Former Eagles Assistant Steve Spagnuolo Reportedly Open To Return To Philadelphia In 2012

Steve Spagnuolo is open to returning to the Eagles to coach.

Former Philadelphia Eagles assistant coach Steve Spagnuolo is looking to coach in the NFL in 2012 after being fired by the St. Louis Rams this past season. Spagnuolo, who was previously coaching in Philadelphia from 1999-2006 on the defensive side of the ball, is open to rejoining the Eagles next season(via Philly.com).

This news doesn't mean that Spagnuolo will definitely be part of the Eagles' staff next season. There might or might not be an opening with the Eagles next season. Spagnuolo might also have other offers to ponder from around the league.

Spagnuolo was only 10-38 overall with the Rams before he was fired on Jan. 2 after going 2-14 during the 2011 season. However, he did help the New York Giants win the Super Bowl during the 2007 season as the defensive coordinator on Tom Coughlin's staff.

For more on Spagnuolo's possible return to the Eagles, stay tuned to our storystream. For more Eagles coverage, visit our team page or our blog Bleeding Green Nation.

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