30. Nick Sirianni, Philadelphia Eagles
Not many would have expected Doug Pederson’s tenure in Philadelphia to end quite like it did. Three years removed from leading the team to a Super Bowl victory, Pederson was ousted from his post following a tumultuous season. Nick Sirianni was marked as Pederson’s successor, as the Eagles hope to revitalize an offense that has come undone since their title run. Sirianni was formerly the offensive coordinator for Indianapolis, and worked with QB Philip Rivers during his time with the Chargers, as well. The 39-year-old is expected to inject some life into the passing game with second-year QB Jalen Hurts and reigning Heisman trophy winner WR DeVonta Smith. He could potentially make some noise in the NFC East.
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