Eagles to interview 49ers assistant Michael Clay for special teams coordinator job

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The Philadelphia Eagles allowed Dave Fipp to move on to the Detroit Lions as their new special teams coordinator.

Now per Matt Barrows of The Athletic, Philadelphia and New York Jets both have reached out to the San Francisco 49ers to interview assistant special teams coach Michael Clay for positions on their staffs.

Clay, who’s only 29, played linebacker at Oregon under Chip Kelly and after a failed attempt in the NFL, he joined the Eagles’ coaching staff in 2014 as a quality control coach and special teams assistant.

Clay has spent the last four years as the 49ers assistant special teams coach and has spent five years overall with the team after serving in a strength and conditioning role.

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