Found January 16, 2013 on Players View:
Former Oregon coach Chip Kelly seemingly pulled the okie-doke move on us all. After a hyper-driven NFL courtship, Kelly announced that he was staying to coach the Oregon Ducks. This was a day after reports surfaced that Nike CEO/Oregon booster Phil Knight stepped in to make the school’s case. Suddenly out-of-nowhere arrives a press release to our inbox from the Philadelphia Eagles announcing that less than two weeks later, Kelly has decided to pick up where Andy Reid left off. Please Click Here To Read This Story. The post Chip Kelly leaves Oregon to coach Philadelphia Eagles appeared first at Players View Dot Net
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