Eagles continue search for new offensive coordinator, this time by interviewing former rival

The Eagles shift their attention back to their search for an OC.
Kellen Moore, Philadelphia Eagles
Kellen Moore, Philadelphia Eagles / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

With the Philadelphia Eagles set to introduce a longtime target (and former brain trust) as their new defensive coordinator, attention shifts to the other side of the ball. Who will be the guy to fill the void created by former offensive coordinator Brian Johnson? Everyone has their opinion.

Everyone from media outlets to fans have expressed their opinions about who might make suitable replacements. We even jotted down a few of our own.

Add one more name to the list of candidates. This one's a former rival, but this is the NFL and being one of its coaches is a nomadic profession.

The Philadelphia Eagles request an interview with Chargers offensive coordinator Kellen Moore.

Philly has added another coordinator's name to its search, and hey, guess what? We know this guy! Kellen Moore appears to be set for an interview for the Eagles' vacant offensive coordinator position. The last time we saw him, he was calling the offensive plays for the hated Dallas Cowboys attack (2019-2022). The Cleveland Browns have requested an interview with him as well.

Moore is a former NFL quarterback who is curently the L.A. Chargers' offensive coordinator, but with Jim Harbaugh set to take over there, the feeling is he may want to bring his own staff and OC with him.

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