An update on the Philadelphia Eagles' search for a head coach
What's new: Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley arrived in Philadelphia on Tuesday for a second meeting with Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie, president Don Smolenski and general manager Howie Roseman.
Bradley, 46, met with the Eagles contingent Tuesday afternoon and night. The team said no further updates will be made Tuesday night. Bradley is scheduled to interview with the Jacksonville Jaguars today.
He is in his fourth season as the Seahawks’ defensive coordinator. Seattle’s defense led the NFL in points allowed during the regular season at 15.3. The Seahawks beat Washington 24-14 in the first round of the playoffs before suffering a 30-28 loss at Atlanta last Sunday.
What's already happened: The Eagles have interviewed 11 potential coaches since firing Andy Reid on Dec. 31.
What’s next: The Eagles were initially expected to talk with Indianapolis offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, but nothing had been scheduled as of Tuesday night.
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