Chip Kelly bringing breakneck approach to Philadelphia Eagles - NFL.com
Then-Oregon head coach Mike Bellotti hired Chip Kelly to be his offensive coordinator in 2007 because of his expertise implementing and running the kind of read-option attack that was taking over college football. Bellotti, and the Ducks, wound up getting much, much more. Six years later, and after four seasons and three conference titles as head coach, Kelly has left Oregon and arrived in Philadelphia, set to take on the challenge of shaking up pro football the same way he did the major college game. And plenty of folks are thinking the way Bellotti did back in 2007: focusing just on how Kelly's tornado of an option offense will be adapted to the NFL.
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Bulked-up Vinny Curry ready to 'seek redemption' | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
Vinny Curry is a self-proclaimed man of mystery. Like many of his teammates, but maybe even more so, the second-year Eagles defensive lineman has no clue where he fits in the new scheme.
No breaks for Kelly in Eagles' 2013 slate | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
The NFL schedule makers were not kind at all to Chip Kelly in his first season. The Eagles begin the 2013 campaign with three games in 11 days. Ouch! That’s brutal for any team.
All in the family | National Football Post
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Jimmy Haslam, the FBI & the 158 Pages That Will Cost Him The Browns - Dawgs By Nature
A look at the 158 pages that will cost Jimmy Haslam the Cleveland Browns.
Mike Kaye joined Tony Modica and Sam Hauser of Sports 930 in Jacksonville to discuss the Eagles, the draft, and the offseason, along with much more.