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Nick Sirianni removed from Eagles’ offensive leadership for 2024

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It was over a week after the end of the Eagles’ 2023 season before general manager Howie Roseman and head coach Nick Sirianni held their postmortem press conference. They addressed a multitude of issues, including Sirianni’s decreased involvement in the offense, changes in coordinator roles, reflections on what went wrong at the conclusion of the 2023 season, as well as the snow storms that impacted their plans for moving forward. Here are the details of what they discussed.

Sirianni admitted that the Eagles offense had become stagnant at the conclusion of the season and acknowledged that while he had a high opinion of Brian Johnson, a change was necessary. While Johnson played a significant role in the team’s success over the past three years, the team is now looking for fresh ideas. They’re seeking to bring in a coordinator with new concepts and a different offensive scheme, while also incorporating successful past strategies. Sirianni expressed the need to find the right fit and merge the new ideas with the team’s existing framework.

The head coach also emphasized the importance of hiring someone capable of not only running the offense but also coaching the quarterback. He outlined a vision for the new offensive coordinator, stating that they would be responsible for orchestrating the offense. Sirianni also mentioned the necessity of maintaining close communication with quarterback Jalen Hurts throughout the process.

As for Sirianni’s upcoming role, he recognized that he would be relinquishing control of the offense to the new offensive coordinator, but would continue to oversee all three phases of the game as the head coach. Roseman also commented on the team’s 1-6 ending to the season, highlighting the impressive 26-5 record before that period and expressing confidence in Sirianni’s abilities as a head coach.

The press conference also addressed the search for a new Defensive Coordinator, with Sirianni emphasizing the importance of finding the right candidate to make use of the team’s talent. Additionally, Roseman discussed the team’s roster-building strategy and the remaining uncertainties with some position coaches as they work through the coordinator changes. He expressed excitement about the offensive core of the team and highlighted the importance of his offseason decisions in building a competitive roster.

Regarding Jalen Hurts’ development, Sirianni acknowledged the areas of improvement following the 2023 season. However, he expressed confidence in Hurts’ work ethic and his ability to address these areas as he has done in the past. Sirianni also reflected on Hurts’ growth as a passer and stressed the quarterback’s continuous improvement.

The press conference provided insights into the Eagles’ plans for the upcoming season, revealing a focus on revitalizing the offense by bringing in new ideas and establishing a new coordinator to lead the team’s offensive strategy. The restructuring of roles indicates that the team is focused on building a cohesive and competitive roster for the future. As the team continues to navigate upcoming decisions and changes, their vision for improvement and growth remains at the forefront of their plans for the offseason.

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