Glauber's NFL Hot Reads
Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
Chip Kelly finally decided to take the plunge, reversing course about staying at the University of Oregon and accepting the job as the Eagles’ head coach. Kelly doesn’t think the adjustment will be all that tough, even though he doesn’t have a single day’s worth of experience in the NFL.
“Football is football,” Kelly told reporters at his introductory news conference on Thursday. “This is...Read more »
The Jacksonville Jaguars have tabbed Gus Bradley to be their next head coach. Bradley, the former Seahawks defensive coordinator, replaces Mike Mularkey, who was fired last week by newly hired general manager Dave Campbell.
The news of Bradley's hiring was first reported by ESPN and FOX.
Bradley is the seventh coach hired this season, with only the Cardinals still without...Read more »
In a stunning turnabout, Oregon coach Chip Kelly has now changed his mind and will coach the Eagles, according to multiple reports. The news was first reported by Chris Mortensen of ESPN. The Eagles have confirmed the hiring.
Kelly had initially declined an offer to coach the Eagles, deciding instead to return to Oregon, a move aided in part by lucrative financial inducements from Nike...Read more »
Chip Kelly was the first choice of the Bucs last year, but the Oregon coach decided to stay with the Ducks for the 2012 season. Now we'll see if Kelly is ready to jump to the NFL this time around.
He'll certainly have plenty of opportunities.
The Browns, Bills and Eagles are set to interview Kelly for their head coaching vacancy, but it won’t happen until Friday. Kelly’s first order...Read more »