Eagles owner Jeffery Lurie called the 2011 season a “disappointment” and he made it perfectly clear that this 2012 season better produce results. However the longest tenured coach in the NFL, Andy Reid, wants a contract extension. Reid has two season left on his current contract and his agent Bob LaMonte is looking to make his contract extension happen.
Lurie has told reporters that coaches and players are evaluated at the end of each season.
“Bob is a great agent who we have an outstanding relationship with. As much respect as all of us have for Andy Reid, it is the nature of the profession that all coaches, executives and players are evaluated each year. That’s the way we have always operated. But our focus right now, and I know Andy Reid feels the same way, is solely on the upcoming 2012 season.”
Let me remind you readers, Reid hasn’t won a play-off game since 2008. 2012 Reid better bring it or else.