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The Eagles, in search of a head coach, on Friday received permission to talk to Bruce Arians, the Colts offensive coordinator and former Temple head coach, and Gus Bradley, the defensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks.
Arians, 60, earned praise this season for guiding the Colts to a 9-3 record while head coach Chuck Pagano dealt with leukemia. He also helped rookie quarterback Andrew Luck make his successful transition to the NFL.
Bradley, 46, has helped the Seahawks become a physical and intimidating defense under head coach Pete Carroll.
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer
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