Eagles coaching candidate Gus Bradley: Who is he? | NJ.com
Keep the cup. Hang around Gus Bradley, current Seahawks defensive coordinator and Eagles coaching candidate, long enough and you're bound to hear the phrase. Keep the Cup. Don't allow big plays. Keep everything bottled up. Don't let it spill. If it doesn't spill, it gives you a chance to drink it. That's Gus Bradley's defensive philosophy
Gus Bradley coming to Philadelphia for 2nd interview; what happens next?
The Eagles will fly Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley to Philadelphia for a second interview on Tuesday. The location is important to note. A second interview is already an indication that the Eagles are serious in him. But at this point the process, the coach sometimes bring his wife or family so they can see the prospective area. The coach can tour the facilities and get to meet people with the team that go beyond the three people conducting the interview. And if all goes well, a negotiation can begin.
Gus Bradley the best fit yet for Philadelphia Eagles' coaching job | PennLive.com
If the glowing words of Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll are true, then Bradley would also have no problem surrounding himself with a quality staff. The same couldn't be said for Andy Reid his final two seasons in Philadelphia. "He's got a way of reaching people and touching people and getting the best out of them, coaches and players alike," Carroll told ESPN.com this week.
Eagles to have second interview with Gus Bradley
If there were still doubts about whether Gus Bradley was the lead candidate for the Eagles’ head coaching job, there shouldn’t be now.
Ray's Replies: Eagles not interested in Jon Gruden?
The Eagles are scheduled to interview Jay Gruden, but haven't reached out to his brother, Jon. Ray Didinger wonders why in his latest mailbag.