Reporters were notified around 10 PM that the meeting had ended. If that's the actual time that it ended then the two sides met for around seven hours in an interview that was characterized as the continuation of the first meeting which reportedly took place on Saturday.
The Eagles confirmed that Bradley was meeting with the team on Tuesday. He was reportedly the first candidate to receive a second interview.
The 46-year-old Bradley recently finished his fourth season as Seahawks' defensive coordinator, during which his defense allowed the fewest points and ranked fourth in yards allowed. Bradley was one of just two holdovers from Jim Mora's staff when Pete Carroll took over as head coach in 2010.
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