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New Eagles Coach Nick Sirianni Dressed in the Dark for Philly Arrival

Nick Sirianni officially arrived in Philadelphia for the first time today as the new head coach of the Eagles.

And he looked as though he’d just spent 7 days in COVID quarantine, overslept, and then got dressed in the dark.

Nick Sirianni Arrives in Philadelphia, Wears Plaid on Plaid

The Eagles tweeted out Sirianni’s airport arrival

Couldn’t even get a clean shave out of the guy for his first day …

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And wait … are we seeing plaid on plaid?

Luckily, the Birds gave us some more of Sirianni’s look back at team headquarters.

And yes …

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Technically, it’s more of a plaid-on-checkerboard combo but still dizzying, nonetheless.

But wait, there’s more. That belt hints that he might be wearing jeans?

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Yeah, those are some dungarees.

Pretty interesting choices all around for your big first day

One Twitter user suggested that he’ll be in good company here in Philadelphia. He can share fashion advice with a certain quarterback with one foot out the door.

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It’s believed that hiring Sirianni, the former Colts offensive coordinator, is a signal that the Eagles are keen on keeping Wentz in the future, despite rumors at the end of the 2020 season that he wanted out of Philly.

If that’s the case, we’ll be anxiously awaiting those stadium arrival shots when this pair shows up for work on Sundays together.

Photos: @Eagles/Twitter

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  1. Rev Harry Powell

    January 25, 2021 at 8:32 pm

    wentz IS the problem; wentz is a cancer

    • Canary Commenter

      January 26, 2021 at 12:44 am

      You don’t have to convince us of that. We’re still hoping for a return to Foles.

  2. Ryles

    January 26, 2021 at 6:12 pm

    Wentz is too thick headed to listen to good coaching & get out of his bad habits that he could get away with at a small college. Too much $$ tied up in him to throw in the towel. It’s gonna take close to a miracle to get him back to ’17 level.

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