The Eagles aren’t the only team showing interest in Gus Bradley.
The Chargers interviewed the Seahawks defensive coordinator last night, according to Albert Breer of the NFL Network. The Eagles, meanwhile, have yet to meet with him, as Tim explained this morning. No other teams have expressed public interest in Bradley.
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“I have nothing but good things and good experiences in Philadelphia,” said Reid. “Phenomenal people. Absolutely phenomenal people.
“I can leave Philadelphia saying that I gave it my all. I can leave Philadelphia saying we had some great years there, man. I mean some great years. We were there a long time – I was there a long time. We were blessed to be there. Sometimes change is good. I think it is going to be tremendous for the Philadelphia Eagles, and then on the other hand I think it is going to be tremendous for the Kansas City Chiefs.”
Chip Kelly considered becoming the next head coach of the Eagles, but ultimately decided he’d rather stay put at Oregon. Where do Jeffrey Lurie and the Birds go from here?
The Chiefs announced that they are parting ways with general manager Scott Pioli. Looks like Reid’s vision for the franchise does not include Pioli as GM. It appears that was the final hurdle to getting a deal done.
Jeremiah Trotter is an Andy Reid fan.
He played a total of 116 games for Reid, serving three different stints with the Eagles. In fact, Trotter has gone as far as to say he loves Reid.
Which is what makes his criticism of his former coach even more intriguing.
“I do believe if it came down to both teams were even talent-wise, I think the opponents’ team would win if it came down to coaching,” Trotter said.