The Philadelphia Eagles are taking the next steps to filling out their Coordinator Openings and the day after Head Coach Nick Sirianni said multiple times he is looking for "Fresh Ideas" for the Offense, they have a new candidate they interview for their next Offensive Coordinator.

Two days after the Eagles interviewed former Arizona Cardinals Head Coach and USC Offensive Coordinator Kliff Kingsbury, Philadelphia has submitted a request to interview Los Angeles Chargers Offensive Coordinator Kellen Moore.  According to NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero, Moore looks to be the odd-man out with the Chargers hiring Jim Harbaugh to be the organization's next Head Coach.

Los Angeles Chargers Offensive Coordinator Kellen Moore
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Eagles fans will recognize Kellen Moore from his four seasons as the Dallas Cowboys Offensive Coordinator.  During his four years as the OC in Dallas, the Cowboys' Offense averaged 27.6 Points Per Game and finished number one in Total Yards in two of his four seasons.  Moore spent this past season with the Chargers whose season fell apart due to a plethora of injuries and their Head Coach Brandon Staley being fired in-season.

The Eagles are one of two teams to request an interview with Kellen Moore, along with the Cleveland Browns according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.  Philadelphia Head Coach Nick Sirianni said at his Wednesday Press Conference he is looking for an Offensive Coordinator who can bring new ideas to the offense for the 2024 season.

Former Cowboys QB and OC Kellen Moore
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Moore, who was a Backup Quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, has worked under Offensive Minded Head Coaches Jason Garrett and Mike McCarthy.  Those two offensive philosophies are different from Eagles Head Coach Nick Sirianni.  Moore is known to be an aggressive play-caller but his personality is much calmer than the eccentric Eagles Head Coach.

With the Defensive Coordinator job going to Vic Fangio for the 2024 NFL season, we can expect the Eagles to put the Offensive Coordinator job into full focus and there should be more interviews coming for this job opening in the coming days.  Sirianni and the Eagles appear to be truly looking for "fresh ideas" for the Philadelphia Offense ahead of the 2024 season.

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