The Philadelphia Eagles are 4-6 after coming off two brutal losses. Questions are starting to be raised about Chip Kelly's future in Philly. According to Ian Rapoport, Kelly is already drawing outside interest.
The USC rumors aren't new. They've already popped up multiple times this season. Kelly has downplayed his interest in returning to college, and last week ESPN insider Adam Schefter reported that Kelly isn't interested in joining the Trojans.
The Titans being interested in Kelly came up as a discussion topic ever since Tennessee fired Ken Whisenhunt. The Marcus Mariota connection is too obvious. Kelly just can't leave for the Titans, however. Tennessee would have to hope Philadelphia fires him, which isn't impossible. Or maybe the Titans would be willing trade for him?
The Eagles have five games left. Kelly's future hasn't been decided yet. There's still for him to save his job, assuming it truly is in danger. But the harsh reality is things aren't looking so great right now, and Kelly is fully aware of his failures.
For what it's worth, it does seem like Kelly isn't willing to abandon the mess he's created:
Talked #Eagles coach Chip Kelly post-loss. I'm told he was despondent, feeling the heat, intent on fixing his team. Considering all options— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 29, 2015
To his players... Chip still wants to fix it https://t.co/WCNXo3MEKj— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 29, 2015