The NFL has announced it will not renew the contracts of its head coaches and offensive coordinators.
The Eagles have had seven head coaches in 10 years.
They are the first team to go through the seven-year period without a head coach since the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2013.
The Eagles announced their decision Wednesday night, two weeks before they are scheduled to host the Indianapolis Colts.
The decision comes after the league’s Board of Governors voted to extend the contracts for the new coordinators and head coaches.
The Board of Directors voted unanimously to extend Pete Carroll’s contract through 2020.
It was a 2-1 vote, with the lone vote against the extension coming from Philadelphia owner Jeffrey Lurie.
Lurie, who has been the team’s owner since 1999, said the Eagles have “done a very good job in the last few years” of making the team the “top dog in the NFC East.”
The team has won three NFC East titles in five years, but has yet to make the playoffs since 2010.
The last team to reach the postseason without a winning record was the Green Bay Packers in 2009.
The franchise has gone through six head coaches since 2009, including Chip Kelly, who was fired by the Eagles in March.
Kelly, a three-time Super Bowl champion, was one of the league leaders in total offense in 2015.
He has been credited with helping to create a culture in Philadelphia that allows for a “high level of accountability” in his coaching staff.
The three head coaches who were fired prior to the Eagles making the playoffs in 2015 were Chuck Pagano, Joe Lombardi and Todd Haley.
Lombardi was fired after one season, Pagano was fired in October 2016 and Haley was fired last February.
The team is scheduled to play its first game at Candlestick Park in Week 17.