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Andy Reid made the flashiest moves in the days after the lockout, even if one backfired just as the backup quarterback he signed entered Philadelphia Eagles camp training.
Trading quarterback Kevin Kolb to Arizona for cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and a pick along with free-agent signings of cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha and defensive end Jason Babin were overshadowed by two words uttered from former Tennessee signal caller Vince Young.
The Eagles, who wrapped up a listless regular season with a 34-10 victory over the Washington Redskins at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday, proved to be nothing of the sort and Reid as the Eagles' longtime head coach, and who typically has the final say on personnel decisions, rightfully deserves much of the blame.
He also may deserve another year.
"I have no answers for you on all that," Reid told reporters after the game. "I haven't thought about all of that and I'm not going to start r...
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Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Andy Reid will return to the team for a 14th season according to team owner, Jeffrey Lurie.
Jeffrey Lurie, the owner of the Philadelphia Eagles spoke to the media today about the future of the team. It was the first time since training camp that Lurie addressed the media.
“This was without question the most disappointing season since I’ve owned...
“I’ll think about it when I want to think about it”. That was Andy Reid’s response to the question of when he would start thinking about his future as the Philadelphia Eagles’ head coach. While it may have been a fair question to ask, Reid’s response was very understandable.
The media is seeking immediate responses after [...]
During the Philadelphia Eagles official end of season press conference on Tuesday, owner Jeffrey Lurie made it clear that head coach Andy Reid isn’t going anywhere and will be back for the 2012 season. “I want Andy back,” said Lurie. Lurie also indicated that defensive coordinator Juan Castillo’s job status will be up to Reid. [...]
Despite the Eagles disappointing season, owner Jeffrey Lurie announced on Tuesday that coach Andy Reid will be returning for next season. What do the fans think?PhiladelphiaEagles.com/NFL.com
Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie announced Tuesday that coach Andy Reid will return in 2012 for his 14th season as the team's coach.
Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie met with the media on Tuesday, only two days after the conclusion to the 2011 regular season. After an extensive explanation that at one point seemed like it could result in an announcement of a termination, Lurie announced that coach Andy Reid will be back. But Lurie’s comments make clear that…
For the 2011 Eagles season, it was one filled with ups and downs, disappointment and excitement. The season featured much controversy as well as speculation regarding the job statuses off Andy Reid and first defensive coordinator Juan Castillo.
The Birds entered the season flying high with all the media attention focused all the new acquisitions made [...]
The Eagles nightmarish “Dream Team” season limps to an end Sunday as the Birds host the Redskins.
Little besides pride (and possibly Andy Reid’s job) is on the line in the season finale but that isn’t stopping out NBC10 football-picking experts from all backing the Birds to reach .500 and avoid their first losing season since 2005.
Eagles win 20-10, reporter Tim Furlong...