Eagles to interview Seahawks’ Gus Bradley

PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Eagles will interview Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley and Indianpolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians and for their head-coaching vacancy.

The Eagles, who fired Andy Reid Monday after a 4-12 season in which they finished in last place in the NFC East, already have interviewed Penn State’s Bill O’Brien and Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator Mike Nolan and special-teams coordinator Keith Armstrong. O’Brien is remaining at Penn State.

Team officials will meet with Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy Sunday in Denver, and are also expected to talk with University of Oregon coach Chip Kelly.

Arians was 9-3 as interim coach in Indianapolis filling in for Chuck Pagano. He previously served as Pittsburgh’s offensive coordinator from 2007-11. The 60-year-old Arians is quite familiar with Philadelphia, having coached Temple from 1983-88.

Bradley is in his fourth season in Seattle.

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