The longest-tenured NFL coach at 14 seasons is scheduled to meet with Eagles owner Jeff Lurie on Monday, but it appears to be a formality that he's out as coach. Reid might be retained in another capacity with the club since he's under contract for one more year at $6 million.
Lurie insisted after last season that a record of 8-8, as Philadelphia had in 2011, would be unacceptable.
Eagles spokesman Derek Boyko denied that Lurie has already fired Reid, saying it's "absolutely, 100%" untrue.
The Eagles finished with a 4-12 record after a 42-7 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday, losing 11 of their last 12 games, the only win a 23-21 victory at Tampa Bay in Week 14.
Reid said after the loss Sunday that he'll accept any decision made by Lurie."I go in eyes wide open," Reid said. "Either way, I understand. Whatever he chooses will be the right thing. He always does things for the best interests of the Eagles.”