Los Angeles Times
I don't see
Still, that's a possible landing spot. As for the
A rich man, a year off
Andy Reid knows no other way of life, and many teams know no other way than to hire someone with a history in the league. The Chargers have been mentioned but some now doubt that scenario. If it takes a year, he'll have the $6 million the Eagles owe him. But as Monday unfolded, openings piled up.
Reid's replacement in Philly has the rumor mill going full speed. From TV guys
Holmgren, a sabbatical
The Eagles are a talented team that came apart at the seams. Andy Reid failed to get the most out of the
His team lacked the motivation and seemed distracted all year. That's what happens when a good leader suffers something tragic like the loss his child.
Reid will rebound, and might do it in San Diego. But he'd probably be wise to sit out a season or two.
As for the Eagles, they need a player's coach who can get the most out of talent, someone with a proven record.
Mike Holmgren did that as the coach of the
The Morning Call
Keeping in mind that this is all guesswork,
In addition, he has had experience and success running a traditional offense that catered to the strengths of former starting QB
A move to the Chargers makes sense for Reid, a Los Angeles native who, despite recent results, can get a team with some veteran leadership (such as the Chargers) playing at a maximum level. He can provide them with an intangible they've lacked since Junior Seau.