Philly Eagles general manager Howie Roseman has already begun his search for his next head coach.
The Eagles have already fired Chip Kelly, and the team is in the midst of a coaching search.
One of the names in Roseman’s list of candidates is former Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Chip Long, who has reportedly interviewed with the Eagles.
One other name that’s been mentioned is former Arizona Cardinals offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, who spent four seasons as the offensive coordinator for the Cardinals.
Roseman did not comment on McCoy, but told the Philadelphia Inquirer that he and the Eagles are in the process of discussing possible options for the position.
Roseman’s decision will come at the end of the season, but the Eagles have had an impressive offseason so far.
The team is expected to release a number of veteran free agents, including defensive end Chris Long, wide receiver Kenny Britt, and defensive tackle Trent Cole.
There are also several additions on the roster that will be interesting to watch, including wide receiver Brandon LaFell and cornerback Jalen Mills.
Rosemant has also reportedly hired former Denver Broncos head coach John Fox, who is widely believed to be on his way out.
The Eagles have been linked to several head coaching candidates, including Jim Schwartz, John Harbaugh, and Chip Kelly.
Schwartz is expected back in Philadelphia in 2018, while Harbaugh is also a candidate to be the next head football coach in the NFL.
Harbaugh is known to be a popular guy with the team, and his name has been linked as well.
The 49ers are currently leading the NFC West, with the San Francisco 49ers sitting just two games back of the Los Angeles Rams for the division title.
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