As the Philadelphia Eagles continue to conduct their head coaching search, we’ll cover each legitimate candidate individually, while also letting this page serve as a centralized tracker.
It should be noted that the Eagles are likely to interview a whole lot of candidates, seeing as they will partly be conducted via Zoom meetings, and can be executed without the need for travel. In other words, the expectation here is that this tracker is going to be populated with a lot of names, and there will plenty of updates. Bookmark, please.
Most recent updates at the top of this list:
Joe Brady, Panthers OC
(More coming soon.)
Ryan Day, Ohio State HC
Day is “a name to keep your eye on,” according to John Clark of NBC Philly. Day was formerly with the Eagles as a quarterbacks coach in 2015. We’ll cover him more in-depth if/when a report emerges that the Eagles intend to interview him.
Jerod Mayo, Patriots linebackers coach
As a coach, Mayo only has two years of experience. His official title was “inside linebackers coach,” which doesn’t sound like much, but his role was bigger than that title would indicate. The Patriots don’t have an official “defensive coordinator” on their staff. Mayo and outside linebackers coach Steve Belichick served as something of the top two defensive assistants under Bill Belichick. It should also be noted that Brian Flores was “only” the Patriots’ linebackers coach when the Miami Dolphins hired…