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  • Dan Graziano was the man who broke the story yesterday.

  • Our insider extraordinaire, Dan, what can you tell us?

  • Yeah, look, Doug Peterson.

  • The expectation had been that he would be back in spite of the rough year he met with Jeffrey Lurie last week.

  • There was some disagreement on where things stood.

  • What do we do with the quarterback position?

  • What's the right way to move forward in terms of building the roster?

  • Do we retool quickly and try and win in 2021?

  • Or is it a bigger project?

  • Obviously, you heard Laurie there sounds like he thinks it's a bigger project in terms of the retooling, the rebuilding they needed to dio in terms of who should be on the coaching staff.

  • What kind of decisions that need to make about free agents?

  • The draft etcetera.

  • So they met again yesterday, and they pretty much got to a point where Laurie decided.

  • Look, Doug is not on board with what we want to do long term in terms of how to put this team back together, whether that means you know, the quarterback position, what to do with Carson Wentz, whether it means roster decisions, etcetera so he decided to move on.

  • Interesting phrasing, he said.

  • He doesn't deserve to lose his job.

  • And yet he does.

  • I think what Laurie was trying to communicate is the body of work of Doug Peterson in Philadelphia is not one that should necessarily result in him no longer being the coach.

  • He's saying over the next couple of years, we have to do something that is not necessarily what Doug wants to do, so we need a different coach to do it.

  • It's, you know, you're right.

  • It's kind of a word salad from the owner.

  • But you know, he's the owner, so, yeah, but it leaves a lot of room for interpretation.

  • And so it could lead you to wonder.

  • Is he sort of suggesting that maybe Doug Peterson wanted this to be the outcome here?

  • Or is he suggesting?

  • And a lot of people will jump to this conclusion that this essentially was a power struggle between the highly paid quarterback Carson Wentz and the coach and the quarterback winds?

  • Those are the two things that you could take from those comments easily.

  • Yeah, and look, I don't think it's a matter of a power struggle where once one of the coach out and the coaches out, I think that's that.

  • That would be oversimplifying and unfair.

  • I mean, once is coming off a year where he wouldn't really have the juice to do something like that based on his performance.

  • It is true, however, that Jeffrey Lurie has a lot more money invested in Carson once than he ever did, and Doug Peterson.

  • So it's conceivable that he decides, Hey, Wences, the guy going forward, we need to fix him and build around him on.

  • If Peterson wasn't fully on board with that plan, then you could see that being the rift.

  • I don't know for a fact that was the case, but obviously indications late in the year where that it was, it was definitely possible with the move to jail and hurts etcetera.

  • Hi, Dan Orlovsky.

  • Everyone on this program, when we talk about Carson, Wentz thinks immediately of you.

  • What is your number one take away from what happened yesterday?

  • There will not be a player in the NFL that has more pressure on them next season than Carson Wentz.

  • Right now, I know grasses saying there wasn't a power struggle, but maybe it's tied to the power struggle of his contract, and the reality is this man, it's really hard to coach in the NFL.

  • It's really, really hard to find good coaches.

  • And Philadelphia, in many ways, just chose Carson Wentz over Doug Peterson and he's got a statue outside of their stadium.

  • He's the first coach in the history of that organization to bring them a Super Bowl.

  • And now it looks like the Eagles have said, Okay, Carson, we're gonna choose you because of the contractor because of the lack of connection, Whatever we want to call it.

  • We're gonna choose you over Doug Peterson in many ways, and Carson is going to have to play so good.

  • I think you can.

  • I've been adamant about that.

  • I think you can, but he is gonna have to play so good because the reality is this.

  • Now the next coach certainly is gonna have to be someone that looks at Carson Wentz and goes, I can get him back.

  • I think it could be great again.

  • I could get him back to playing M V P caliber football, but it will be on Carson Wentz to be outstanding next season for that organization, that city to look back and go.

  • Okay.

  • We made the right decision.

  • Yeah, as we're looking at those pictures of them taking the trophy and bear in mind, that is less than three calendar years ago today, that is It is a remarkable turn of events, Jeff Saturday.

  • What's your thought?

  • Yeah, this is ridiculous, right?

  • I mean, when you this this is Jeffrey Loria saying that you know, the break up line?

  • No, no, it's not you.

  • It's me, right?

  • I mean, for real.

  • Like, you gonna get there with a man's job and say that kind of nonsense like, he doesn't deserve to be fired.

  • Blah, blah, blah it Dan both dancer, right?

  • I mean, they definitely picked wince over over Doug Peterson, But at the end of the day, the coach is going to come in greeny.

  • He's got to be in line with winds, right?

  • You just had hurts out Plan.

  • He's been supplanted by the backup twice now.

  • Right?

  • And folds, by the way, has a statue of himself sitting outside the stadium.

  • This this is a very difficult situation.

  • And so whether it's Roseman, whether is loyal, whichever way this thing came down.

  • You have a coach in Doug Peterson, who I believe could have continued to develop this team.

  • This team is in salary cap, has salary cap issues.

  • Their offensive line is decimated with injuries.

  • They have nobody outside that scares you like there is a laundry list of issues.

  • Toe lay that all at the feet of Doug Peterson, three years outside of the Super Bowl is absolutely ridiculous.

  • Like like we have gone off the deep end.

  • We think we just fire coaches and bring other guys in, and it's all gonna happen over overnight.

  • It just doesn't make sense.

  • 12th Final word.

  • Orlowski go.

  • This is a very unique city, and it's gonna take a coach that's ready to jump into that city and take the heat.

  • There's a lot of great cities in the NFL.

  • Philly is very demanding.

  • What coach is ready to meet that demand off that organization?

  • The city will be a big part of this.

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