Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley will interview with the Jaguars Wednesday after meeting with the Eagles for about seven hours on Tuesday.

Could he have talked his way out of a deal?  On the Sports Bash, ESPN NFL insider John Clayton told us "Unless he bombs his interview, he'll get the job" could that be precisely what happened?

(Listen to ESPN NFL insider John Clayton)

On the other hand, Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon, now a member of the Seahawks broadcast team, suggested that he didnt sense that Bradley would take the job just to take it and would be comfortable coming back to Seattle, knowing the type of talent he would be coming back to.

(Listen to Warren Moon on the Sports Bash)

There was speculation that Bradley would not get out of Philadelphia on Tuesday without signing on the dotted line, many people really felt this meeting was more a formality but after a second interview at owner Jeffery Lurie's mansion that lasted seven hours, he's still getting on a plane for Jacksonville Wednesday - not a good sign.

The Eagles had hoped to get Bradley under contract before he left Philadelphia on Tuesday and now might have to make other plans to find their head coach.  There has been plenty of speculation that Ken Whisenhunt is the Eagles' next choice behind Bradley.

It could come down to one of these four men; Bradley, Whisenhunt, Brian Billick and Lovie Smith, with Bradley remaining the favorite if he doesn't agree to coach the Jags.