• Eagles players are still slowing down the Chip Kelly offense

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Sep 18, 2013
    "Personally, I think I could go," Kelly said. On Thursday, Sutton will see Kelly’s unique, circuslike no-huddle spread offense up close as he leads the Chiefs’ defense into a primetime showdown against the Eagles, who hired Kelly as their head coach this offseason. Before Sunday’s unexpected loss to the Chargers, Sal Paolantonio of ESPN reported that Kelly has instructed his players not to leave the ball on the ground after a play but to hand it to an official. “Before he ever got to Philadelphia, I studied his film in the past out of curiosity because I think it’s a great system,” said Sutton, 62, who was a coach at Army from 1983-99.
    • Chiefs have plans to ground Chip Kelly's high-flying Eagles offense

      The Chiefs will see Chip Kelly's unique, circus-like no-huddle spread offense up close on Thursday night in their primetime showdown against the Eagles in Philadelphia (7:25 p.m. on NFL Network and KSHB Ch. 41). The Chiefs say the speed with which the E…
  • Kelly doesn't think calf sprain will keep him sidelined

    Cardinals right-hander Joe Kelly said tests on his sore right calf Wednesday revealed nothing more than a slight sprain with no structural damage.
    Source: MLB.com

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