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Chip Kelly stays at Oregon

Chip Kelly stays at Oregon

Perhaps the biggest move of the coaching hiring cycle is the one that wasn’t made. Per multiple reports, Oregon coach Chip Kelly is staying in Oregon. The move comes a day after Kelly spent multiple hours meeting with the Eagles, and two days after he r
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  • Eagles fly back to Philly after interviewing Mike McCoy

    Eagles fly back to Philly after interviewing Mike McCoy

    The Eagles are returning to Philadelphia without a new coach.  And on the night before their former coach, Andy Reid, will be introduced as the new coach of the Chiefs, the Eagles seem no closer to making a hire than when they fired Reid. According to C…
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  • Arians makes plenty of sense for the Bears

    Arians makes plenty of sense for the Bears

    profootballtalk.com Jan 6, 2013
    As Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians prepares to help his new team win a playoff game roughly a year after his most recent team, the Steelers, declared that Arians had retired, Arians will soon be in demand, win or lose. The Bears and the Eagles …
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  • Inside the Phillies: Reviewing the offseason moves in the Phill…

    Inside the Phillies: Reviewing the offseason moves in the Phillies' division

    philly.com Jan 6, 2013
    It is too soon to fill out the final scorecard on this offseason, but we can take a look at what has transpired so far - with the focus for this exercise narrowed to the National League East, since that's the division the Phillies will try to reclaim in…
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  • Parker, Spurs rebound with drubbing of Sixers

    Parker, Spurs rebound with drubbing of Sixers

    ESPN.com Jan 6, 2013
    Tony Parker had 20 points and Manu Ginobili added 19 and the San Antonio Spurs routed the Philadelphia 76ers 109-86 on Saturday.
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  • John Smallwood: Chiefs blind to Reid's shortcomings with Eagles

    John Smallwood: Chiefs blind to Reid's shortcomings with Eagles

    philly.com Jan 6, 2013
    Clearly, the Kansas City Chiefs have not paid attention to the fine details of Andy Reid's tenure as head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles.
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Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Ravens win one for Lewis, but they get no prize in Broncos rema…

    Jan 6
    BALTIMORE -- So Ray Lewis got to take his victory lap, and the Baltimore Ravens get to live another week. I hope they all enjoyed Sunday's 24-9 playoff conquest of the Indianapolis Colts at M&T Bank Stadium, because next week in Denver could be a ve…
  • Daily Dime: Lakers-Nuggets

    Jan 7
    The Lakers' latest loss reveals a team not headed for a quick turnaround, J.A. Adande writes.
  • NFL playoffs -- After mild-card round, NFC divisional round gets better

    Jan 6
    After uninspired "mild-card" games, the divisional round matchups should be better, writes John Clayton.