Updated Wednesday, January 6: Jeff McLane reports that the Eagles do not have plans to interview Doug Marrone.
The Eagles interviewed Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase for their head coaching vacancy on Tuesday.
Gase was the third interview the team officially confirmed, but he was the first outside coach. The Eagles have conducted in-house interviews with offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur and running backs coach Duce Staley.
The 37-year-old Gase is reportedly scheduled to meet with the Browns and Dolphins later this week. He has been credited with resurrecting Bears quarterback Jay Cutler's career after just one season and spent the 2013 and '14 seasons as Peyton Manning's offensive coordinator with the Broncos.
The Eagles haven't confirmed any other interviews, although they are reportedly set to meet with Jaguars assistant and former Bills head coach Doug Marrone and Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin later this week.
There was also a FoxSports.com report that the Eagles have interest in interviewing Buccaneers offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter, although an NFL source said the team has yet to reach out. Koetter also interviewed for the Eagles job three years ago.
Panthers and former Eagles defensive coordinator Sean McDermott expressed his interest in the Eagles vacancy during an interview with WPEN-FM (97.5) on Tuesday morning. But the team had yet to contact the 40-year-old, who is scheduled to interview with the Browns on Thursday.
McDermott is permitted to interview this week because the 15-1 Panthers have a first-round bye in the playoffs.
Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson doesn't have that luxury. Cincinnati hosts the Steelers on Saturday. But the 49ers and Dolphins have requested permission to interview Jackson in the future. The Eagles have not, according to a league source.
Chip Kelly, who was fired by the Eagles last week, has yet to interview for any of five other openings. He has expressed interest in San Francisco, according to reports. The New York Giants, Titans, Browns, 49ers, and Dolphins all have jobs to fill.