It appears that Sean McDermott will stay on as the teams defensive coordinator during training camp as Jim Johnson continues to recover. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports on it:
Multiple team sources have indicated that Sean McDermott will remain the Eagles’ defensive coordinator during training camp at Lehigh University while Jim Johnson continues his battle against melanoma, which was discovered during the team’s playoff run in January.
Based on the Eagles’ defensive accomplishments during Johnson’s 10 seasons in Philadelphia, McDermott, the 35-year-old graduate of La Salle High School, has monumental shoes to fill.
“There is going to be a different perspective about the Eagles’ defense,” said Troy Vincent, the former Eagles cornerback who played for five seasons under Johnson. “It’s the same thing in Tampa Bay now that Monte Kiffin is gone. If you don’t think him leaving changes the way people feel about that defense, then you’re fooling yourself. You’re talking about the two people who have been the most consistent defensive coordinators over the last decade. As an offensive coordinator, you have to think, ‘Let me see what McDermott is going to do. I know he comes from the same system, but let’s see if he’s going to call the same game.'”
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