Several months ago on NFLDraftDog.com I mentioned that Eagles HC Reid was on the hot seat. This
was just one more example of my information and instincts being right. More than a year before OC Weis left the
Chiefs for a lateral move to the OC spot at Florida, I reported that there was a conflict between him and HC Haley.
Last Sunday, a local Philly paper reported that the Reid era of the Eagles may be coming to an end. There
are several reasons that is happening. First, and most significant, there is a growing split between Eagle
owner Jeffrey Lurie and HC Reid. The clearest evidence of that split was the issue of the starting QB between Mike
Vick and Kevin Kolb. Reid named Kolb the starter for the 2010 season. When he got hurt Vick became an exciting fan favorite.
But Reid announced that when Kolb recovered he would regain his starting spot. Less than a week after that Vick
was named the starter for the rest of the season. As the 2011 season finally got underway, Kolb was traded to the Cards and the spitting contest between the owner and coach over this issue was settled.… Read more at FryingPanSports