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Former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid has emerged as a candidate to become the Arizona Cardinals' next head coach, according to team and league sources.Upvote Share Tweet
Add another collegiate name to the Eagles' list of head coaching candidates.Upvote Share Tweet
Eagles seek title-winning coachCNNSI.com Updated Jan 1, 2013PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Jeffrey Lurie's search for the Philadelphia Eagles' next coach began before he fired Andy Reid and could last until the Super Bowl.Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Updated Jan 1, 2013The Mike Smith tree, or the Thomas Dimitroff tree, doesn’t have the same kind of ring to it. But no teams has been or is being picked over more heavily than the Falcons’ right now. Along with previously reported interviews for offensive coordinator DiUpvote Share Tweet
Eagles president Don Smolenski will also have input on new coachIt was expected that Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie would use general manager Howie Roseman's input when determining the new coach, but another key person in the process is team president Don Smolenski.Upvote Share TweetPerhaps the biggest question surrounding the Eagles entering the offseason is whether Nick Foles can be a starting quarterback. Team owner Jeffrey Lurie said former coach Andy Reid was high on Foles, but the next head coach must determine whether Foles …Upvote Share Tweet
Sources: Reid To Cardinals?Jan 1Adam Schefter discusses the possibility of Andy Reid becoming the new coach of the Arizona Cardinals.
Peter King: Rams started their rebuilding effort the right way in 2012; ma…Jan 1On Black New Year's Day, as 11 NFL teams try to figure out what to do with either their organization, GM, coach, coaching staffs -- or all of them -- I bring you my Smart Team of the Year: the St. Louis Rams.
Jim Trotter: Seahawks defense short on marquee names, but not superstar pl…Jan 1There were 53 cornerbacks selected in the 2011 NFL draft, and Richard Sherman wasn't among the first 33 chosen. If you think that doesn't grate on him, then you don't know Sherman, who was taken in the fifth round by the Seattle Seahawks.