Eagles announce new coordinators

Discussion in 'Hard Knocks' started by Zikry, Feb 17, 2014.

  1. Zikry

    Zikry Walk On

    Sep 22, 2010


    After a year where Nick Foles threw 40 (yes that is no typo) interceptions, the Eagles decided to go in a different direction with the offense. In comes David Culley, former Kansas City Chiefs WR coach and someone who was part of the Eagles organization from 1999-2012. Said Coach Chip after the hiring: "It will be a different approach to the fast paced offense that I am used to, but with Lesean in the backfield we think it's best if we go with a more balanced approach while also featuring Nick under center a lot more." Culley was elated to be back with the Eagles organization as he finally gets the offensive coordinator job he's been dreaming of.


    Eagles went and decided on bringing in the Steelers' former defensive assistant to take control of the defense. As a former NFL linebacker, Jerry Olsavsky brings with him the experience needed to mold this team as he sees fit. With the Eagles being tagged to take a rookie LB in the draft by draft guru Cimmy, this move makes even more sense as Olsavsky can teach the youngin' a thing or two. Look for Michael Kendricks and Jelani Jenkins to benefit the most out of this move.
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