It was quite a year for Eagles head coach Doug Pederson, and now reports say an option on the coaches contract was picked up after the teams’ Super Bowl win over the Patriots.
The #Eagles picked up an option in coach Doug Pederson's contract after the Super Bowl win, per sources. Original four-year deal now a five-year deal, and Pederson is signed through 2020.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) May 3, 2018
The original deal for Peterson had him inked through 2019, but he’ll now be in place through the 2020 campaign.
He came to the team after the Chip Kelly debacle, and after going 7-9 in his first season, led the team to the promise land, winning a championship, and even doing it with a backup quarterback in Nick Foles after Carson Wentz went down.
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