Eagles Interviewing USC OC Graham Harrell For Offensive Coordinator Job


Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer is reporting that the Eagles are interviewing USC OC Graham Harrell for their offensive coordinator vacancy on Friday. 

The Eagles reportedly requested an interview with Ravens QBs coach James Urban, but he elected to remain in Baltimore.

Before that, the Eagles had been linked to Kevin O’Connell and Jim Caldwell. However, O’Connell joined the Rams and there hasn’t been a lot of buzz about Caldwell in recent weeks. 

Internal candidates that have been mentioned for the Eagles’ coordinator job include Deuce Staley and Press Taylor.

Harrell, 34, played four seasons in the NFL for the Packers and Jets after going undrafted out of Texas Tech back in 2008. He later accepted his first coaching job at Oklahoma State as a quality control coach.

From there, Harrell had stints with Washington State and North Texans before USC hired him as their offensive coordinator for the 2019 season.

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