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Eagles 2020 Coaching Staff Changes

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2020 EAGLES COACHING STAFF

PRESS TAYLOR
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Previously: Eagles quarterbacks coach

New: Eagles passing game coordinator/quarterbacks coach

RICH SCANGARELLO
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Previously: Denver Broncos offensive coordinator

New: Senior offensive assistant

ANDREW BREINER
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Previously: Mississippi State quarterbacks coach/pass game coordinator

New: Pass game analyst

AARON MOOREHEAD
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Previously: Vanderbilt wide receivers coach

New: Eagles wide receivers coach

MATT BURKE
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Previously: Eagles defensive special assistant

New: Defensive Run game coordinator/defensive line coach

MARQUAND MANUEL
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Previously: Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator

New: Eagles defensive backs coach

T.J. PAGANETTI

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Previously: Assistant running backs coach

New: Eagles assistant run game coordinator/assistant running backs coach

DINO VASSO
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Previously: Defensive quality control/assistant secondary coach

new: Assistant coordinator/defense

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Remember that time where we hired 50 coaches to not be offensive coordinator instead of one offensive coordinator? 

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4 minutes ago, EaglesPeteC said:

Remember that time where we hired 50 coaches to not be offensive coordinator instead of one offensive coordinator? 

And just so Doug wouldn´t have to give up play calling duties.

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1 hour ago, EagleBlueDon said:

Sanjay Lal has gotta be a unanimous top 5 WR coach and we continue to pass on him and idk why.

I think I heard he’s bristly, hard on guys...I wonder if Doug wants more of a team guy.

I think with all of the young guys we need to develop, Sanjay was a better choice.

Have a feeling we will be on WR Coach 7 next year

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2 hours ago, Kiltman said:

I think I heard he’s bristly, hard on guys...I wonder if Doug wants more of a team guy.

I think with all of the young guys we need to develop, Sanjay was a better choice.

Have a feeling we will be on WR Coach 7 next year

Agreed. Seems like we never just take the obvious upgrade guy. Always trying to think of some outside the box type of crap and it's really annoying tbh. Trying to be smarter than everybody else to a fault.

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Hired a guy to coach DL, who has as much DL coaching experience as me. Which is zero. Like are you kidding me? This is the NFL. Who the Hell in that position group room is gonna respect this guy?

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So Schwartz has a guy giving him info on stopping the run game? What about the pass game defense? That's been the sore spot for the last few years. 

 

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1 hour ago, nlesthought said:

So Schwartz has a guy giving him info on stopping the run game? What about the pass game defense? That's been the sore spot for the last few years. 

 

Maybe Jim is passing off the run defense to more specifically focus on the back half?
No clue

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8 minutes ago, Kiltman said:

Maybe Jim is passing off the run defense to more specifically focus on the back half?
No clue

That would be holding someone high up accountable...doesn't add up. lol

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21 hours ago, EaglesPeteC said:

Remember that time where we hired 50 coaches to not be offensive coordinator instead of one offensive coordinator? 

Doug loves having fall guys in case his offense stinks lol

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Some other names we went after are beginning to trickle out...

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USC OC Graham Harrell was one college coach the Eagles looked at hiring in January. Here’s another: Ohio State receivers coach Brian Hartline. Philly pursued the ex-NFL receiver to help with the team’s passing game and coach its wideouts, which is another sign of how the Eagles looked at trying to add some outside-the-NFL influence to their mix. Hartline wound up deciding to remain in Columbus in 2020, but Philly wasn’t the only team to show interest in this rising coaching star, and this isn’t the first year it’s happened. The Colts, for one, looked hard at Hartline a couple years ago, too - Albert Breer 


So former NFL receiver was obviously the key prerequisite. Hines, Ward, Antwaan Randle El, Bobby Engram, Brian Hartline, and then Aaron Moorehead

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