Former NFL gunslinger Dan Orlovsky is evidently enjoying his new full-time role as an analyst for ESPN, but that marriage may not last forever.
In terms of breaking down film, Orlovsky is one of ESPN's brightest talents. Additionally, he can also be seen on debate shows like "Get Up" and "First Take" professing his undying love for Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz.
Therefore, it doesn't really come as a surprise that Orlovsky himself claims he's being considered for a gig on the Eagles coaching staff.
It's been previously reported that NFL teams had inquired about the 36-year-old for an offensive coaching job, and we seriously couldn't think of a better fit for him than Philadelphia.
In fact, when the Eagles fired offensive coordinator Mike Groh, Orlovsky was reported to be one of the first potential replacements that the franchise reached out to.
In the three months since, Philadephia has still yet to find a replacement for Groh. Orlovsky's claims indicate that discussions between himself and the organization are far from dead, so stay tuned.