Billick, 58, coached the Ravens from 1999-2007, winning Super Bowl XXXV along the way. He compiled a record of 80-64 during those nine seasons with a 5-3 record in the playoffs.
Reuben Frank, who first reported the interview, wrote that Billick is "among the leading candidates" for the Eagles. Billick is currently in Atlanta calling the Falcons-Seahawks playoff game for FOX television.
PhiladelphiaEagles.com will keep you posted on all the latest news and rumors as the Eagles' search for a head coach continues. The team reportedly interviewed Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley on Saturday. Interviews with Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden and Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians are reportedly on tap this week.
|Brian Billick's Bio|
|1978||Brigham Young||Graduate Assistant|
|1981-1985||San Diego State||Tight Ends Coach|
|1986-1988||Utah State||Offensive Coordinator|
|1989-1991||Stanford||Assistant Head Coach/Tight Ends Coach|
|1992-1993||Minnesota Vikings||Tight Ends Coach|
|1994-1998||Minnesota Vikings||Offensive Coordinator|
|1999-2007||Baltimore Ravens||Head Coach|
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