The Eagles have completed their fourth official interview for a head coach.
The team announced Thursday that it interviewed Giants offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo.
McAdoo, 38, became the fourth candidate to interview for the job after Duce Staley, Pat Shurmur and Adam Gase. McAdoo is the second candidate from outside the organization to get an interview.
McAdoo just finished his second season as the Giants' offensive coordinator and has already interviewed for the Giants' vacant head coaching gig.
Before he worked for the Giants, McAdoo spent 2006 to 2013 with the Green Bay Packers. He was their quarterbacks coach from 2012-13. His first NFL job came with the Saints in 2004.
While McAdoo is the latest to interview, it doesn't seem like he'll be the last. According to reports, the Eagles still plan on interviewing Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther, Bucs offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter and Chiefs offensive coordinator Doug Pederson (see story).
The Eagles job has been open since Dec. 29, when Jeff Lurie fired former coach Chip Kelly after less than three seasons on the job.
ARLINGTON, Texas — Philip Rivers threw for 434 yards and three touchdowns in his first Thanksgiving game in his 14th season and the Los Angeles Chargers beat the fading Dallas Cowboys 28-6 on Thursday.
Desmond King returned an interception 90 yards for the punctuating touchdown as the Chargers (5-6) moved within 1 1/2 games of AFC West-leading Kansas City after starting 0-4 while the Chiefs won their first five.
The defending NFC East champion Cowboys (5-6) lost their third straight by at least 20 points, all without star running back Ezekiel Elliott, in a damaging defeat for their fading playoff hopes.
Dallas, playing its 50th Thanksgiving game, finally ended a touchdown drought at a team-record 10 quarters on Rod Smith's 2-yard run early in the fourth quarter.
Keenan Allen had a career-high 172 yards on 11 catches with a touchdown, giving him 23 grabs for 331 yards and three scores in the past two games (see full recap).
Vikings beat Lions, stay on Eagles' heels
DETROIT — Case Keenum threw for two touchdowns and ran for a score all in the first half to give the Minnesota Vikings a double-digit lead and they went on to beat the Detroit Lions 30-23 Thursday.
The Vikings (9-2) took a huge step toward winning the NFC North, taking a three-game lead over the second-place Lions.
Detroit (6-5) made mistakes in every phase of the game and Minnesota took advantage.
Keenum was 21 of 30 for 282 yards with both TD passes to Kyle Rudolph that gave the Vikings a 20-3 lead late in the second quarter.
The Lions rallied to pull within four points early in the fourth quarter on Matthew Stafford's second TD pass to Marvin Jones.
Xavier Rhodes ended Detroit's comeback hopes with an interception at the Detroit 37 late in the game (see full recap).
Eagles kicker Jake Elliott is still in the NFL’s concussion protocol but it looks likely that he’ll be able to play on Sunday.
Elliott was a full participant in Thursday’s practice after being a limited participant on Wednesday. In Phase 4 of the concussion protocol, players are allowed to participate in non-contact drills.
Elliott suffered a concussion in the first half of Sunday’s game in Dallas and the team played the second half without a kicker. If Elliott can’t play against the Bears the Eagles will either bring back Caleb Sturgis from IR or sign an outside kicker.
While Elliott was able to practice on Thursday, Beau Allen (knee) and Trey Burton (back) did not practice. Allen has missed practice Wednesday and Thursday.
Rodney McLeod (oblique) was a full participant on Thursday.