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Kelly turned down Coughlin to stay at New Hampshire | ProFootballTalk
Giants coach Tom Coughlin has to try to beat Chip Kelly twice a year now. But in 2006, he tried to get the Eagles head coach to join his staff. Coughlin told reporters at the owners meetings that he offered Kelly a job as offensive quality control coach, a job which Kelly turned down, staying at New Hampshire so he could continue to work with players directly.
Quarterback must be priority high in the draft for Eagles
The Eagles, who almost certainly will select a quarterback at some point in the first three rounds, sent a scouting party that included general manager Howie Roseman, head coach Chip Kelly and owner Jeff Lurie to Morgantown last week to work out Smith, who is rated as the best quarterback in the draft. They brought Scott in to the NovaCare Complex for a look-see, and have a private workout scheduled with Manuel.
Eagles hope to benefit from unique pre-draft camp | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
The first-year Eagles head coach has watched film of all of his players, but rules from the Collective Bargaining Agreement prohibit all NFL coaches from working with their players or even discussing football until Phase 1 of the offseason begins April 1. Most coaches can’t conduct their first minicamp until after the NFL draft, which runs from April 25-27, but the CBA permits new head coaches to conduct a three-day veteran camp before the April 25 draft.
NFL owners meetings - Proposed RB helmet rule is only fair - ESPN
Defensive players have had to adjust for safety's sake, so offense should, too
Brian Urlacher update: Bears legend will not return to Chicago in 2013 - Windy City Gridiron
The end of the Brian Urlacher Era has come... He will not be returning to the Chicago Bears.