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Bradley met with the Eagles twice on Monday according to the USA TODAY report, once in the morning and once in the evening -- and the team was set to make him an offer before Kelly jumped back into the mix. Talks with Kelly reportedly heated up on Tuesday before the two sides came to an agreement Wednesday morning, leaving Bradley as the odd man out.
That doesn't mean Bradley won't be an NFL coach next season. He's scheduled to interview with Jacksonville on Wednesday for the Jaguars' vacant head coaching job.
Bradley became a hot commodity this offseason after the Seahawks defense finished fourth overall in the NFL. Bradley has been with Seattle since 2009 and the Seahawks defense has improved dramatically since then. In 2010, the team finished 27th overall in defense before jumping up to ninth in 2011 and fourth in 2012.
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