Nick Sirianni set for Friday meeting with Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie to present his plan

Nick Sirianni has led the Eagles to the playoffs and his first three seasons, but he’ll meet with owner Jeffrey Lurie on Wednesday, needing to present a plan of action to save his job.

With Philadelphia going 1-6 in their final seven games, Ian Rapoport reports that Sirianni will need to “present his plan for the future” and that Lurie must sign off on it going forward or risk being fired.

Sirianni was expected to present his plan for the future to Lurie during the meeting, which should include staff changes at defensive coordinator, and potentially offensive coordinator, as well, Rapoport reported. If Sirianni is open to such changes, he will likely stay as Eagles coach, but if Lurie doesn’t approve of Sirianni’s plan, a different outcome could result.

Fletcher Cox and Jason Kelce were among the Eagles players who supported Sirianni before departing the team facility for the offseason on Wednesday.

Philadelphia started 10-1 before finishing 11-6 and second in the NFC East, earning the No. 5 overall seed in the playoffs.

The Eagles then went without converting a third or fourth down as the team suffered a 32-9 loss to the Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium.

Story originally appeared on Eagles Wire