Gus Bradley‘s interview with the Eagles on Saturday went very well, according to Jay Glazer.
“He had a great interview with the Philadelphia Eagles,” said Glazer. “If the Seahawks lose [to the Falcons] look for the Eagles to bring Bradley back in.”
The Seahawks did lose to Atlanta, making Bradley available. While a second interview is certainly possible, it had not yet been scheduled as of Monday morning, according to a league source.
Glazer also reports that Mike Nolan, who interviewed with the Eagles early in the process, plans to stay in Atlanta.
“Before Cleveland hired Rob Chudzinski they really wanted to bring Nolan in there – they were hot for him. Nolan told me, ‘Listen, I’m very happy where I am with Mike Smith and Tom Dimitroff. Unless it’s a great job, I love being here in Atlanta.’”
Meanwhile, a couple other assistants the Eagles have targeted are drawing attention elsewhere.
Chargers move Brice Arians to Wednesday. Unexpectedly, Denver OC Mike McCoy unexpectedly available for interview. He’s in tomorrow.
— UTKevinAcee (@UTKevinAcee) January 14, 2013
As I told you yesterday, more interviews lining up for Denver OC Mike McCoy. He’ll meet with the Chargers next
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 13, 2013
Bengals OC Jay Gruden is interviewing today with Chargers, then scheduled to interview Monday with Eagles and Tuesday with Jaguars.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 13, 2013
Six guys in the running for the Chargers job: Gus Bradley, Ken Whisenhunt, Lovie Smith, Jay Gruden, Mike McCoy and Bruce Arians.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) January 13, 2013
The Eagles met with Brian Billick on Monday, a source confirmed. Billick has not been linked to any other teams. Jeffrey Lurie, Howie Roseman and Don Smolenski are slated to meet with Jay Gruden Monday and Bruce Arians Tuesday.
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