After interviewing Falcons assistant coaches Mike Nolan and Keith Armstrong, the Eagles are headed West for more meetings.
They plan to interview Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy on Sunday in Denver, according to a team spokesperson.
In between Thursday and Sunday, the trio of chairman Jeffrey Lurie, president Don Smolenski and general manager Howie Roseman could possibly swing by Phoenix to meet with University of Oregon head coach Chip Kelly.
The Eagles are reportedly interested in Kelly, who will coach the Ducks Thursday night against Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl. Kelly also will reportedly meet with the Browns and Bills in the days after the game. The meetings are expected to place in Arizona.
The Eagles met on Wednesday night with Nolan, the Falcons defensive coordinator, and Armstrong, the special teams coordinator. Armstrong, a native of Bucks County, has also interviewed with the Bears and Chiefs.
McCoy, 40, has been linked to head coaching vacancies in Buffalo, Arizona and Chicago. He was a finalist last year for the opening in Miami that went to Joe Philbin.
The Eagles can talk to McCoy this week because Denver has a first-round playoff bye and the NFL permits assistants of playoff teams to interview elsewhere only during bye weeks. The Broncos went 13-3 in the regular season and Denver finished with the NFLs second-ranked scoring offense (30.1 points per game).
McCoy has served as Denvers offensive coordinator under head coach John Fox since 2009 after spending nine years on Foxs staff in Carolina. Peyton Manning became the third different quarterback to pass for 3,000 yards under McCoys guidance, joining Jake Delhomme and Kyle Orton.