Offensive coordinator Kellen Moore for the Cowboys flirted with Boise State’s head coach before agreeing a new contract to stay in Dallas. But that expansion doesn’t seem to stop others from thinking about hiring Moore.
ESPN.com’s Todd Archer reports that the Eagles have asked for an interview with Moore.This is the first time Moore’s name coincides with the NFL’s opening in this hiring cycle.
The Eagles allowed 513 yards and 37 points to the Cowboys in a 37-17 loss in Week 16, so if nothing else, the interview would give them the opportunity to pick the brains of the divisional opponent who just set fire to them. Moore would have to agree with the interview for that to happen, and there was no word on whether or not.
Doug Pederson was sacked on Monday and that leaves the Phillies slightly behind other teams in search of a head coach. They interviewed Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady and asked for an interview with Titans Offensive Coordinator Arthur Smith, 49ers defense coordinator Robert Sale. Defensive coordinator Buccaneer Todd Bowles and Patriots team backer coach Gerod Mayo. It also has contact with head coach Lincoln Riley of Oklahoma.