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Jalen Hurts Working Closely With New Eagles OC Kellen Moore

Philadelphia Eagles star QB Jalen Hurts is reportedly embracing the changes the team implemented on offense this offseason.

According to a report by ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, Hurts has worked closely with new Eagles offensive coordinator Kellen Moore.

They both are looking into what would be the best course on offense that would help the Eagles achieve success in 2024.

Moore has been hired to replace last year’s OC Brian Johnson, as the Eagles offense became stale and struggled during the team’s collapse at the end of 2023.

Fowler said, “I’m told the Eagles have spent a lot of time this offseason taking the old offense, Nick Sirianni’s system last year that Jalen Hurts is used to, mixing it with Kellen Moore’s principles, put it all in a pot with some gumbo and seeing what works and what Jalen Hurts is comfortable with.”

Hurts threw for 3,858 yards with 23 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. The interceptions were a problem last year and it was a career high for Hurts.

The Eagles offense is stacked with a lot of talent. There are plenty of playmakers at Hurts’ disposal.

Moore is tasked to have this offense firing on all cylinders. There is no reason for the Eagles not to be a top 3 NFL offense in 2024.

This is a big upcoming season for QB Jalen Hurts and Head Coach Nick Sirianni.

Eagles offensive coordinator Kellen Moore (middle) speaks with quarterback Jalen Hurts (right) will be important for the team’s success this season. Photo courtesy of

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