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Two hot rumors just hit the Cleveland Twitter-sphere. First, SportsRadio 94 WIP’s Brain Startare out in Philadelphia has a potentially dynamite rumor for Cleveland Browns fans:
Sources tell me Chip Kelly and the eagles are close to an agreement on a 5 year deal. If I’m right I’m golden. If wrong my source is fired
— Brian Startare (@brianstartare) January 6, 2013
The Plain Dealer’s Mary Kay Cabot just retweeted his rumor about Oregon head coach Chip Kelly closing in on a five-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles. As Cabot had just pointed out, the Eagles and Kelly were running late on their scheduled lunch — he had not yet began his dinner appointment out in Arizona with the Browns.
#Browns not meeting with #Oregon‘s Chip Kelly yet because he’s still with the #Eagles.
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) January 6, 2013
Meanwhile, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network remains a must-follow on the case, as he added these new details about the Browns’ continued pursuit of Syracuse coach Dou...
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NewsTags: Chip KellyDon SmolenskiHowie RosemanJeffrey LuriePhiladelphia EaglesThere were reports circulating all over the internet at the start of the weekend that Oregon head coach Chip Kelly was on his way to Cleveland after meeting with team President Joe Banner on Friday. Something seems to have changed because Kelly met with...
The Oregon Ducks enter the offseason with uncertainty over coach Chip Kelly's continued tenure and possible NCAA sanctions.
But at the same time the team faces a future with a strong foundation that includes redshirt freshman quarterback Marcus Mariota and speedy sophomore running back De'Anthony Thomas.
Fifth-ranked Oregon finished this season 12-1 with a 35-17 victory...
On the 10th anniversary of their last playoff appearance, the Browns may be in unexpected fight over Oregon coach Chip Kelly.
Cleveland has been awaiting a second meeting with Kelly, the Ducks' offensive mastermind, on Saturday to hopefully complete a deal to make him the Browns' sixth fulltime coach since 1999. However, Kelly decided to keep a scheduled interview with the...
After leading the Oregon Ducks to a victory in last night’s
Fiesta Bowl, coach Chip Kelly, who’s set to interview with the Buffalo Bills
and Cleveland Browns today, all but admitted he’s leaving the college ranks and
headed for the NFL, according to NFL.com.
"I'll talk to Dave (agent David Dunn) tomorrow,"
Kelly said after Oregon's 35-17 victory. "...
In the next 48 hours Chip Kelly will become the next head coach of either the Philadelphia Eagles or the Cleveland Browns. At least that is what my general feeling is. The Browns are scheduled to interview Kelly on Friday afternoon and will do everything in their power to make sure he doesn’t leave without signing a contract. If he lives Cleveland, which I believe he will(what...
Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports that the Cleveland Browns are close to reaching an agreement with Oregon HC Chip Kelly.
Both the Eagles and the Bills were also mentioned as possible landing spots for Kelly, but the Browns made it pretty clear that Kelly was their main objective and it appears as though they were quite convincing during their meeting with Kelly today.
The Philadelphia Eagles took their coaching search committee to Denver to interview Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy on Sunday after a lengthy meeting with Oregon coach Chip Kelly on Saturday night in Arizona.
The Eagles only confirmed their meeting with Kelly after it ended. A person familiar with the situation said Kelly was nearing a deal with the Cleveland Browns on...
The Buffalo Bills coaching search appears to be over, with Syracuse coach Doug Marrone accepting the Bills job early Sunday morning, according to multiple reports.
The Bills had also interviewed recently fired Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith and Oregon coach Chip Kelly.
The Bills are in the midst of their fifth coaching search since 2001 after Chan Gailey was fired on Monday.
Doug Marrone is leaving Syracuse to become the Buffalo Bills' new coach, according to several reports.
Citing league sources, ESPN.com first reported early Sunday that Marrone was to take over the Bills. The Bills have not confirmed the report. Messages left with Syracuse officials and Marrone's agent, Jimmy Sexton, have not been returned.
Marrone will replace Chan Gailey...
At this point I’m sure you’ve already heard that Doug Marrone and the Bills have a mutual agreement for Marrone to become the Bills next head coach. It’s not quite final, but it should be by tomorrow and would be a major surprise if he didn’t wind up as the coach.
Initially, Marrone wasn’t my first choice; I had some reservations about whether or not Marrone’s success...
Syracuse coach Doug Marrone is moving on up, agreeing to a tentative deal Sunday to become the head coach of the Buffalo Bills. Marrone, 48, was 25-25 in four seasons at Syracuse and had his best season with the Orange in 2012 at 8-5. Marrone has experience as an NFL player and assistant coach. He was offensive coordinator of the Saints from 2006-08. The Bills also interviewed...
The Buffalo Bills reached an agreement with former Syracuse
coach Doug Marrone yesterday to become their new head football coach, according
to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.
Syracuse coach Doug Marrone agreed to terms Sunday morning
to become the Buffalo Bills' head coach, two sources with knowledge of the
process told NFL.com's Ian Rapoport. The move directly speaks to the...
Adam Caplan first reported and several NFL insiders have confirmed that Penn State head coach Bill O’Brien will remain at Penn State in 2013. He had interviewed with a couple NFL teams including the Philadelphia Eagles, but decided to stay in Happy Valley. It has also been reported that Penn State did everything they could to keep O’Brien and were successful.
O’Brien was expected to...
The head of Syracuse's athletic department has provided his initial thoughts on Doug Marrone and what is to come for the Orange inside.
It is Doug Marrone day on the site. We got the boys over at The Saints Nation to talk about Marrone's work in The Big Easy. Check it out and tell a friend.
1) What were the pros/cons for Marrone when he was the OC for the Saints?
Pros: as good as there is understanding/teaching protection schemes, really developed the Saints o-line quickly into...