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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 than Philly. Howard Eskin alluded to the Eagles not being impressed with McCoy after their interview with him.  Not that we can take anything Eskin says as gospel, but I’ve been having these thoughts anyway. I still like what McCoy has done in his career and it makes sense for him to come to Philly.  But, the interview needs to go well and the interest ultimately has to be a two-way street.  As McCoy himself said, it has to be the right fit or he won’t go anywhere. Perhaps the interview didn’t go well because McCoy doesn’t want to come to Philly?  Or, maybe he’s really still in the hunt…who knows.  Regardless, I’m
1 Comment:
  • What in the world you're takling about Reid! He is gone!!!!

    Either you work for KC paper or love for Andy is very strong!

    I would quit your job and go to KC and see if Andy will hire you?
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