College football: Coach Chip Kelly staying at Oregon

Oregon coach Chip Kelly has decided to turn down a chance to go to the NFL and instead will return to the Ducks, according to league sources. Kelly was intrigued with the Philadelphia Eagles' head coaching job but decided he wasn't comfortable leaving

Oregon Ducks coach Chip Kelly will keep that title instead of taking the Philadelphia Eagles job, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter and Oregon beat writer Rob Moseley. The 46-7 master of the blur offense was courted by the Eagles even after apparently

Chip Kelly spurns NFL, will stay at Oregon. Mike Garafolo, USA TODAY Sports4:23p.m. EST January 7, 2013. CommentsShare. 2013-01-06-chip-kelly. Chip Kelly will try to improve on his 46-7 record at Oregon and add a BCS title to his resume. (Photo: Matt

Chip Kelly came oh-so close to making the leap to the NFL but in the end decided to stay put as the highly successful coach of the Oregon Ducks. Sound familiar? Multiple sources are reporting that after lengthy interviews with the Cleveland Browns and

For the 2nd year in a row Chip Kelly flirted with the NFL, but has ultimately decided to stay at Oregon Adam Schefter confirmed this evening. Kelly interviewed with the Browns, Bills and Eagles