After getting a late start, the Eagles are staying busy on the head coaching search, today adding another pair of names to their interview list.

The team has requested an interview with two offensive coordinators, Kellen Moore of the Cowboys and Brian DaBoll of the Buffalo Bills.

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DaBoll would be an very intriguing choice for a variety of reasons.  One he has transformed Josh Allen from an erratic passer who could use his legs into a legitimate MVP candidate this season.  He also worked with Jalen Hurts during his time at Alabama, and is part of the Belichick tree.

So far the Chargers and Jets have met with DaBoll, who is still involved in the AFC playoff field with Buffalo.

Moore, 32, just signed a three-year extension to remain in Dallas after being pursued by his alum mater, Boise State for their head coaching position. The Cowboys offense was among the best in the league prior to losing quarterback Dak Prescott to injury, but he seems like a long-shot to land the position.

So far the Eagles have met with 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh, and Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady. and have been linked to Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith, Patriots inside linebacker coach Jerod Mayo and Ohio State head coach Ryan Day, who spent the 2015 season on Chip Kelly's staff as the teams quarterback coach.

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