The Eagles aren't waiting until next week to resume their coaching search.
CSNPhilly.com, ESPN.com and NFL.com are all reporting that they are scheduled to interview Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley today in Atlanta, where the Seahawks will take on the Falcons tomorrow in an NFC divisional round playoff game.
They are also slated to talk with Cincinnati offensive coordinator Jay Gruden on Monday and are expected to meet with Indianapolis offensive coordinator Bruce Arians at some point in the next week.
Bradley, 46, is considered one of the top candidates to be an NFL head coach next season. He has already interviewed with Arizona. The Seahawks defense led the league in points allowed during the regular sesaon at 15.3 per game, then held Washington to 14 in last week's wild-card round playoff win.
Gruden also interviewed with Arizona last week. Arians, who was hospitalized last week for an inner ear infection, is believed to be interested in San Diego's opening.
Bradley will be the eighth person the Eagles have interviewed in their quest to replace Andy Reid. They previously met with Atlanta special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong and defensive coordinator Mike Nolan, Oregon coach Chip Kelly, Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly, Denver offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, Penn State coach Bill O'Brien and ex-Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith.
Chip Kelly and O'Brien are out of the running. Both opted to stay at their respective colleges.