According to cbssports reporter Jason La Canfora, the Philadelphia Eagles are expected to interview former Browns secondary coach DeWayne Walker to fill their vacancy at the position.
The Birds made a lot of changes to their coaching staff due to their disappointing season despite winning the NFC East Championship, but winning it ugly.
This past season the entire Cleveland Browns coaching staff was relieved of their duties when head coach Freddie Kitchens was fired. DeWayne Walker's resume will be listed below. I will mention that Walker has served as a head coach before at the college level (and not in a Power Five conference).
•Mt. San Antonio CC (DB) 1988-1991
•Mt. San Antonio CC (DC) (1992)
•Utah State (1993)
•BYU (CB'S) (1994)
•Oklahoma State (DC) (1995)
•California (DB) (1996-1997)
•New England Patriots (DB) (1998-2000)
•USC (DB) (2001)
•New York Giants (DB) (2002-2003)
•Washington Redskins (DB) (2004-2005)
•UCLA (DC) (2006-2008)
•New Mexico State Head Coach (2009-2012)
•Jacksonville Jaguars (DB) (2013-2016)
•Cleveland Browns (DB) (2017-2019)
Walker did not play any significant professional football that we are used to seeing. Still, he did play for the CFL's Edmonton Eskimos in 1982, and he also played in the USFL for the Oakland Invaiders. He closed out his playing career for the Arizona Outlaws in 1985. In the NFL, he served under Pete Carroll, Bill Belichick, Jim Fassel, Joe Gibbs, Gus Bradley, Hue Jackson, Gregg Williams, and Freddie Kitchens.
Hopefully, next, he will serve under Doug Pederson and Jim Schwartz because I really like his resume and his experience. I mean, he did coach Sean Taylor, one of the greatest safeties to play his position. Personally, I would be on board with this hire if his interview goes well.