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    Getty Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham didn't criticize defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon for the team's performance last week, but he didn't sing his praises either. Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon found himself quickly on the hot seat among the fans and media after giving up 35 points to the Lions in a season-opening victory, but defensive end Brandon Graham didn’t take the bait on criticizing his coach. On the other hand, he didn’t give him a ringing endorsement, either. The question came in from veteran beat reporter Les Bowen, asking what Graham made of the way Gannon deployed his players. Graham went into great detail in his response, but never mentioned Gannon. “If it was good and then the next game it wasn’t, we’d be going backwards. As long as we just keep trending upward, that’s all I really care about, because you know how it go, it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish,” Graham said in front of his locker on September 15. “We want to make sure we’re trending in the right way....
    Getty Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon had a rough opening week, despite picking up a win. It’s often said that Philadelphia is a tough city to play and coach in, and if that’s the case let this serve as Exhibit A. Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon is on the hot seat one game into his second season – and the Eagles won their opener over the Lions 38-35. There’s even speculation over a possible veteran replacement, who visited the Eagles in training camp this year – we’ll get to that in a bit. Moments after the final whistle, Philadelphia Inquirer columnist Mike Sielski published a column ripping Gannon, saying he’s “lost any benefit of the doubt,” after that performance. While he stopped short of calling for a firing, the knives were out among Eagles fans on Twitter, and the talking heads in the local sports media cranked up the heat. -Hurts was really good, has a lot to work on before better opponent.-AJ Brown is the man.-Jonathan Gannon still stinks. 1-0 — Jon Johnson (@jonjohnsonwip) September 11,...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon will hold a news conference ahead of the team’s training camp practice on Friday. The briefing will take place at approximately 9:40 a.m. and be streamed on CBS News Philly above. What: Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon will hold a news conference ahead of the team’s training camp practice on Friday. When: Friday, July 29, 2022. Time: 9:40 a.m. Online stream: Live in the player above and your mobile streaming device. Stay with CBSPhilly.com for updates on this developing story.
    Getty Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon looks on. There are many names in the mix to become the next head coach of the Denver Broncos, as the organization interviewed ten different candidates. The early buzz was that Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn and Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett appeared to be the frontrunners, according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN: The search has predictable names (Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett) and surprises (Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon, Packers quarterback coach Luke Getsy). The early buzz is those first two names are primary candidates, especially Quinn. And the team has done a lot of research/work on Hackett. Over the course of the week, the Quinn to Denver buzz has picked up more steam, but a surprising candidate may have emerged. According to Aaron Wilson of Pro Football Network, Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon knocked his interviews with the Broncos, Minnesota Vikings, and Houston Texans “out of the park”. Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon has made extremely strong impression on the...
    Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon is more focused on Tom Brady and the Buccaneers than interviewing for head coaching openings. Gannon would only confirm the Denver Broncos requested an interview with him. “My sole focus is on Tampa Bay,” Gannon said Tuesday. The first-year coordinator said he’ll discuss the opportunity with Eagles general manager Howie Roseman and coach Nick Sirianni. “I’ll sit down with Howie and Nick and we’ll talk about that when the time comes,” Gannon said. For now, all of Gannon’s attention is on stopping Brady and Tampa’s high-powered offense when the Eagles (9-8) visit the defending Super Bowl champion Buccaneers (13-4) in an NFC wild-card game on Sunday. “This guy, he’s a trained killer and he knows how to play good offense and what he needs to do to keep his offense on track, so it’s going to be a big-time challenge,” Gannon said of Brady. The Eagles lost a Thursday night game at home to the Buccaneers, 28-22, in Week 6. Brady, playing with an injured throwing hand, completed 34 of 42 passes...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Fletcher Cox made it clear following the team’s loss in Las Vegas that he didn’t like the scheme or how he was utilized. Then last week against the Lions the defense looked different. Defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon made some changes in the 44-6 win over the Lions. READ MORE: City Council Considering Amendment Adding Asbestos, Mold To Standards To Deem Philadelphia Schools SafeThe Eagles had six sacks and a fumble return for a touchdown on Sunday. Cox says Gannon has been receptive to the criticism and the defense is in a good place. Cox also commented on the trade rumors that were going around before the NFL trade deadline earlier this week. He says he was in communication with his agent, Nick Sirianni and Howie Roseman and respects the organization for communicating with him. “There was some teams interested in me, the most important part about it is they wanted me here and I wanted to be here. I’m happy to be here. I’m looking forward to going out and playing at the Linc again on Sunday,”...
    Getty Eagles All-Pro Fletcher Cox has been critical of new defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon. Jonathan Gannon rode into town talking about creating an aggressive, attacking defense that creates turnovers. The Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator cited the HITS Principle for guiding his philosophy, refusing to commit to a specific scheme on that side of the ball. Well, it hasn’t been going great through the first seven games. The Eagles are only averaging 1.0 takeaway per game – down from 1.2 takeaways in 2020 – while surrendering 26.4 points and 360.7 total yards per contest. One argument for their failures has been that Gannon simply doesn’t have the correct personnel to run the defense he wants to run. But it’s hard to lean on that crutch when the entire coaching staff preached how they would tailor the scheme to the strengths of their players throughout training camp. Maybe Gannon needs more time to get players acclimated. Or a bigger say in personnel decisions to grab guys fit for his system. Would those two things fix everything? “No, our deal is...
    Which James Bond theme song is the best Bond theme song? This Is the Worst County to Live In © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad After Sunday’s loss to the Raiders, some of the Eagles veteran players lamented the passivity of Philadelphia’s new defensive scheme. Defensive tackle Fletcher Cox and safety Rodney McLeod each said a version of, “We just play what’s called,” after Philadelphia surrendered 442 total yards and allowed quarterback Derek Carr to complete 31-of-34 passes in the 33-22 loss. Head coach Nick Sirianni was critical of the defensive calls and philosophy in his postgame press conference, too, saying, “Anytime you’re not playing well, you have to make changes, you have to adapt, you have to move. I don’t want to say you have to make a completely different philosophy switch, but we have to do different things to help our players out, absolutely.” But Sirianni also raised an eyebrow or two when asked about his level of communication with defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon during games. “Every product...
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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia Eagles’ defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon and players are expected to speak to the media following Training Camp practice Wednesday. The press conferences are expected to begin around 12 p.m. and will be streamed in the player above. What: Eagles post practice press conferences Who: Defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon and players When: Wednesday, Aug. 4 Time: 12 p.m. Where: In the player above Stay with CBSPhilly.com for updates to this developing story. 
    Hes biting me!: New York City womans face bitten in street attack by group of men Meet the TikTok star who inspired the Wellerman sea shanty craze Eagles hire Colts DB coach Jonathan Gannon as defensive coordinator The Eagles have hired Colts defensive backs coach Jonathan Gannon as their new defensive coordinator, per Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. Albert Breer of SI.com reported on Saturday that Gannon had emerged as the favorite for the job and that all signs were pointing toward a union between him and Philadelphia. © Matt Kryger/IndyStar via Imagn Content Services, LLC Colts defensive backs coach Jonathan Gannon is joining the Eagles as defensive coordinator. Both Rapoport and Breer classify Gannon as a coveted addition, with Breer noting that the former Colts staffer had multiple coordinator offers. We knew that both the Chargers and the Bears were considering Gannon, and it’s possible that those two clubs extended him offers, along with the Eagles. Of course, Gannon may have chosen the Eagles because of his familiarity with new Philadelphia head coach Nick Sirianni, who served as the Colts OC over...
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