Crimson Tide offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland has been offered a job with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Sources told Tidesports.com that he's likely to accept the Eagles offer to be their new offensive line coach.
Stoutland has been a part of Alabama's coaching staff the past two seasons after leaving the University of Miami, and the offensive line has been key to the Tide's back-to-back BCS Titles.
If he does leave Alabama for the NFL, Stoutland would be the second Tide assistant to leave since last month's BCS championship win over Notre Dame. Secondary coach Jeremy Pruitt left to become defensive coordinator at Florida State.