The Eagles' ever-expanding list of potential head coaches got even bigger on Sunday when word got out they had interviewed FOX Sports analyst and former Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick., and all reported that the Eagles talked to Billick about replacing Andy Reid last Monday.

Billick, 58, posted an 80-64 record in nine seasons with the Ravens and guided them to their only Super Bowl championship in the 2000 season. He hasn't coached in the NFL since 2007, when he was fired after the Ravens finished 5-11 in favor of former Eagles special teams coordinator John Harbaugh.

Harbaugh's Ravens will play in the AFC championship game for the second straight season this year when they take on the winner of today's Houston-New England game.

In addition, the Eagles are scheduled to interview Cincinnati offensive coordinator Jay Gruden on Monday and Indianapolis offensive coordinator Bruce Arians on Tuesday.

Besides Billick, they have already interviewed Atlanta special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong and defensive coordinator Mike Nolan, Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, Oregon coach Chip Kelly, Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly, Denver offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, Penn State coach Bill O'Brien and ex-Chicago coach Lovie Smith.