Jeffrey Lurie hustled to a microphone Monday, welcomed Leo Carlin and Troy Vincent to the Eagles' Hall of Fame, then stormed out of the room.
Thus, it was up to the numbers to speak. And there were these: Carolina 30, Eagles 22, Eagles eight losses. And since Lurie specifically mentioned than an eight-loss regular season would result in a coaching change, where does that leave Andy Reid?
“We haven't really talked about
that,” Reid said. “He (Lurie) has been supportive. Obviously, he
is as competitive as anybody. He wants to win games. That's what he
is in this business for. So we really haven't gone there. I'm trying
to get this football team to win games. That's where my energy is.”
Lurie hasn't addressed the press for weeks. But his silence is saying plenty.
Check out my column on the situation and more on Reid's shaky job status in the Daily Times Tuesday and, as always, on delcotimes.com