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Oregon offensive lineman Tyler Johnstone was named to the 12th annual Football Writers Association of America All-America Team.
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The Browns parted ways with Chip Kelly because ownership did not think the Oregon coach's heart was 100 percent into leaving the Pac-12. A league source told the Cleveland Plain Dealer on Sunday that neither Browns owner Jimmy Haslam nor CEO Joe Banner would "settle for anything less" than a 100-percent commitment. The Browns, who had met with Kelly for seven hours...
Proving once again that we at DC have absolutely no idea what we're talking about 99 percent of the time, Chip Kelly has reportedly shunned another round of NFL offers and will return to Eugene next season. We've got an entire offseason to write about Kelly and his impact at Oregon, but let's boil this story down to two facts that stand out above everything else.
After a weekend rife with rumors and speculation, Chip Kelly and the Oregon Ducks are right back where they started.
Oregon's enigmatic head coach flirted with a trio of NFL teams over three days before deciding late Sunday to stay with the No. 5 Ducks.
On Monday it was back to business. Kelly was at a coaches' convention in Tennessee. Oregon did not formally announce Kelly...
Canzano: Chip Kelly's NFL dance becomes clear as he returns to Oregon | OregonLive.com: Interesting...
It sure seemed like a slam dunk last Friday when reports were circulating that Chip Kelly was heading to the NFL, but when the Oregon Ducks head coach left Cleveland without a signed contract to interview with the Eagles, that should have been everyone’s clue that this guy wasn’t planning on coaching along Lake Erie, or the New Jersey border. Forget Buffalo, that was a pipe dream...
According to a twitter message from Oregonian beat writer Adam Jude. Oregon Athletic Department confirmed to Jude that Head Coach Chip Kelly is staying on at Oregon.
Oregon is a better job than the Eagles.
Oregon Athletic Director Rob Mullens discussed Chip Kelly's return to Oregon in a Monday press conference. Mullens called Oregon "one of the best jobs in football" and Kelly "the best coach in the country. Full transcript inside.
San Diego (Calif.) Lincoln athlete Tyrell Robinson has been committed to Oregon since September and talked at the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl about the status of his commitment and the rumors of Duck head coach Chip Kelly being a hot commodity with NFL teams right now.
He seemed all set to jump to the NFL. The Eagles job seemed especially appealing. But eventually he opted to remain with the Ducks and continue his national championship quest.
Oregon will be pushing hard in the coming weeks to complete their recruiting class, which stands at 13. With the news that head coach Chip Kelly will not be heading for the NFL and will indeed be manning the Oregon sidelines next season, attention now turns to the uncommitted prospects that are still waiting to see which program will fit them best.
Recording artist and apparently huge Oregon Ducks fan, Mat Kearney, serenading Chip Kelly to stay!
Chip Kelly is staying at Oregon.