Report: Eagles have interest in interviewing Cowboys special teams coach John Fassel

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The Eagles are doing their due diligence on every available coaching candidate and according to Marcus Hayes of The Inquirer, the Eagles have interest in interviewing Cowboys special teams coach, John Fassel.

Fassel is the son of former Giants head coach, Jim Fassel.

Fassel, 47, spent eight seasons as the Rams’ special teams coordinator under Jeff Fisher and Sean McVay before moving on to Dallas under Mike McCarthy in 2020.

One of the league’s best special teams coordinators, Fassel could take the John Harbaugh road to head coaching prominence and the Eagles have the knowledge of knowing the Ravens once made a similar move with a coach on their staff.

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