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Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly. Image via unhd.com The Philadelphia Eagles are nearing the end of their second week of the search for a new head coach, and the landscape seems more muddled now than ever before. This week’s surprising revelation is the news that the Birds interviewed Notre Coach Brian Kelly. Is anyone else surprised at how much interest Philadelphia has demonstrated in college coaches with no previous NFL experience? Particularly those having the last name Kelly? Could the Notre Dame coach be yet another Kelly using interest from the NFL as leverage to get something more from his current institution? The coach is currenty out of the country but is scheduled to speak to the Eagles once again after he returns. In the meantime, we will all wonder about the nature of that next meeting. In other news, the Eagles interviewed former Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith on Thursday at the NovaCare. Surprisingly little is known about that meeting, even its duration, with t...
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