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There’s a lot we still don’t know about how the Chip Kelly hire came to be. What we do? It happened, despite all the concern about Howie Roseman. Hit it HERE for today’s podcast.
Central to the argument against Howie Roseman has been that his role in personnel decisions may be a deterrent for marquee head coaches who want to run the show. Chip Kelly will want to run the show. Will Jeffrey Lurie let him? Better: Has Lurie said anything to suggest he wouldn’t? Has he even said [...]
Fans are fretting over Gus Bradley leaving Philly without a contract. But had there been one, he might’ve been pushed away for good. Hit it HERE for today’s podcast.
Maybe Howie Roseman is, in fact, a deal-breaker for head coaching candidates when it comes time for them to make their final decision. He’s apparently good enough to sit down with a second time. Eagles are bringing Seattle DC Gus Bradley in for a second interview tomorrow. — Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) January 15, 2013 Glazer [...]
While Howie Roseman’s overbearing role and the team’s indecision on a type seem to be the most prevailing items in their head coaching search, including today’s news that the team interviewed former Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt and Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden, their decisions on what to release (and what not to release) is also [...]
Howie Roseman’s thirst for power may be too big to coexist with another like it. We’re about to find out whether that’s a problem for coordinator types soon. According to FOX’s Jay Glazer, the Eagles are expected to hold a second interview with Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley this week. They first spoke on Saturday. Glazer [...]
Among Jason La Canfora’s critiques of Roseman: “horrid free agent signings” like Nnamdi Asomugha, one of many players many think needs to be replaced. He also notes how they were misused in the schemes that defined the last three, four, five years, what eventually became “the demise of Andy Reid.” Pretty tough to evaluate players [...]
This isn’t the first time you’ve seen this here, that the issue with Howie Roseman’s role in the coaching search is more about his power within the organization than his perception outside it. But now, some supporting evidence, from Jason La Canfora [CBS Sports]: I wish I had a dollar for every time someone told [...]
For those wondering whether there was any strategy to teams holding off on interviewing Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley until Seattle was eliminated from the postseason and he became officially available, this may be your answer. In FOX’s broadcast of the Seattle-Atlanta game, Thom Brenaman said Bradley would be interviewing with two more teams. Brenaman, [...]