The Philadelphia Eagles have fired defensive coordinator Sean McDermott, a team source said Saturday.
The Eagles don't have a replacement in mind right now and will sort through several potential candidates, according to the source.
The Eagles also used their Twitter page to announce the firing of defensive line coach Rory Segrest on Sunday. Segrest had been with the team since 2006 and served as defensive line coach the last two seasons.
McDermott joined the Eagles in 1998, coaching the team's secondary and linebackers, then was promoted before the start of the 2009 season when legendary coordinator Jim Johnson was no longer healthy enough to coach.