Out with the Old, in with the New: City of Brotherly Love in for a Shake Up

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It’s been some continued speculation all year long, but after Sunday night’s loss to the New York Giants, sources close to Andy Reid and the team say there’s a strong chance Reid may leave his love for coaching, handing over the headset, sooner, rather than later. All year, Reid’s family troubles have been taking a big hit, and many of his players are waiting for the time to come when Mr. Reid makes an official announcement. With OC Marty Mornhinweg already calling/running most of the offense, Reid’s a non-factor at this point, just moving around on the sidelines to keep his mind off of his personal troubles. The likely scenario is giving Mornhinweg the reins at the helm so Reid can ride out the rest of his contract as Executive Vice President of Football Operations, leaving him more time with his family.

Also, inside sources are saying with All-Pro QB Donovan McNabb, as you all may now by this time, most likely will be taking his final snaps under center this season, as they are being numbered in Philly, while this bye week might be the best possible time for the organization to officially turn the table. McNabb will continue to start (for now), but no matter how the season pans/plays out, this is more than likely his last go-around and last album in his long collection filled with great hits, that in-line over the long haul, has produced much to cheer or sing for in “Rocky’s” City, of Philadelphia.  As “rocky” this season has been, McNabb and Reid together has produced many of playoff victories and successful seasons, though the last “hurrah” can be heard out relatively soon for Eagles Nation, between this winning connection of McNabb and Reid, so prepare to embrace this change Philly, as you may be seeing Kolb and Mornhinweg Coming Soon in a “Theatre near you”. 


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