Eagles expected to hire an offensive coordinator for Doug Pederson’s staff

Glenn Erby
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The fallout from the Eagles 4-11-1 record continues and Jeff McLane of The Inquirer is reporting that Doug Pederson is expected to add a true offensive coordinator to the staff.

The Eagles will reportedly allow senior offensive assistant Rich Scangarello to move on when his contract expires, along with that of offensive consultant, Marty Mornhinweg.

Doug Pederson addressed the notion that the Eagles had too many voices in the room this season and a unique idea of surrounding Carson Wentz with veteran coaches imploded by Week 3.

Former Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn, former Browns coach Hue Jackson, former Texans head coach Bill O’Brien and Eagles running backs coach, Duce Staley could all be names to watch.


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