The offseason for the Eagles has been underway for a less than a month, and there has already been a healthy amount of turnover when it comes to the coaching staff. WR coach Gunter Brewer, DL coach Chris Wilson and assistant OL coach Eugene Chung have all moved on from the team. To counteract those moves, so far the team has added Roy Istvan as their assistant OL coach, Matt Burke to an advisory role for the defense, and G.J. Kinne has been named an offensive assistant.
Today the team found their new WR coach, giving the job to Carson Walch.
Hearing former #Eskimos OC Carson Walch who left #CFL to be Eagles assistant Wr coach is about to be promoted again and will be named Eagles Wr coach 2019/20 season. Another former CFL coach , young and on the rise in the #NFL pic.twitter.com/2x60dNUFrw
— SanchezDavis2 (@DavisSanchez) February 5, 2019
Walch joined the Eagles coaching staff during the 2018 offseason. Prior to joining the Eagles, Walch spent two seasons with the CFL’s Edmonton Eskimos as their offensive coordinator/receivers coach (2017) and receivers/passing game coordinator (2016).
NFL Insider Adam Caplan doesn’t believe this will be the last promotion from within the Eagles staff will make this offseason. So stay tuned…
And there also might be more promotions from within… https://t.co/hhmLv6KFMf
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) February 6, 2019