According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, three veteran players said, on Sunday after the Eagles 31-6 loss to the Washington Redskins, that their loss to the Redskins was the finally nail in the coffin for their head coach.
"I know it. I know it," said one defensive player, who requested to be anonymous due to the sensitive nature of the subject. "And the only reason I'm here is because of Andy. Some vets have been talking about how the next (coach) may want his own guy."
Despite having the strong feeling that this is Reid's last season in Philadelphia, many players are remaining loyal to Reid. Their are some (a few) like tackle King Dunlap, who said that they believed they still have a chance to turn the season around and save Reid's coaching job with the Eagles.
"In my opinion, he's the best coach in the NFL," Dunlap said. "I can't imagine them getting anyone better to replace him."
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