Even while his program seems to be going awry, Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin appears to have some fans in the NFL.
According to a tweet by Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, Sumlin received some interest from the Philadelphia Eagles, who recently fired Chip Kelly.
While Sumlin has long been thought to be a future NFL coaching candidate, now seems an odd time for him to be on the radar. The Aggies finished the 2015 season 8-5 and 4-4 in the SEC after an impressive start.
Sumlin has also seen two his top quarterbacks, Kyler Murray and Kyle Allen, transfer following the regular season, though the Aggies did snare graduate transfer Trevor Knight from Oklahoma as a potential starter for 2016.