But Lurie quickly responded that no such arrangement is in place.
Lurie, who criticized the Eagles in January after an 8-8 performance, refuted that he had given Reid any long-term guarantees.
"Bob is a great agent who we have an outstanding relationship with," Lurie said in a statement, according to the Inquirer. "As much respect as all of us have for Andy Reid, it is the nature of the profession that all coaches, executives and players are evaluated each year. That's the way we have always operated. But our focus right now, and I know Andy feels the same way, is solely on the upcoming 2012 season."
Reid has two years remaining on his contract, and LaMonte is confident the coach won't enter next season without a new deal.
"When someone's been at a place for 14 years that's almost getting to a degree where that's between he and the owner," LaMonte said. "It isn't like they don't know each other. In all honesty, the last time that was simply something that got done ... very quickly and very easily."