Forum wire reports, Published January 27 2014
Eagles officially name ex-Vikings coordinator Musgrave as their QB coachIt was widely reported nearly a week ago that the Philadelphia Eagles had hired Bill Musgrave as their quarterbacks coach, and the team finally made it official on Monday by announcing Musgrave's hiring on Monday.
Musgrave replaces Bill Lazor, who left to become the offensive coordinator of the Miami Dolphins.
Musgrave will work alongside head coach Chip Kelly and offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur in continuing the development of starting quarterback Nick Foles.
Musgrave, 46, was the Minnesota Vikings' offensive coordinator the past three seasons and was a quarterbacks coach for the Atlanta Falcons before that.
The Eagles also announced two other coaching changes. Mike Dawson was promoted from defensive quality control coach to assistant defensive line coach to replace Erik Chinander, who left to take a job at the University of Oregon. Michael Clay was hired to fill the quality control vacancy left by Dawson.