Posted January 08, 2013 on
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.
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Chip Kelly was looking for a coaching fit within a NFL team. The Philadelphia Eagles were the latest team to show up on his hype meter.
If high-profile Oregon booster Phil Knight has anything to say about it, Kelly won’t be going anywhere.
Updated: The NFL Network has reported on-air that Kelley will stay at Oregon.
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Chip Kelly is staying at Oregon.
A person with knowledge of the decision confirmed Sunday night that Kelly is passing up a chance to coach in the NFL to remain with the Ducks. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because Oregon and Kelly haven't formally announced the decision.
The decision was first reported by ESPN.
Kelly had lengthy interviews...
Despite all the interviews and interest from NFL teams, it appears that Chip Kelly couldn’t be swayed to leave his cushy gig at the University of Oregon.
The Ducks’ head coach is sticking around, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports. Kelly interviewed with the Browns on Friday and spent nine hours with the Eagles on Saturday, according to multiple reports.
Kelly has spent...
Oregon is a better job than the Eagles.
It seems that it's only a matter of time before Chip Kelly is officially announced as the new head coach of the Cleveland Browns. And that should excite Browns fans. This marks the beginning of a new era in the history of the Cleveland Browns. In years past, the team would have most likely settled for the their third or fourth pick for head coach. In this case however...
In a recent turn of events, it appears now as if Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly is close to a five year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles and not the Cleveland Browns as many have reported.
According to Brian Startare of Sportsradio 94 WIP in Philadelphia, that the Eagles have swooped in and taken Kelly from the clutches of the Cleveland Browns. Startare is so confident in his...
Oregon head coach Chip Kelly will remain with the Ducks after a 35-17 win in the Fiesta Bowl. (Photo by AP)
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Oregon’s head football coach Chip Kelly has decided to stay at Oregon for another year, rather than take up the Philadelphia Eagles’ offer to become their head coach. Kelly was interviewed by multiple NFL teams, and the Browns and Eagles...
Chip Kelly decided against moving over the NFL this weekend, instead choosing to stick it out in Eugene, Ore., as the Ducks’ head coach.
The Oregonian implied that Kelly may be waiting for his dream job to come along before moving to the pros. As a New Hampshire native, Kelly’s dream job may be that of New England Patriots head coach. There’s no telling when Bill Belichick...
In the end, the chance to remain king and win a National Championship was more important than being the new guy. ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter is reporting that Kelly has chosen to stay at Oregon and spurn the NFL once again.
Kelly obviously likes to be courted, but in the end, chose the jerseys and being the king of the Pac 12 over Vick and Foles.
Peter King adds that the Eagles seem to telling Chip Kelly that “we like you, but we’ll be fine without you.” King also mentions that Kelly could end up getting “cold feet” due to “not seeing an ideal job” and return to Oregon.
Jason Cole reports that Browns are leaving Arizona without an answer from Chip Kelly regarding their head coaching vacancy...
AMES, Iowa - As the college football season wound down, head coaches names began to float around to fill the seven vacancies on the NFL coaching carousel. Chip Kelly was leaving Oregon for the Cleveland Browns - no, Bill OBrien was leaving Penn State for the Cleveland Browns - no, maybe Nick Saban will leave the most lucrative coaching position in college football history for the...
According to Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports on Twitter, the Cleveland Browns will include Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians and Montreal Alouettes head coach Marc Trestman in their head-coaching search after pulling out of the pursuit for Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly.
Arians, who missed the Sunday AFC Wild Card game against the Baltimore Ravens while in...
The Buffalo Bills were one of the three teams that reportedly met with Oregon head coach Chip Kelly on Saturday. The Buffalo Bills also met with former head coach Lovie Smith on Saturday according to numerous reports. The Bills met with another coaching prospect as well on Saturday and were so impressed, they hired him as the Bills new coach for 2013. Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone...