While the Philadelphia Eagles have found their new offensive coordinator,  their former play caller still has some interest around the league.

Brian Johnson, who was let go by the team and replaced by Kellen Moore, was in Tampa to interview with the Buccaneers about their vacant offensive coordinator position.

Their former offensive coordinator, Dave Canales, who was hired as the new head coach in Carolina.

Johnson was a head coaching candidate in Carolina and Atlanta and has some interest as an offensive coordinator with some other teams, including Cleveland.

The Eagles offense regressed under Johnson, per ESPN.com the team went from third in points per game (28.1) to seventh (25.5), went from ninth in passing (241.5 yards per game) to 16th (225.5), and fell from fifth in rushing (147.6) to eighth (128.8).

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