Eagles ejected a reporter for discussing press box etiquette

The Philadelphia Eagles’ season hasn’t gone quite as they would have liked. The team started 3-0, but since then there hasn’t been much to cheer for in the City of Brotherly Love.

On Sunday, the Eagles were hosting the Dallas Cowboys. During the game, Eagles beat writer Jeff McLane, who writes for the Philadelphia Inquirer, was taken out of the press box by the Eagles’ PR staff, reportedly after discussion regarding etiquette with them.

Whaley’s answers to the questions left reporters in Buffalo confused about the actual responsibilities of his job, and asking questions straight out of Office Space:

According to Jay Glazer of FOX, Baalke was informed of the team’s decision to move on without him on Friday. Glazer also revealed that the 49ers were set to hire Adam Gase a year ago, but Baalke convinced ownership to avoid the hire at the last minute, setting San Francisco up with Kelly instead.

Baalke has shouldered the blame for the team’s struggles throughout the season, and doubled down that personnel decisions were his and his alone. There was some ‘miscommunication’ about Kelly’s role with personnel when he was with the Eagles, but he and Baalke have seemingly been on the same page.

Last year, the hot seat claimed coaches like Chip Kelly, Tom Coughlin, Lovie Smith, and Ken Whisenhunt. This winter will claim even more, including Kelly again. Here’s a look at the first round of rumors, grumblings, and reports about 2016’s embattled NFL coaches.

The 49ers closed out their regular season on Sunday at home with a 25-23 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.

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