Well, he could never play so maybe he can coach.

The Eagles are set to name former quarterback Doug Pederson to their coaching staff, the Philadelphia Daily News reports.

Pederson would presumably replace Pat Shurmur as quarterbacks coach. Shurmur was recently hired by the St. Louis Rams as offensive coordinator and his most logical replacement, Mark Whipple, bolted for the offensive coordinator gig with the Miami Hurricanes.

Pederson is currently the head coach at a Baptist High School in Shreveport, La. He began the 1999 season as the Eagles starting quarterback before being replace by Donovan McNabb after nine starts.

The Daily News also reported thet former special teams assistant Ted Daisher was spotted at the NovaCare COmplex, prompting speculation that something may be going on with Rory Segrest.