidates I'm hearing for the Eagles offensive coordinator post are Jim Caldwell and former Washington OC Kevin O'Connell, per source. — […]Read more "Is Jim Caldwell the right choice for Eagles OC vacancy?"
Doug Pederson and Howie Roseman met with the media on Wednesday to reflect on the season that was and discuss what lies ahead. One major talking point concerned the futures of offensive coordinator Mike Groh, and WR coach Carson Walch. Will Coach Groh and Coach Walch be back though? “Yes, both those guys will be […]Read more "Why it doesn’t matter who made the call to fire Eagles OC Mike Groh"
After stating that ‘they will be back next year’, just one day ago, a report has surfaced indicating the opposite. Per CBS HQ’s Jonathan Jones, the Eagles are indeed letting WR Coach Carson Walch go after just one season. And he’s not the only one. Offensive coordinator Mike Groh is also reportedly on the way […]Read more "Report: Eagles part ways with two underwhelming coaches"