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How Josh McDaniels' 180 May Impact Frank Reich, Jim Schwartz, John DeFilippo

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    How Josh McDaniels' 180 May Impact Frank Reich, Jim Schwartz, John DeFilippo
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    How Josh McDaniels' 180 may impact Frank Reich, Jim Schwartz, John DeFilippo

    There's been nonstop euphoria around these parts for three days now and nobody is really thinking about the future yet. 

    Most of us are still processing this.

    On Tuesday, Roob laid out how the Eagles are going to be really good for a really long time because of how many key players they have locked up the next three seasons.

    Another benefit of the Eagles' winning it all was that all the head coaching vacancies were filled during their playoff run. Great news for the Eagles in terms of keeping defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz, Frank Reich and potentially QBs coach John DeFilippo.

    ... Not so fast.

    Patriots OC Josh McDaniels shockingly spurned the Colts, reneging on his verbal agreement to become their head coach mere hours before his scheduled press conference in Indianapolis. Thus, a job is back open.

    Indy's interest in an offensive-minded head coach probably means they won't be hiring Schwartz, though they may be back at Square 1 right now and looking for the best possible candidate.

    As far as DeFilippo, all of a sudden he would theoretically jump to the top of the Colts' list. "Coach Flip" couldn't possibly have had a stronger season, helping Carson Wentz to near-MVP honors and then Nick Foles to a dynamic playoff run.

    That also makes Reich an appealing option, and according to two NFL Network reporters, Reich is on the Colts' short list.

    Even if DeFilippo doesn't get the Colts gig, he's a good bet to be hired somewhere as an offensive coordinator.

    The Vikings still want to talk with DeFilippo about their OC opening. (Pat Shurmur left to become the Giants' head coach.) However, Minnesota is not permitted to speak with DeFilippo until 10 days after the Eagles' season ended.