Packers assistant head coach/linebackers Winston Moss appeared on 97.5 The Fanatic in Philadelphia Wednesday to express publicly his interest in the Eagles’ defensive coordinator vacancy.
“It would be a great opportunity and absolutely I would be interested in having that opportunity to sit down with Andy Reid and his staff,” said Moss. “I have the utmost respect for what they’re doing, for the owner (Jeff) Lurie, those guys that are well respected throughout the league.
“The whole city will embrace that tough, hard-nosed, in your face type of football, and I’m definitely confident that I could bring that to Philadelphia.”
Moss also pointed out that he was mentored by ex-Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Johnson in 1998, when Moss got his coaching start after 10 years as a player.
The Packers currently run a 3-4 defense, different from the Eagles’ 4-3. However, Moss was on the Green Bay staff prior to the 3-4 transition under Dom Capers.
The Eagles’ level of interest in Moss is unclear at this time.