Eagles Continue 'Sweeping Changes' with Two More Hires

The Philadelphia Eagles are adding another new face to Nick Sirianni's coaching staff, following the hiring of two new coordinators.

Eagles Continue 'Sweeping Changes' with Two More Hire

According to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, the Eagles are signing Clint Hurtt, the former Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator, as their next defensive line coach. 

The Eagles are also expected to employ Seahawks assistant Karl Scott as their next defensive backs coach.

"The Eagles are expected to hire former Seahawks defensive coordinator Clint Hurtt as their D-line coach, per sources," Pelissero said in a statement. 

"Sweeping staff changes continue under Nick Sirianni, who also is expected to hire one of Hurtt's assistants in Seattle, Karl Scott, to coach DBs."

Hurtt, 45, made his NFL debut in 2014 as a defensive line coach for the Chicago Bears. After leaving the Windy City in 2016.

Despite Seattle's excellent defence, the Seahawks missed the playoffs this season, surrendering the third-most yards per game (371.4), second-most running yards (138.4), and eighth-most points (23.6).

Hurtt will now report to Eagles defensive coordinator Vic Fangio, while new offensive coordinator Kellen Moore will oversee the other end.

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