Could Gruden End Up in Philly?

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here are expected to be a lot of NFL head-coaching vacancies after the season. At least five and possibly as many as 10. If the Eagles continue their southward migration, they will be one of those teams looking for a new head coach.

 A name that will come up in the conversation at just about every place with an opening, including One NovaCare Way, is that of Jon Gruden.

 Is Chucky really ready to say goodbye to the good life of the broadcast booth and get back into the 18-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week meat grinder that is NFL coaching? Or is he just looking to get his ego massaged?

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