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The Eagles finally got off the pot and in a big way landing their top choice in their coaching search, Oregon’s Chip Kelly.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen confirmed on Wednesday that Kelly had taken the job. Neither the Eagles’ nor Oregon University has confirmed the news, but reports have since surfaced that Kelly has accepted the Eagles’ offer.
Kelly is 46-7 in four years at Oregon and led the Ducks to four straight BCS bowl games, including a bid for the national championship and three Pac-12 championships.
Oregon last season went 12-1 in 2012 and the team was ranked No. 1 until a 17-14 overtime loss to Stanford on Nov. 17.
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The Eagles held a press conference today at 1:30 to introduce new head coach Chip Kelly.
The press conference, which aired live on Comcast SportsNet, focused mostly on Kelly and the organization's decision to come together and make him the next Eagles' head coach.
However, you knew Andy Reid was going to be mentioned at some point.
"One person I...
It was reported earlier that Gus Bradley will be the Philadelphia Eagles’ new head coach. It looks like that report was premature.
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Fired after 14 years with the Philadelphia Eagles in his first head coaching position, Andy Reid will take over for Romeo Crennel in Kansas City. The Chiefs finished the 2012 season 2-14, their worst season in franchise history.
Andy Reid is a man of many words. He just never says anything significant.
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Will you look at that. The Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears aren't hiring retreads.