Andy Reid and Jim Zorn square off Sunday in Philadelphia. Ray Parrillo of the Philadelphia Inquirer explains how both coaches took an unlikely route to their current positions.
“The career path for an NFL head coach usually includes one of three stops: You’ve either been an offensive or defensive coordinator for a successful team, a successful college coach, or you’ve been fired as a head coach by another team but look good enough to recycle,” Parrillo writes.
“Andy Reid traveled none of those routes. Neither did Jim Zorn.” Full story