Eagles hire Todd Bowles to coach secondary
PHILADELPHIA - January 30, 2012 (WPVI) -- Former Dolphins interim coach Todd Bowles has been hired to coach the Philadelphia Eagles' secondary.
Bowles, a 12-year NFL coaching veteran, was 2-1 as Miami's head coach after Tony Sparano was fired. He replaces Johnny Lynn in Philadelphia. The move was announced Monday.
Bowles previously served as the Dolphins assistant head coach/secondary for three seasons (2008-11).
Bowles has also coached for Dallas, Cleveland and the New York Jets.
Bowles was a defensive back at Temple and played eight seasons in the NFL with Washington and San Francisco.
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