May 27, 2024

All indications suggest that Nick Sirianni is set to continue as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, at least through the upcoming 2024 season, according to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Despite the team’s challenging conclusion to the 2023 season, where they lost six of their last seven games, including a playoff exit in the wild card round, there hasn’t been any official statement from the Eagles regarding Sirianni’s future. As of Sunday, almost a week after their final loss, it seems increasingly likely that Sirianni will remain in his role in Philadelphia, with potential changes expected among the assistant coaching staff.

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Following a meeting with Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie on Friday, Sirianni reportedly presented a plan to address the team’s performance and potentially make changes at offensive and defensive coordinator positions. While the team has not made any official announcements, there are speculations about possible alterations to Sirianni’s coaching staff, with Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter being mentioned as a potential addition. General manager Howie Roseman and Sirianni have been reaching out to coaches for potential staff changes since the playoff exit.

Given the anticipation of “widespread changes,” it is likely that defensive coordinator Sean Desai, senior defensive assistant Matt Patricia, and offensive coordinator Brian Johnson may not be returning for the 2024 season. Patricia took over as the de facto defensive coordinator mid-season after Sirianni demoted Desai. Additionally, Johnson, who has interviewed for head coaching positions with various teams, including the Tennessee Titans, may not be part of the Eagles’ coaching staff moving forward.

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