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Yet another college coach has been wined and dined by an NFL team, only for him to decide to stay at their current job, after a little monetary incentive to stick around. The Philadelphia Eagles just can't catch a break. They've tried to lure Penn State's Bill O'Brien, Oregon's Chip Kelly, and now Brian Kelly.
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Even though the Philadelphia Eagles are trying their hardest to hire a college coach with no NFL experience, I’m still trumpeting what I think is in the best interest of this organization. As you may know, I’ve been beating the drum about Mike McCoy and Gus Bradley for a long time now. However, I’m starting to get a sense that McCoy may end up in Chicago or somewhere other...
Brian Kelly announced that he is staying at Notre Dame despite interviewing for the Philadelphia Eagles' head coaching job.
According to ProFootballWeekly.com, there’s a chance the Philadelphia Eagles could cut some big name players on their defense. It will depend on what kind of defense they’re going to run in 2013.
We hear there have been no major personnel decisions made by the Eagles’ brain trust yet. They are waiting to see what system the next head coach will run and how the current players...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Philadelphia Eagles interviewed former Ravens head coach Brian Billick this week and he is a candidate for their head coaching vacancy.
La Canfora also reported that while Billick hasn’t been a hot candidate, teams like the Bills have approached him over the years.
I think Billick is a good head coach. I’m not sure why he hasn’t...
Brian Billick‘s name seems to come up every so often when discussing NFL head coaching vacancies, so in an offseason in which tons of pink slips have been handed out, it was really only a matter of time before the former Ravens head coach became the subject of speculation.
Well, perhaps there’s more to the story this time around. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Philadelphia...
The third college head coach that the Philadelphia Eagles have interviewed in their search for a head coach, Notre Dame’s Brian Kelly, has decided to stay with his current institution rather than make a leap at the NFL. In an effort to create a sense that the search is still very much on track, the team released a statement about this fact on Saturday evening.
“There is no question...
Jeff McClane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the Philadelphia Eagles will interview Bengals OC Jay Gruden on Monday for their head coaching vacancy.
Gruden has been linked to various NFL teams lately, despite the Bengals offensive struggles this season. Before Gruden was named the Bengals offensive coordinator 2 seasons ago, he spent nine seasons as the HC of the Orlando...
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly. Image via unhd.com
The Philadelphia Eagles are nearing the end of their second week of the search for a new head coach, and the landscape seems more muddled now than ever before.
This week’s surprising revelation is the news that the Birds interviewed Notre Coach Brian Kelly. Is anyone else surprised at how much interest Philadelphia has demonstrated...
This head coach audition is already getting old for me--- but I should be more patient. Next up--- Jeff and Howie interview Jay Gruden, the NFL's version of Prince Harry compared to older brother William (Jon Gruden).
The team already has interviewed seven candidates since firing Andy Reid on Dec. 31, and has permission to speak to two other...
The Philadelphia Eagles have interviewed former Ravens coach and current Fox analyst Brian Billick for their coaching vacancy, a person familiar with the meeting told The Associated Press on Sunday.
Billick, who led Baltimore to a Super Bowl title in the 2000 season, met with the Eagles last Monday, according to the person who spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn'...
When Andy Reid was announced as the Chiefs new Head Coach a week ago it didn’t take him long to find a pair of qualified men to become his top coordinators. In dipping into the coaching carousel, he found Doug Pederson to run the offense and Bob Sutton to handle the defense.
Snubbing the Philadelphia Eagles and their subhuman fan base, Brian Kelly has decided to remain the head coach of the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish. After the Irish were embarrassed by Alabama 42-14 in Monday’s BCS National Championship Game, … Continue reading →