Found January 10, 2012 on Eagles Addict:
Source: According to Jason La Canfora of the NFL Network, Steve Spagnuolo is expected to join the Philadelphia Eagles by the end of this week.  It also sounds very possible that Juan Castillo will remain with the team in some capacity. Here is the quote from La Canfora: Spagnuolo, let go by the St. Louis Rams last week, is expected to be back in Philadelphia by the end of the week. The Eagles released a secondary coach over the weekend, so they have flexibility to move around the staff and bring Spagnuolo back as an assistant head coach, if not defensive coordinator. If Andy Reid wants to retain embattled defensive coordinator Juan Castillo in some other capacity, that’s a possibility as well, according to league sources. Spagnuolo is a disciple of former Eagles defensive guru Jim Johnson, and was much-liked during his eight-year stint on Andy Reid’s staff. Spagnuolo wanted to take time off last week, according to a league source, but expect his phone to start ringing...

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