The Eagles officially named Aaron Moorehead as the team's wide receivers coach on February 6. Here is a snapshot of his career:
• Moorehead was the wide receivers coach at Vanderbilt for the past two seasons. One of his pupils, Kalija Lipscomb, posted 87 receptions for 916 yards, both among the top totals in school history. Lipscomb was invited to play in the 2020 Senior Bowl.
• Moorehead spent five years in the NFL as a wide receiver with the Indianapolis Colts. He played on the Colts' squad that captured Super Bowl XLI by defeating the Chicago Bears. The world championship allowed Moorehead and his father, Emery, to become the first father-son combo to both win a Super Bowl. Father won as starting TE for 1985 Chicago Bears.
• Moorehead concluded his NFL career with 31 catches, 330 receiving yards and a touchdown as an undrafted player.
• Prior to coaching at Vanderbilt, Moorehead coached the wide receivers at Texas A&M from 2015-17. He began his coaching career as an offensive graduate assistant at the University of New Mexico in 2009 and went on to coach at Stanford University (2010-12) and Virginia Tech (2013-14).
• Moorehead played collegiately at the University of Illinois, earning four letters from 1999-2002. He finished his career at Illinois with 85 receptions, good for 1,293 yards and nine touchdowns.