The Philadelphia Eagles announced that Ryan Day has been hired to coach the quarterbacks. Day replaces Bill Musgrave, who is now the offensive coordinator for the Oakland Raiders.
Day, 35 years-old, was a three year starting quarterback at New Hampshire while Chip Kelly was the offensive coordinator. While at New Hampshire Day set several school records including most touchdown passes. After graduating, Day got his coaching career started off at New Hampshire as a tight ends coach in 2002.
Day spent the 2005 season as a graduate assistant under Urban Myer at the University of Florida.
In 2006 Day was the wide receivers coach at Temple, where he would also become the offensive coordinator in 2012.
For the last two years Day has been the offensive coordinator at Boston College. From 2007-2011 Day was the receivers coach at Boston College. He had previously been a graduate assistant at Boston College from 2003-2004 while attending class to get his master's degree.Read more... Join the Conversation...