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Another Candidate Interviews For Eagles Head Coach Spot

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A look at the list of coaches the Eagles have interviewed thus far. A look at the list of coaches the Eagles have interviewed thus far.
PHILADELPHIA -

A new name has surfaced in the growing list of candidates for the Eagles head coaching position.

FOX 29's Howard Eskin reports former Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt was interviewed in Philadelphia Monday.

Whisenhunt was interviewed for other head coach positions, but now he may be one of the best options available.

Cincinnati offensive coordinator Jay Gruden was also interviewed Monday by the Eagles, Eskin reports.

Thus far, the Eagles have interviewed the following coaches:

From the college ranks

Penn State head coach Bill O'Brien

Oregon head coach Chip Kelly

Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly

Eskin reports all received seven figure yearly raises from their schools.

From the NFL

Atlanta special teams coach Keith Armstrong

Atlanta defensive coordinator Mike Nolan

Denver offensive coordinator Mike McCoy

Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley

Former Chicago head coach Lovie Smith

Former Baltimore head coach and Fox analyst Brian Billick

Former Arizona head coach Ken Whisenhunt

Cincinnati offensive coordinator Jay Gruden

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