Jason La Canfora of NFL.com reports that a league source has told him that veteran NFL coach Dick Jauron has joined Andy Reid's coaching staff as the defensive backs coach, replacing Brian Stewart.
Jauron coached for four seasons in Buffalo and was fired as the team's head coach after a 3-6 start in 2009. Jauron has a 60-82 record as a head coach in the NFL in Buffalo, Chicago and Detroit, where he was an interim head coach in 2005.
Reid and Jauron coached together in Green Bay in 1992-94. Jauron was the *Associated Press' *Coach of the Year in 2001 when he led the Bears to a 13-3 record in the regular season. Chicago earned a first-round playoff bye that year before losing to Donovan McNabb and the Eagles in the NFC Divisional Playoff round.
He has been a coach in the NFL since 1985 when he served as the defensive backs coach in Buffalo after he played as a safety in the league from 1973-80 with Detroit and Cincinnati.
The Eagles have not commented on the report.
-- Posted by Dave Spadaro, 10:47 p.m., February 2