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Who have the Eagles interviewed so far?

Here's a look at the six coaches the Eagles have already spoken to.
Pat Shurmur is still a viable candidate to coach the Eagles next season.Getty Images

The Eagles, according to various sources, have no meeting in the books with head coaches for the rest of the week.

That means there is a good chance their next skipper will come from the six men who've interviewed already.

Here's a brief overview of the resumes of the maincontenders to be the Eagles' 23rd head coach:

Tom Coughlin:Former Giants and Jaguars head coach. Two-time Super Bowl Champion with the Giants. Stepped down in New York after 2015 finale. Has gone 169-146 in his career as head coach.

Doug Pederson:Former Eagles quarterback (1999) and quarterbacks coach (2011-12.) Followed Andy Reid to Kansas City, where he serves as the offensive coordinator.

Ben McAdoo:Giants offensive coordinator the past two seasons under Coughlin. Green Bay quarterbacks coach from 2012 to 2013.

Duce Staley:Eagles running back (1997-2003.) Running backs coach for the Eagles since 2013. Won Super Bowl 40 as a player with the Steelers.

Pat Shurmur:Eagles quarterbacks coach (2002-2008,) offensive coordinator (2013-2015,) and interim head coach following Chip Kelly's dismissal. Cleveland Browns' head coach from 2011 to 2012. Has a 10-23 career record as a head coach.

Adam Gase: Broncos offensive coordinator in 2013 and 2014 and Bears offensive coordinator in 2015. Hired as head coach by the Miami Dolphins.

 

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