The Philadelphia Eagles fired Chip Kelly before the 2015 regular season was even complete in an attempt to get a head start on any other franchises who would be searching for a new head coach after Black Monday.
And it looks like it hasn't taken long for them to find a candidate they are particularly impressed by.
As reported by NFL Media's Ian Rapoport, the NFC East franchise is seeking a second interview with current Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase.
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Gase, after following up impressive work in Denver by turning around the fortunes of Jay Cutler this season in Chicago, is sure to be a hot commodity over the next few weeks and months.
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The Eagles' divisional rivals the New York Giants, for instance, have already scheduled an interview with the 37-year-old for this Friday as they seek to replace Tom Coughlin.
Having liked what they saw when they interviewed him for the first time this week, the Eagles are clearly trying to keep one step ahead of their rivals by jumping to stage two of the hiring process.
With the Cleveland Browns and Miami Dolphins also speaking to Gase this week, Philly may be forced to offer him the job sooner rather than later if they believe him to be the best candidate available.
The 12-year coaching veteran, known for his ability to harness the talents of quarterbacks, certainly appears a good fit for the Eagles - a team in need of some stability at the position.