Another Eagles Coach Now Leaving Nick Sirianni's Staff

The coaching turnover in Philadelphia is in full swing with a trusted Sirianni assistant taking a job elsewhere.

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Nick Sirianni may have kept his job as the Philadelphia Eagles head coach against all odds, but his staff will certainly look very different next season. Kellen Moore as the new offensive coordinator, and Vic Fangio as the new defensive coordinator will be headlining Sirianni's staff in 2024, but there will be even more new faces on the sidelines.

Now, the Eagles are losing senior offensive assistant Marcus Brady to the Los Angeles Chargers, according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.

Eagles News: Assistant Marcus Brady Leaves Sirianni's Staff

Brady has been a trusted associate of Sirianni dating back to his Indianapolis Colts days. He was the quarterbacks coach when Sirianni was the offensive coordinator in Indiana before eventually replacing him as the OC once Sirianni took the Eagles job.

He then joined Sirianni in Philadelphia, where he worked as an offensive consultant and a senior offensive assistant for one of the most explosive Eagles offenses in recent memory in 2022.

Brady was rumored to be a candidate for the offensive coordinator job with the Chargers under Jim Harbaugh. However, Los Angeles decided to go with a more experienced play-caller for the position in Greg Roman. Instead, 44-year-old Brady will take a lesser role under Roman as the passing game coordinator.

The Eagles will have no problem replacing Brady in the coaching staff. However, the fact that an assistant with such close ties to Sirianni is leaving to take a similar role somewhere else is notable. It could signify the vulnerable position Sirianni may be in with the Eagles next season.

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