Eagles Fire Andy Reid, and At Long Last We Are Free - SB Nation Philly
Thoughts from @FakeWIPCaller on the distant day we've all long envisioned
Mcall.com: Eagles Insiders : Film breakdown: The Eagles' defensive coaching staff can't be gone soon enough
Jimmy K breaks down exactly why he can't wait to see the Eagles defensive staff follow Andy Reid out of town.
Jeffrey Lurie holding Howie Roseman accountable only for 2012 season
Jeffrey Lurie said that he was holding Howie Roseman accountable for only the 2012 season when the Eagles owner explained Monday why he was retaining the general manager. "The mistakes that were made in the 2011 draft have little or nothing to do with Howie's evaluations," Lurie said. "I think it was important for me to own up to the mistakes that were made and understand where they were coming from, and it was awfully clear. So an effort was made to streamline the entire operation."
Reid era will be remembered for missed opportunities
Five NFC Championship games. One trip to the Super Bowl. No Lombardi trophies. The Andy Reid era will be remembered as one of great success but more so for its missed opportunities.
Eagles begin searching for the perfect coach
Jeffrey Lurie spent the first five minutes of his news conference on Monday describing the perfect head coach for the Philadelphia Eagles, or for any NFL team. The perfect man for the job is "not only an outstanding coach, but an outstanding person," according to Lurie. He is "dedicated, has an incredible work ethic and incredible ability to work with others." He is "smart," would earn the "love and respect of every individual in this organization," and, in short, is a "gem." Of course, Lurie was describing the guy he had just fired, not the one he will hire to replace Andy Reid. According to the owner, what he had in Reid is exactly what he's hoping to find in the next coach.
Eagles Notes: Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie: Nick Foles' future a question for next coach
Perhaps the biggest question surrounding the Eagles entering the offseason is whether Nick Foles can be a starting quarterback. Team owner Jeffrey Lurie said former coach Andy Reid was high on Foles, but the next head coach must determine whether Foles will start.
Chip Kelly's frenetic offensive approach never more appealing for NFL teams - Yahoo! Sports
The reason Oregon coach Chip Kelly has become, if not the NFL’s hottest coaching candidate, then its most intriguing is as simple as the box score from the New England-San Francisco game a couple weeks back.