Eagles interview Joe Brady for head coach

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The Eagles are moving forward with their head coaching search by talking with one of the cycle’s hottest candidates.

Philadelphia has interviewed Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady, Ian Rapoport of NFL media reports.

Brady, 31, has interviewed with the Falcons, Texans, Chargers, and Jets. He just completed his first season with Carolina after spending the 2019 season as LSU’s passing game coordinator.

After firing Doug Pederson on Monday, the Eagles have also expressed interest in 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh, Buccaneers defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith, and Patriots inside linebackers coach Jerod mayo.

6 responses to “Eagles interview Joe Brady for head coach

  1. Don’t get the fascination with this guy. He’s got one year of pro experience and it wasn’t a very good one.

  2. As long as Howie Roseman is entrenched as GM, it wont master who they hire as head coach. A great head coach may squeeze out an extra win or two, but they won’t go anywhere with Roseman putting together the roster.

  3. Why all of sudden this coach is so hot for teams to be interested in him. I just don’t get it.

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