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NFL Trade Rumors:
Reuben Frank reports that the Philadelphia Eagles have no interest in hiring Bill Cowher as their next head coach.
Previous reports indicated that Cowher could be among the coaching candidates for the Eagles job, but there hasn’t been a lot of momentum behind the idea.
Philadelphia seems to have their eye on Oregon HC Chip Kelly, but Penn State HC Bill O’Brien could end up being a fallback option for them.
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The Eagles front office is hitting the road in search of their next head coach, and Atlanta is stop number one.
Mike Nolan, Atlanta’s defensive coordinator is the just one of many names the Eagles top executives are looking at.
Team chairman Jeffrey Lurie, president Don Smolenski and general manager Howie Roseman are doing all the interviewing according to team spokesperson...
Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly is about to coach arguably the biggest game of his life - the Fiesta Bowl.
After that, he'll be making the rounds, bouncing around from city to city as he interviews for an NFL head coaching job. Cleveland and Philadelphia will likely be the first stops, and then from there, who knows.
"I have no idea what the future holds, but I know...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Andy Reid appears unlikely to be come the Cardinals' next coach, with a source telling The Associated Press on Thursday that Reid is in negotiations with the Chiefs to become head coach and has cancelled plans to interview for other openings, including the one in Arizona.
The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized...
Jeffrey Lurie's search for the Philadelphia Eagles' next coach began before he fired Andy Reid and could last until the Super Bowl.
While the Eagles were struggling toward a 4-12 finish, Lurie ''meticulously and in great detail'' researched potential successors to replace a coach that won more games than any other in franchise history.
Reid, however, didn...
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen via Adam Schefter, Andy Reid will interview with the Kansas City Chiefs today for their open head coaching job before he heads to Arizona to interview with the Cardinals on Thursday.Plot thickens: Before arriving in Arizona tonight, Andy Reid will interview today in Philadelphia with the KC Chiefs, via @mortreport.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter...
After an offseason full of spending, Vince Young proclaimed the 2011 Eagles the “Dream Team.” However, thanks to turnovers, struggles in close games, and general lack of continuity caused by the lockout, that “Dream Team” went just 8-8 and missed the playoffs. Heading into 2012, expectations were still high. After all, they had plenty of talent. Their continuity issues would...
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
— Jay Glazer...
In the midst of finishing up my first entry for The Football Standard my Twitter, shameless plug @sethcoxFB, blew up with news of a reported agreement being worked out between the Arizona Cardinals, my personal favorite football team, and Andy Reid, former head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles.
While I was suspect at first about Reid and the Cardinals working on an agreement, the...
Ever since the Eagles fell out of playoff contention and it became clear that Andy Reid would at long last be fired, the team most frequently rumored to be the next destination for Andy was the San Diego Chargers. With apologies to Chargers fans wishing to avoid more years of torment via retread head coach incompetence, that was great news to the rest of us. Great chance schadenfreude...