The Eagles are expanding their search for Andy Reid's successor.

The team announced Friday that they have requested and received permission to interview Indianapolis offensive coordinator Bruce Arians and Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley.

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Because the Colts and Seahawks are both playing in wild-card round playoff games this weekend, Arians and Bradley cannot talk with the Eagles until after their teams have been eliminated.

The Eagles have already talked with Atlanta special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong and defensive coordinator Mike Nolan since the Falcons have a first-round bye.

Additionally, they are set to interview Denver offensive coordinator Mike McCoy on Sunday - the Broncos also have a bye this weekend - and are unofficially among the teams interested in University of Oregon coach Chip Kelly.

 

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