The Philadelphia Eagles have secured the future of their most important assistant coach, as Jeff Stoutland has agreed to a contract extension in principle. This news comes after multiple teams around the league expressed interest in the Eagles’ Run Game Coordinator/OL Coach, a testament to the success of the team’s offensive line over the past decade.

Stoutland has been with the Eagles since 2013, and during this time the offensive line has been nothing short of elite. This is evident in the fact that Jason Kelce, Lane Johnson, Evan Mathis, Brandon Brooks, and Jason Peters have made a combined 19 Pro Bowls and 10 All-Pro first teams under Stoutland.

The Eagles have received a lot of praise for their offensive line, and it is clear that the credit for this success should be given to Jeff Stoutland. The team is now looking to build on this success in the upcoming Senior Bowl, where they will be looking at 7 wide receiver prospects, 7 running back prospects, 10 defensive line prospects, and 7 defensive back prospects.

The Eagles have made a great move in securing the future of their offensive line by extending Jeff Stoutland’s contract. With the Senior Bowl fast approaching, the team will be looking to add more talent to their already impressive line. Time will tell if their scouting efforts will pay off, but with Stoutland at the helm, the Eagles can be sure that their offensive line will remain among the best in the league.