Eagles Interview Joe Brady

The Eagles have interviewed Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady for their head coaching job, as Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweets. Brady has interviewed for nearly every opening this circuit and could be on the verge of his first HC gig.

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The Falcons, Texans, Chargers, and Jets have also chatted with the 31-year-old rising star. Brady made a name for himself in 2019 when he served as LSU’s passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach, guiding Joe Burrows and Justin Jefferson to a record-breaking offensive campaign. In January of 2020, the Panthers called him up to the pros.

Brady’s Panthers offense did not impress, but that was largely due to injuries. Despite Teddy Bridgewater’s struggles and Christian McCaffrey’s injuries, the Panthers still got 1,000+ yards out of D.J. Moore, Robby Anderson, Curtis Samuel, and Mike Davis. The Birds, who are revamping their offense around Jalen Hurts, could ask Brady to lead the way.

Here’s a look at the Eagles’ other candidates, via PFR’s tracker:

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  1. whosehighpitch

    One says Wentz is the guy. This article says Hurts is the guy. What a mess

  2. eagles1191

    2 names that should be on this list are Dabol the OC from Buffalo and Dorsey the QB coach from Buffalo. The progression of Josh Allen is amazing. I’m confident that one of these 2 or both can come in and fix Wentz.

    IMO Wentz has a lot of similarities as Allen, mobile, big arm, roll outs.

    If we hire Dabol he may bring Dorsey with him as his OC.

    Second choice would be Saleh, he could help fix the defense, and is rumored to bring Lafleur with him as his OC, if Lafleur can coach an Offense like his brother in Green Bay, I think Wentz will be back to playing like he was in 2017 before he got hurt.

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