So says ESPN’s Tim McManus:

Duce Staley has been an assistant on the staff since 2011 and spent seven years with the organization as a player. He is respected, and there has been growing buzz about him around the league. Rumored to be in consideration for some offensive coordinator jobs this offseason, Staley deflected such questions in the week leading up to the Super Bowl but made it clear he feels he’s ready for a promotion. The Eagles would consider giving him one should opportunity arise.

Staley, 42, has been the Eagles’ running backs coach since 2013. He helped get Jay Ajayi up to speed after the Eagles acquired him at the trade deadline, while keeping veteran LeGarrette Blount invested and getting the most out of undrafted rookie Corey Clement, who scored six times in the regular season and had a pivotal 22-yard touchdown catch against theNew England Patriots in the Super Bowl.

http://www.espn.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/269068/with-frank-reich-defilippo-gone-eagles-could-get-creative-to-fill-void