PHILADELPHIA — They’re all aboard the Gus Bus in Philly.
Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley arrived in Philadelphia on Tuesday for his second interview with the Eagles, suggesting the nearly three-week search to replace Andy Reid could be nearing an end.
Bradley first met with the Eagles in Atlanta on Saturday, a day before Seattle lost to the Falcons in a NFC divisional playoff game. He’s the first of the 11 known candidates interviewed by Philadelphia to get a second meeting. He’s also expected to interview with Jacksonville this week, though the Eagles could make him an offer that changes those plans.
The 46-year-old Bradley has emerged as a favorite among fans based mainly on an old video clip in which he rips into the Seahawks’ defense during a game, screaming “Do your job!”