The Eagles tweaked their coaching staff yesterday, announcing three shifts in personnel.
The most noticeable change was that of Steve Spagnuolo, who spent the last two years as a defensive assistant/quality-control coach. He was promoted to defensive backs coach and will join Leslie Frazier in coaching one of the Eagles' strongest positions.
Sean McDermott, formerly the assistant to head coach Andy Reid, also was promoted. He was given Spagnuolo's old job.
Bill Shuey, who had interned with the team during the last two training camps, was named the new assistant to the head coach. He is the third assistant Reid has had.