The Eagles aren't wasting any time in trying to find Andy Reid's successor.
The team confirmed Tuesday morning that owner Jeffrey Lurie and general manager Howie Roseman are scheduled to interview three Atlanta Falcons assistant coaches: special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong, offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter and defensive coordinator Mike Nolan.
Because the Falcons have a first-round bye in the upcoming playoffs, Armstring, Koetter and Nolan are eligible to talk with other teams.
Meanwhile, Reid is among the candidates to become Arizona's next head coach. Reid, who won a franchise-record 140 games in his 14 seasons with the Eagles before being fired Monday, is at the top of the Cardinals' wish list.
Whoever the Eagles hire will report directly to Lurie, but Roseman will have a major say in personnel decisions.
The new coach will also be challenged to change the culture in the locker room. Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, running back LeSean McCoy and quarterback Michael Vick were among the players who suggested some of their teammates failed to give their best efforts late in the season, especially in Sunday's 42-7 loss to the New York Giants.