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Andy Reid Is A Master
> Coach For Three Hours And Not One Freaking Minute More Andy Reid decided to go with an onside kick, and it worked, just for the hell of it> Just to remind us all of what we've been, um, missing, QB Michael Vick nearly fumbled a shotgun snap, then threw a terrible pick after defensive pressure> For a team that gives up as many turnovers as the Eagles do, it's surprising that the offense isn't better at tackling after giving the ball up> Showing the trademark starch of this team in the past two years, the defense gave up an immediate touchdown after the turnover> The Eagles came out in a no huddle look, so that they could get to the negative plays faster> I'm really going to miss the camera shots of Reid stomping around the sidelines annoyed> You'd never know, from this game, that the Giants offense has been a tire fire for the past two weeks> The Giants got a 15 yard gain on a dive play on third and one, because tha...
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After a 14-year tenure as Eagles head coach, Andy Reid's time is over in Philadelphia after the team's decline over the past few years. Seeing there are plenty of teams relieving their coach of its duties as the season concludes, Andy Reid could have a comfy seat in another city by next season.Despite being in his mid-50s, Reid has stated he would like to coach next season...
There will be a changing of the guard in Philadelphia.
After fourteen years at the helm for Philadelphia, Andy Reid has been fired, according to Reuben Frank of Comcast Sports Net. Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie informed Reid he would not be back for the 2013 season.
The Eagles finished the 2012 season 4-12 for their second disappointing season in a row â€” they finished 2011 8-8 afterâ€...
The Philadelphia Eagles have officially fired head coach Andy Reid.
Eagles announced HC Andy Reid officially dismissed. Press conference at noon ET.
â€” Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 31, 2012
Reid will go down as one of the Eaglesâ€™ greatest head coaches of all time, but he could never win the big one and things have only gone down hill over the past two seasons.
Following yesterdayâ€™s ugly loss to the New York Giants in
their season finale, it began to be reported that the Philadelphia Eagles were
set to part ways with long-time head coach Andy Reid. Team owner Jeff Lurie told
Reid Friday that he would be out as Eaglesâ€™ coach, ending his 14-year run with
the team, reports Reuben Frank of CSN Philly.
Lurie, according to multiple league...
According to Reuben Frank of CSN Philly.com, Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie has already informed head coach Andy Reid that heâ€™s been fired.
Andy Reid, who led the Eagles through one of the most successful periods in franchise history and was once called â€śCoach for Lifeâ€ť by owner Jeff Lurie, has been fired after 14 years as head coach of the Eagles.
No head coach in Philadelphia Eagles history has enjoyed more success than Andy Reid.
But it was Reid's failure to win a Super Bowl and a 4-12 record in 2012 that led to Monday morning's ouster.
Reid's firing after 14 seasons as head coach was announced on the team's web site. The dismissal was expected many weeks ago as the Eagles spiraled following a 3-1 start...
By all accounts, Philadelphia Eagles coachÂ Andy Reid will find himself unemployed sometime soon. Possibly today, on what has become Black Monday for NFL coaches. Reid has had a stellar career as head coach of the Eagles. But his demise can be traced to one decision.When the Eagles decided to sign Michael Vick in 2009 as a backup to Donovan McNabb, it was a feel-good story. Everyone...
The 2012 NFL regular season has now ended. The Philadelphia Eagles have suffered yet another season of disappointments. Wholesale changes are going to be occurring around the Eagles this off-season, with the first order of business believed to be the firing of head coach Andy Reid. The leagueâ€™s longest tenured head coach will have no problem finding work elsewhere after this season...
TEMPE, Ariz. -- The list -- best categorized, for the moment, as early rather than short -- includes a well-known victim of Mondays Black Monday purge.
That marquee candidate is Andy Reid, recently relieved from his head-coaching duties with the Philadelphia Eagles and a name offered during a press conference presided over by Arizona Cardinals president Michael Bidwill.
Eagles at Giants, Sunday, December 30, 2012
This Sunday featured many exciting games with playoff implications. Sadly, the Eagles game was not one of them. The 42-7 rout was a microcosm of everything thatâ€™s been wrong with the Eagles in 2012. And thatâ€™s all I have to say about that.
Well, other than to point out to the gloating Giants fans: I realize that the last time you...
The Philadelphia Eagles have put together a list of coaching
targets to replace the recently fired Andy Reid, and their search will
apparently begin with Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator and former San
Francisco 49ers coach Mike Nolan, reports Jay Glazer of FOX Sports.
Eagles have asked permission to interview Falcons DC Mike Nolan, plan to interview him Friday
â€” Jay Glazer...
After firing Norv Turner as their coach on Monday, the San Diego Chargers are interested in Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians as a possible replacement, according to the NFL Network. Fired coaches Andy Reid (Philadelphia Eagles) and Ken Whisenhunt (Arizona Cardinals) are also rumored candidates. Arians, who filled in for Chuck Pagano while he took a leave...