The Eagles confirmed that they are hosting Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley for a second interview on Tuesday for the team's head coaching position. Multiple reports indicate that the interview is scheduled to take place in Philadelphia.
Former NFL quarterback and current San Diego television and radio host Kevin O'Connell reported that Bradley has already accepted the Eagles' job and the two sides have started to discuss a contract. Ian Rapoport from NFL Network downplayed that report by stating "no decision (has) been made" and that the first interview was only 90 minutes long. Per Rapoport, there are still a number of things to discuss. Geoff Mosher of Comcast SportsNet added that any report of a done deal is "highly exaggerated." Mosher also stated that the first interview, which reportedly took place in Atlanta on Saturday, was longer than 90 minutes, but a follow-up was still necessary.
If the Eagles want Bradley, they may need to get a deal done Tuesday because Bradley is scheduled to interview with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Wednesday, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
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