Despite a late-season collapse that transformed a promising campaign into a mild letdown, the Philadelphia Eagles appear to have no intentions of making significant changes this offseason.

Sal Paolantonio of ESPN asserted on the latest episode of This Week in Pro Football that there is “no evidence” suggesting that Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni is at risk of losing his job:

Having started the season with a notable 10-1 record, the Eagles stumbled, going 1-5 over their last six games. While Philadelphia had the opportunity to secure the NFC title for the second consecutive year, consecutive losses to non-playoff teams—the Arizona Cardinals and the New York Giants—resulted in the team dropping to the fifth seed in the NFC playoffs.

Despite some speculation surrounding Sirianni’s job security, especially after ESPN’s Dan Graziano remarked on Get Up that a lackluster performance in Monday’s NFC Wild Card matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers could spell trouble for Sirianni, Paolantonio remains steadfast in his belief that the Eagles won’t be parting ways with their coach.

Graziano, on the other hand, suggested that one should not dismiss the possibility entirely, noting that if the organization perceives internal issues and a cultural decline, they may be inclined to make a change. He drew attention to the fact that Doug Pederson was fired two years after leading the team to the Super Bowl.

In Sirianni’s three seasons in Philadelphia, he has guided the team to a 34-17 record, three consecutive playoff appearances, and a Super Bowl LVII trip last season. It would be a considerable surprise if the Eagles were to part ways with him after just one season of disappointment.

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