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It was an eventful weekend in the NFL’s coaching carousel that ultimately left the Philadelphia Eagles exactly where they started–still in need of a head coach.
On Friday, Oregon head coach Chip Kelly was said to be close to a deal with the Cleveland Browns, but everything changed when he met with the Eagles brain trust for a lengthy nine- hour meeting on Saturday.
Jeff Lurie and the Philadelphia Eagles are doing their due diligence in regards to interviewing multiple candidates for their vacant head coaching position. That sounds like the best thing to do, right?
In the real world, yes, that is the best thing to do when hiring an employee. But in the NFL world, it’s usually best to identify a target, research him, and move quickly...
When the Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie made the decision to cut ties with only former head coach Andy Reid, and opt to keep GM Howie Roseman for the unforeseeable future, Lurie might have taken everything thing into consideration.
Like who might decide to join Reid in Kansas City.
Yes, Lurie went on record to say that each coach’s contract would be honored. But he also...
There’s no doubt that the Kansas City Chiefs will need a new starting quarterback for next season.
Chiefs head coach Andy Reid was on Mike and Mike in the Morning on ESPN Radio and was asked if he’s interested in bringing Michael Vick to Kansas City.
“He’s still property of the Philadelphia Eagles. But he’s a good kid,” replied Reid, per Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia...
Before meeting with the local media on Monday afternoon, new Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach, Andy Reid, discarded a few coaches, interviewed others, met with a potential GM candidate and thus began what will be a crazy first month on the job.
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer The Kansas City Chiefs haven't hired a general manager to make crucial personnel decisions. Andy Reid hasn't hired a single assistant coach.
That hardly seemed to matter.
The pressing concern, at least for those who attended Reid's introductory news conference Monday, was what the longtime Philadelphia...
Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Brad Childress was in
Kansas City yesterday, where he could potentially be hired by the Chiefs as
either the team’s offensive coordinator or as an advisor to new head coach Andy
Reid, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Browns OC Brad Childress is in KC today, where he could be hired as either OC or as an advisor to new Chiefs head coach...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Now that Andy Reid has arrived in Kansas City and been introduced by Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, the attention turns now toward the next Chiefs' general manager.
With Scott Pioli having been fired Friday morning, Reid is expected to have total control over football operations as part of his five-year contract with the Chiefs.
But Reid is still expected to work...
Brad Childress was in Kansas City today to meet with new Chiefs coach Andy Reid. But a source close to the situation said Childress wasnt under consideration as offensive coordinator but another job on Reids offensive staff.
Childress, 56, was on Reids staff with the Eagles for seven seasons, three as offensive coordinator, before leaving to become the head coach of the...
Multiple news sources are reporting that the Philadelphia Eagles have met with Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly and that the two sides will meet again early next week. When asked about joining the NFL coaching ranks prior to the National Championship game, Kelly told reporters that leaving “is not an option.” Something changed.
The Eagles have now interviewed six coaching candidates...
Every Monday, comedian Doug Cheatham sits down to write some thoughts about various teams and players of the sporting world. Sometimes to approval but most often to vent anger and poke some fun. Welcome to the Monday Morning Hangover. New Year…New Format Kansas City Chiefs Kansas Chiefs fans can rest a [...]
With Andy Reid gone and Chip Kelly staying at Oregon, the Philadelphia Eagles continued their search for the franchise's next head coach. The Eagles announced Tuesday that they will indeed meet for an interview with former-Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith.
Smith was fired after the Bears missed the playoffs, despite a 10-6 record. He interviewed with the Buffalo Bills last...