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Chip Kelly gives hints on how he and new OC Pat Shurmur will wo…

Chip Kelly gives hints on how he and new OC Pat Shurmur will work

MOBILE, Ala. — The Eagles have yet to confirm any of their assistant coaching hires, including the addition of Pat Shurmur as offensive coordinator. But Shurmur walking around Senior Bowl practice with a credential that read “Eagles” under his name
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  • Jim Caldwell to keep same role with Ravens in 2013

    Jim Caldwell to keep same role with Ravens in 2013

    CNNSI.com Jan 21, 2013
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- Jim Caldwell will remain the Baltimore Ravens' offensive coordinator next season.
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  • Jim Herrmann withdraws name from Eagles' DC search

    Jim Herrmann withdraws name from Eagles' DC search

    MOBILE, Ala. -- Giants linebackers coach Jim Herrmann pulled his name from consideration for the Eagles defensive coordinator job, according to reports out of New York on Monday morning.
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  • Trent Cole jilts Pa. expo over 'sporting rifle' ban

    Trent Cole jilts Pa. expo over 'sporting rifle' ban

    philly.com Jan 21, 2013
    Eagles defensive end Trent Cole, a major hunting enthusiast, is snubbing a Pennsylvania sports expo because it has banned sales of certain rifles variously described as "modern sporting rifles," "tactical rifles" or "assault weapons."
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  • NFC East links: Hope for the Eagles?

    NFC East links: Hope for the Eagles?

    ESPN.com Jan 21, 2013
    Dallas Cowboys Jean-Jacques Taylor of ESPNDallas.com weighs in on the process that has made Jim Harbaugh a success with the San Francisco 49ers and the dysfunction that has been the Cowboys of late. Taylor: "In two seasons, [Harbaugh] has made two …
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  • Senior Bowl might answer some Eagles questions

    Senior Bowl might answer some Eagles questions

    philly.com Jan 21, 2013
    MOBILE, Ala. - So, if past form holds true, Andy Reid will be on hand watching the Senior Bowl practices that start Monday. As will Joe Banner. And Marty Mornhinweg. And Howie Roseman.
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