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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 Predators in the AFL. He met with the Cardinals on Thursday, and is scheduled to visit the Chargers next week.
McClane writes that Philadelphia top choices are Notre Dame HC Brian Kelly, and Seahawks DC Gus Bradley . The Eagles are also considering Broncos OC Mike McCoy, Falcons DC Mike Nolan and Falcons DC Keith Armstrong for their HC job.
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