Former Jets head coach Todd Bowles is interviewing for the Eagles’ vacant head teaching job on Monday, in line with stories.
Bowles, who’s at present the Buccaneers’ defensive coordinator, would be the seventh candidate to interview for the job left vacant after Doug Pederson was fired last week. The Eagles have one in every of two obtainable head teaching jobs, together with the Texans, with the Chargers hiring Brandon Staley and the Lions anticipated to comply with phrases with Dan Campbell.
Bowles’ first head-coaching job was with the Jets from 2015-18, when he went 24-40 with out a postseason look. He appeared to spice up his inventory throughout the Bucs’ 30-20 victory on Sunday, a sport during which his protection restricted the Saints to lower than 300 complete yards.
The Eagles have additionally interviewed Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady, Eagles working backs coach Duce Staley, Patriots assistant coach Jerod Mayo and Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, in addition to Robert Saleh and Arthur Smith, who agreed to jobs with the Jets and Falcons, respectively.