Before Howie Roseman and Nick Sirianni address the media on Wednesday, they have been busy talking to potential offensive coordinators.

NFL Network Mike Garofalo reported on Tuesday the team interviewed former Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury.

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Today, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the team interviewed Texans' quarterback coach Jerrod Johnson for the position. Johnson actually spent about a month with the team during the 2011 season and as been a NFL coach with the Texans, 49ers and Colts.

Johnson worked with Texans' rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud this season.

The Eagles have not officially announced that Johnson is no longer part of the organization, but multiple reports have indicated that is the case. Johnson spent one season as the Eagles play-caller, but was running Nick Sirianni's offense.

Now the team is looking to replace Johnson with a new play caller, but it is unclear if they will run Sirianni's offense, or get to install their own offense in 2024.

Maybe we will get answers to that today at 2:30 at the presser, which you can watch here.

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