Found January 14, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
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Former Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt interviewed for the head coaching job with the San Diego Chargers on Saturday. Whisenhunt confirmed the meeting on the team's website. "I have great respect for the San Diego Chargers," Whisenhunt said. "Every time I've played them, they've been good football teams and we had battles whether I was in the...

Ken Whisenhunt “A Very Strong Candidate” For The Eagles’ HC Job?

Paul Calvisi of Arizona Sports 620AM reports that “multiple NFL sources” have informed him that former Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt is a “a very strong candidate” for the Philadelphia Eagles head coaching vacancy. Multiple NFL sources tell me this morning that Ken Whisenhunt is “a very strong candidate” to become the next head coach of the Phi Eagles. — Paul...

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Les Bowen reports that he’s hearing Ken Whisenhunt will replace Mike McCoy as the Denver Broncos’ offensive coordinator next season. There were reports leading up to Chip Kelly’s surprising decision to become the next head coach of the Eagles that Whisenhunt was also on their radar for the job. Whisenhunt has interviewed for numerous head coaching positions in the last few...

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The Philadelphia Eagles coaching search continued yesterday, as the team interviewed yet another candidate; former Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt. Whisenhunt was fired by the Cardinals following another disappointing campaign. After coming over from the Pittsburgh Steelers, Whisenhunt was able to help the Cardinals to the Super Bowl against his former club. However...

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The Philadelphia Eagles' coaching search rolls on. Former Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt interviewed Monday morning for the head-coaching vacancy that was created when Andy Reid was fired Dec. 31. Later in the day, the Eagles were to meet with Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden. During the two-week search, the Eagles are known to have had at least...

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