Eagles could be forced to wait a few weeks on interviews for Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy or QBs coach Mike Kafka

Glenn Erby
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The Eagles have been linked to both Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy and QB coach Mike Kafka, but if Jeffrey Lurie wants to interview either guy, he’ll have to wait until they’re eliminated from the playoffs.

The wait stems from the league’s anti-tampering policy, under which the initial interview window for Bieniemy and others closed Sunday, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported.

The same goes for Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll or Buccaneers defensive coordinator, Todd Bowles.

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OddsMoney LinePoint SpreadTotal Points
Buffalo
+130+3O 54.5
Kansas City
-154-3U 54.5