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The Linc - Eagles not interested in Bill Cowher

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Source: Eagles not planning to interview Bill Cowher
One notable head coaching candidate who the Eagles won’t be interviewing is Bill Cowher, according to a league source.

Then and Now: Andy Reid and the Decay of the Eagles
We could reasonably divide Andy Reid’s 14-year tenure in Philadelphia into four distinct periods. First the early years, when the Eagles ascended from bottom feeder to legitimate threat in a matter of two seasons. Then came a stretch of conference dominance that was marked by four consecutive trips to the NFC Title game and a Super Bowl. That in turn was followed by the post-T.O. plateau, an era where a veteran-Birds team was still considered a perennial contender for another four or five seasons. Finally we reached the decline, which began in earnest once the front office started dumping those veterans that had helped bring the franchise so much success, choosing instead to retool on the fly.

Paolantonio "flabbergasted" by Arizona’s interest in Reid | ProFootballTalk
Whether it’s on Wednesday or Thursday, the Cardinals will interview former Eagles coach Andy Reid. And the possibility of the Cardinals hiring Reid isn’t sitting well with ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio, a veteran reporter who has covered the Eagles for a long time.

Let's Revisit The Dumb Stuff Rick Reilly Wrote About David Akers Last Year
In December 2011, Rick Reilly wrote one of his trademark telethon-monologue columns about then-37-year-old kicker David Akers, who'd overcome all manner of personal hardship to kick a bunch of field goals for the 49ers. It was basically a nice story, but because Reilly lives in an oversimple, cardboard-thin moral universe of perfect innocence and perfect evil in which athletic performance is solely a function of character, the saga of the unappreciated good guy demanded a villain. Which is where the Eagles came in:

Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " Looking to Atlanta
The Eagles were set to meet with the top 3 Falcons assistants, Dirk Koetter the OC, Mike Nolan the DC, and Keith Armstrong the STs coach. Koetter signed an extension to stay with the Falcons and removed himself from consideration for HC jobs. Good, I say. The more research I did on Koetter, the less I liked him.

New Orleans Saints player: Steve Spagnuolo should be fired as defensive coordinator |
One Saints player, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said a "resounding" yes when asked if he thought Spagnuolo should be fired after just one season in New Orleans as the Saints broke the single-season record for most yards allowed.

It's Lurie/Roseman vs. Banner: Eagles, Browns to interview Chip Kelly
The Eagles and Browns will vie for Chip Kelly as both teams have interviews scheduled with the Oregon coach, an NFL source said Wednesday. More specially, Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie and general manager Howie Roseman will compete with former Eagles president and current Browns CEO Joe Banner for Kelly.

Eagles Sign DE Brown, CB Lindley
The Eagles announced the signing of two players on Wednesday: defensive end Everette Brown and cornerback Trevard Lindley.

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