The Eagles are looking to fill a head coaching opening.
After hearing his plans for the future of the franchise, owner Jeffrey Lurie decided to move on from Doug Pederson and head in a new direction after a 4-11-1 finish to 2020.
Pederson led the franchise to a 2017 Super Bowl title, and finished his Philly tenure 42-37-1 overall with playoff appearances in three of the five years.
Keep track of all of the new hires as the staff comes together, and see a full run down of how the head coach and GM process played out below.
Running Backs / Assistant Head Coach
Passing Game Coordinator
Run Game Coordinator / Offensive Line
Assistant Offensive Line
Offensive Quality Control
Director of Player Personnel / Senior Defensive Assistant
Assistant Defensive Backs
Defensive Quality Control
Special Teams Coordinator
Assistant Special Teams Coordinator
Special Teams Quality Control
Head Strength and Conditioning
Wednesday January 20, 2021
Nick Sirianni will be the new head coach, per multiple reports.
Tuesday January 19th, 2021
Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni is interviewing for the Eagles head coaching job today, Adam Schefter tweets.
Tom Pelissero tweets that the Eagles are interviewing Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore for the head coaching job today.
The Eagles plan to interview New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Dennis Allen tomorrow Jason La Canfora tweets.
Monday January 18th, 2021
Chiefs quarterbacks coach Mike Kafka is no longer being considered for the head coaching job, Jeff McLane tweets.
Jeremy Fowler tweets that “multiple sources connected to the Eagles search” believe that Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels is a prime candidate for the AD job. Fowler adds that Tampa Bay defensive coordinator Todd Bowles interviews this afternoon and has some internal support.
Saturday January 16, 2021
Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels is a candidate for the Eagles head coaching opening and is set to interview, per Bo Wulf.
Wednesday January 13th, 2021
Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady has interviewed for the head coaching job, Ian Rapoport tweets.
Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith, who has interviewed for nearly every other NFL head coaching opening, will meet with the Eagles Thursday, the NFL Network team shares.
Per multiple reports, 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh met with the Eagles today about the head coaching job.
According to a report, the Eagles are interested in Ohio State head coach Ryan Day.