The Eagles have requested permission to interview Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith for their recent head coaching vacancy, reports ESPN;s Dan Graziano.

Smith, like most of the hot names this offseason is being courted by just about every team that is without a head coach, including the Jets, Jaguars, Chargers, Falcons, and Jaguars.

He has led the Titans offense taking over the play calling duties in 2019 with Derrick Henry and Ryan Tannehill using play-action.

The 38-year-old has been with the Titans since 2011 and has been their play-caller the past two season.

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Along with Smith, according to ESPN's Sal Paolantonio, the Eagles have also requested an interview with Tampa Bay defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. Bowles, 57, went 24-40 in his four years as the Jets' head coach before being fired after the 2018 season.

Other candidates include the 49ers Roberts Saleh, Oklahoma's Lincoln Riley and Eagles assistant head coach Duce Staley.

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