The Philadelphia Eagles announced Saturday that they are going to Arizona to interview "a variety of candidates" for their vacant head coaching job.
The candidates they are interviewing there include Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley.
The Eagles will also interview Oregon coach Chip Kelly, according to USA Today. Despite that, it has been reported that Kelly is close to a deal with the Cleveland Browns.
Kelly also met with the Buffalo Bills on Friday night, but it is believed that they are a long shot to lure him.
Kelly has a second interview scheduled with the Browns on Saturday night, according to NFL.com. He is in high demand after starting off his Oregon career with a 46-7 record and is coming off 35-17 victory over Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl on Thursday.
The team that hires Kelly will have to pay Oregon a $3.5 million buyout fee.
Additionally, the Eagles plan to interview Syracuse coach Doug Marrone, who previously interviewed with the Bills and Browns.
The team is seeking permission to interview Cincinnati Bengals coordinator Jay Gruden on Monday, according to ESPN.
The Eagles are one of four teams McCoy is interviewing for this weekend. He plans to meet with the Bills and Arizona Cardinals on Saturday and the Chicago Bears and Eagles on Sunday.