PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Eagles could be adding a former enemy to the nest in the form of Tom Coughlin. The former Giants coach recently “resigned,” from the place where he’s been head coach since 2004, a span which included two Super Bowl championships.

When Coughlin walked away from the Giants, he made it clear that he still wanted to coach again. It was unclear how quickly that would be for the 69-year-old.

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It seems like it will be sometime soon as Coughlin is taking interviews and does not appear poised to sit out a season.

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Coughlin served as the Eagles wide receivers coach from 1984-85. He also made stops as an assistant in Green Bay and with the Giants before becoming the Jaguars head coach from 1995-2002.

Could Coughlin coach his next game for the team that defeated him in his final game with the Giants?

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