Philadelphia Eagles Losing Staff to Andy Reid Andy Reid Doug Peterson Eagles Kansas City Chiefs NFL rick burkholder 

Philadelphia Eagles Losing Staff to Andy Reid

When the Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie made the decision to cut ties with only former head coach Andy Reid, and opt to keep GM Howie Roseman for the unforeseeable future, Lurie might have taken everything thing into consideration. Like who might decide to join Reid in Kansas City. Yes, Lurie went on record to say that each coach’s contract would be honored. But he also said that they could also interview with other organizations. To date only quarterback coach Doug Peterson was reported that he has interviewed with the Chiefs to…

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Brian Kelly Interview With Philadelphia Eagles Not a Leverage Play and More Brian Kelly Eagles NFL 

Brian Kelly Interview With Philadelphia Eagles Not a Leverage Play and More

Credit: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports It was just a couple of days ago that ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Chris Mortenson reported the Philadelphia Eagles interviewed Notre Dame’s Brian Kelly. Initial assumptions among Philly fans were that Brian Kelly was simply trying to gain leverage with Notre Dame to get a pay raise. However, during an appearance on ESPN’s “NFL Live” on Thursday NFL Insider Adam Schefter offered some insight to debunk that theory. “I know there are people who believe … that this is nothing more than a leverage play….

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Philadelphia Eagles Interviewed and Have Serious Interest in Brian Kelly Brian Kelly Eagles Notre Dame 

Philadelphia Eagles Interviewed and Have Serious Interest in Brian Kelly

On Wednesday afternoon it was first reported by FOX Sports Jay Glazer and then later confirmed by several NFL insiders that the Philadelphia Eagles have serious interest in Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly. The Eagles met with Kelly on Tuesday, the day after his Irish lost in the BCS title game to Alabama. Kelly is currently out of the country (probably recuperating from Monday’s blowout) and will talk again with the Eagles when he gets back. At this point we don’t know if this is just another college coach trying to get…

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NHL Lockout Ends, Philly Looks To Flyers Buffalo Sabres chris pronger Claude Giroux Danny Briere Flyers NHL Pittsburgh Penguins Sidney Crosby 

NHL Lockout Ends, Philly Looks To Flyers

The National Hockey League and their Players Association have finally come to terms on the new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) earlier this week.  As the Board of Governors ratifies the terms of the new CBA today and tomorrow, it is expected that the schedule for the 2012-2013 season will be released very shortly after. After a 113 day lockout, the NHL will create a 48 game season starting next Saturday January 19th, which will force the playoffs into late June. The NHL is releasing puck size previews of the first…

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Schefter: Philadelphia Eagles Expected to Request Permission to Interview Gruden Cincinnati Bengals Comcast Sports Net Donovan McNabb Eagles Jay Gruden NFL 

Schefter: Philadelphia Eagles Expected to Request Permission to Interview Gruden

According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter’s Twitter profile, the Philadelphia Eagles  are expected to request permission to interview Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden to fill their head coaching vacancy.                 Coaches whose team is taking part in this weekends playoffs are not permitted to take interviews in the week leading up to the game. Once wildcard weekend is over, however, there will be a feeding frenzy of interviews expected to take place. Eagles officials are reportedly in Arizona to begin conducting interviews with candidates Doug Marrone, Bruce Arians, and…

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Chip Kelly: Great Hire or Next Steve Spurrier? Chip Kelly Eagles Oregon Ducks 

Chip Kelly: Great Hire or Next Steve Spurrier?

In the next 48 hours Chip Kelly will become the next head coach of either the Philadelphia Eagles or the Cleveland Browns. At least that is what my general feeling is. The Browns are scheduled to interview Kelly on Friday afternoon and will do everything in their power to make sure he doesn’t leave without signing a contract. If he lives Cleveland, which I believe he will(what hot coaching candidate would only interview for one city?), Philadelphia will be his next stop. The general feeling from most NFL fanbases is pretty…

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Reid Chooses the Path of Least Resistance Andy Reid Arizona Cardinals bill belichick brandon marshall Buffalo Bills c.j. spiller Chicago Bears Cleveland Browns Denver Broncos Eagles Fan Zone fred jackson Green Bay Packers Jay Cutler Kansas City Chiefs matt forte mchael vick Minnesota Vikings New England Patriots Peyton Manning Ryan Fitzpatrick San Diego Chargers san fransciso 49ers stevie johnson Tom Brady 

Reid Chooses the Path of Least Resistance

Reid has less pressure in K.C. On Monday, the Kansas City Chiefs will officially introduce Andy Reid as their new head coach just one week after he was dismissed by the Philadelphia Eagles. Reid reportedly signed a five-year contract, but no financial terms were disclosed. Arizona was supposed to be his next destination for an interview, but the nine-hour question and answer session went so well the trip to the desert was cancelled. Reid will take over a Chiefs (2-14 in 2012) team that looks a lot like the one…

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Philadelphia Eagles Fans: In Lurie, Roseman We Trust? Eagles Howie Roseman Jeffrey Lurie NFL 

Philadelphia Eagles Fans: In Lurie, Roseman We Trust?

For the better part of 14 years in the city of Philadelphia, the majority vote among Eagles fans was “in Andy we trust”. Due to the numerous campaigns Reid led the Eagles organization to fans grew comfortable in the fact that the former head coach would do what was necessary to take this franchise to the playoffs more times than not. Now that the 14-year run is officially over and Reid has been named the new head coach for the Kansas City Chiefs, how much trust are Eagles fans granting…

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Andy Reid In Full Control In Kansas City Andy Reid Eagles Kansas City Chiefs Scott Pioli 

Andy Reid In Full Control In Kansas City

Several NFL insiders have confirmed what we had already beleived. Andy Reid will be the next head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs. Reid takes over a 2-14 Chiefs team that will have the first pick of the 2013 NFL Draft. Reid takes over an offense that finished last in the NFL in passing. The pass happy guru will have his work cut out for him. The Chiefs have also reportedly parted ways with GM Scott Pioli. Reid is expected to have full control of the roster and have the final say…

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