An update on the Philadelphia Eagles’ search for a head coach.

What’s new: The Eagles’ ever-expanding list of potential head coaches grew even larger on Sunday when word got out they had interviewed FOX Sports analyst and former Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick.

ESPN.com, CBSSports.com and CSNPhilly.com all reported that the Eagles talked to Billick about becoming their coach last Monday.

Billick, 58, was 80-64 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

What’s already happened?: The team has interviewed eight candidates since firing Andy Reid on Dec. 31.

What’s next?: In addition, the Eagles are scheduled to interview Cincinnati offensive coordinator Jay Gruden today and Indianapolis offensive coordinator Bruce Arians on Tuesday.