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ESPN analyst Herm Edwards to interview for Arizona State Sun Devils job

By The Sports Xchange
ESPN analyst Herm Edwards to interview for Arizona State Sun Devils job
Former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Herm Edwards looks at the scoreboard during third quarter play against the Oakland Raiders at the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California on November 30, 2008. File photo by Terry Schmitt/UPI | License Photo

ESPN analyst Herm Edwards is interested in getting back into coaching and confirmed he will interview for the Arizona State vacancy.

Edwards hasn't coached since being fired by the Kansas City Chiefs following the 2008 season.

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Former NFL executive Ray Anderson is Arizona State's athletic director and said he would consider NFL coaches in his search. The school fired Todd Graham on Sunday.

Edwards last coached at the college level when he was defensive backs coach at San Jose State from 1987-89. He was a longtime NFL assistant and also served as head coach of the New York from 2001-05.

Edwards spent 10 seasons (1977-86) in the NFL as a cornerback, the first nine with the Philadelphia Eagles. He split time with the Atlanta Falcons and Los Angeles Rams in his final season.

Edwards had a 54-74 record in eight seasons as an NFL head coach.

Recently fired Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin also has been mentioned as a possible candidate to replace Graham in Arizona.

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