Doug Pederson may no longer be the coach of the Philadelphia Eagles.
ESPN reported on Sunday that Pedersen’s future as the team’s head coach is “not firm” and that if team boss Jeffrey Lurie is not confident in the coach’s vision, he may be let go.
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The most recent speculation about Pedersen’s future came one week after the team was accused of playing against the Washington football team in a playoff-impact game.
Washington won and can win the NFC Eastern Championship, but if they lose, the New York Giants will win the division championship.
Pedersen made a critical decision to let quarterback Jalen Hurts replace Nate Sudfeld in the last four games of the Hawks. Carson Wentz is not active.
For the first time since 2002, pirates boycotted Washington̵
There are rumors that Pedersen’s relationship with Wentz “broken”, but he rejected these claims last week.
He said: “This relationship is very good and very good. This is the basis for our continued development.”
Pedersen helped Philadelphia win the only Super Bowl championship. The Eagles signed a contract with Pedersen to extend the contract to the 2022 season only two years ago.
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The Eagles will complete the game on April 1, 2020, and there will be high draft picks to welcome the spring game.