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FFH
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[NFL] Who replaces Andy Reid as Eagles head coach at year end?

Who will the Eagles pick to replace Reid when the season ends. Here are some potential candidates based on interviews with other head coaches: Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden, brother of Jon. One list also included Packers offensive coordinator Tom Clements and 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman. The other had Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell and Bengals defensive lieutenant Mike Zimmer.

»www.philly.com/philly/news/20121···SSp.html
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Moorecards

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Re: [NFL] Who replaces Andy Reid as Eagles head coach at year en

I say we do a write in for Eagles LoveR !!!!!

I would like to see Brian Billick get back into coaching



rockotman
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Dark horse: Bruce Ariens



Fir_Na_Tine
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Knowing our luck Andy Reid will be given another year.



Fishead1
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Rex Ryan.



drslash
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Norv Turner
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said by drslash:

Norv Turner
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LOL
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Take me back

the dickhead from the JEST



footballdude
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said by Fishead1:

Rex Ryan.

I agree, he's got Eagles written all over him.
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f0rtys3ven
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Rex is fine as a D coordinator. Just need a spot where you can keep him off camera/ out of interviews. Head coaching I'm not sure Rex may be doing next year.



Eagles LoveR
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Rex may never get another HC again. DC he will get somewhere, and I would come him to Philly. He may not be a great HC but he is indeed a great DC



I AM
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said by Fishead1:

Rex Ryan.

Just read somewhere the Eagles (I think Grantland) should try to get Rex! Rex wants to coach veterans not a rebuilding team as the Jets will be.


FFH
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said by I AM:

said by Fishead1:

Rex Ryan.

Just read somewhere the Eagles (I think Grantland) should try to get Rex! Rex wants to coach veterans not a rebuilding team as the Jets will be.

Well then, the Eagles won't be the team. Next year they start a re-building process.


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But Rex guarantees a Super Bowl.



MuDvAyNe
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Jason Garrett.



fatness
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I'm hoping for Mick Foley. That would liven up the games.



footballdude
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said by fatness:

I'm hoping for Mick Foley. That would liven up the games.

You'd never know which of his personalities would show up on game day.
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capdjq
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I, personally, would like to see Bill Cowher but I doubt he would leave the cozy confines of Broadcasting, especially since the Eagles are missing the one ingredient that spell success, an efficient QB.

Chip Kelly is the hottest college coach who undoubtedly could have a future in the NFL, should he want to leave the comfortable confines of Eugene, Ore. His Team has a supremely efficient, up-tempo offense and brilliantly bold play-calling have made him successful.

Another College Coach, with nothing to prove where he is, is Nick Saban. He could stay in 'Bama all his life, but maybe he would like to try the NFL once more.

I hear rumours that the Jets are trying to acquire Vick and trade Sanchez.
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footballdude
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said by capdjq:

I hear rumours that the Jets are trying to acquire Vick and trade Sanchez.

I don't think any team out there would want Sanchez with his current contract. The Jets would have to eat his salary in order to trade him and they're 20 million over the salary cap next year already. If they trade or release Sanchez, that gives them an extra 4 million against the cap, so it would be 24 million. The Jets have no choice but to clean house in the offseason, but Sanchez might stay simply because they can't afford to get rid of him.
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Rexx not only failed at being a head coach but fucked an entire organization and a franchise QB.

I hope for his sake he can push some of this blame off on upper mang. but if Tebow/Sanchez contract were his call. GG rexx GG.
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I read somewhere that Sanchez would be a good fit for the Raiders. I mean how worst can he be then Palmer?



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said by I AM:

I read somewhere that Sanchez would be a good fit for the Raiders. I mean how worst can he be then Palmer?

Compare their stats and comeback and see how much worse Sanchez is lol.
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Hey, it's Philadelphia so does it really matter?



footballdude
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said by I AM:

I read somewhere that Sanchez would be a good fit for the Raiders. I mean how worst can he be then Palmer?

I don't think Sanchez gets traded. The Jets are 25 million over the salary cap next season as it stands now. They have to clean house and cut salary. If they trade or release Sanchez, they will take another four million hit against the cap. They might be willing to do that if someone offered the moon for him, but with Al Davis dead, no current owner is that crazy.
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Rook008
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It's almost official: »www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100000···a-eagles



I AM
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I have a feeling Andy stays!!!!!



FFH
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said by I AM:

I have a feeling Andy stays!!!!!

It is finally official - Reid is fired.
»www.philly.com/philly/sports/eag···ach.html

It's finally official: The Andy Reid era in Philadelphia is over.

Reid was fired Monday after 14 seasons at the helm of the Eagles. His dismissal comes one day after an embarrassing 42-7 loss at the New York Giants which put the finishing touches on a 4-12 season.

The Eagles will hold a press conference at noon. We'll have live coverage right here on Philly.com starting at 11:30 a.m.

"Andy Reid won the most games of any head coach in Eagles history and he is someone I respect greatly and will remain friends with for many years to come,” Eagles chairman and CEO Jeff Lurie said in a press release. "But, it is time for the Eagles to move in a new direction. Coach Reid leaves us with a winning tradition that we can build upon. And we are very excited about the future.”

Now, who replaces him. They need to move quickly in signing a replacement. Maybe today at news conference.

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rockotman
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said by I AM:

I have a feeling Andy stays!!!!!

Or not.


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capdjq
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Via condios, Andy.

»www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100000···-seasons



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BLACK MONDAY
Buffalo Bills fired Chan Gailey

Chicago Bears fired Lovie Smith

Cleveland Browns fired Pat Shurmur and GM Tom Heckert

Kansas City Chiefs fired Romeo Crennel.

Philadelphia Eagles fired Andy Reid

San Diego Chargers fired Norv Turner and GM A.J. Smith

Arizona Cardinals fired Ken Whisenhunt and GM Rod Graves

New York Jets fired GM Mike Tannenbaum