PHILADELPHIA — Chip Kelly pronounced he expects to be behind as conduct manager of a Philadelphia Eagles. Sam Bradford pronounced he would like to be a quarterback.
On a night when a Eagles were separated from playoff quarrel for a second deteriorate in a quarrel with a 38-24 detriment to a Washington Redskins, nobody’s destiny is 100 percent certain. Eagles owners Jeff Lurie will accommodate with Kelly after subsequent Sunday’s deteriorate culmination opposite a New York Giants, ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio reported.
Chip Kelly’s Eagles lose, skip playoffs for second year in a row
The visiting Redskins pulled divided in a second half to spike down a NFC East pretension and keep Philadelphia out of a postseason once again.
Lurie always meets with his conduct manager after a finish of a season, though a comparison Eagles central told Paolantonio that a Eagles’ new movement “has been unpleasant to watch.”
Kelly won a NFC East pretension in 2013, his initial deteriorate after withdrawal Oregon for Philadelphia. The Eagles finished 10-6 and missed a playoffs final year. After losing to Washington Saturday night, a Eagles (6-9) are positive of a losing record. Kelly has never had a losing record as a conduct coach.
“Anybody in my situation,” Kelly said, “if they’re disturbed about removing fired, they substantially already should have been fired. It’s not good enough, though I’m going to continue to work.”
Bradford was going into a final year of his agreement when a Eagles acquired him in a Mar trade with a St. Louis Rams. All season, Bradford has been neutral when asked about his destiny — even after Kelly pronounced he designed to have Bradford over this season.
“I’d like to be behind here,” Bradford pronounced after Saturday’s game. “But that’s not my choice.”
Bradford, 28, pronounced there had been no agreement talks with a Eagles. Kelly pronounced progressing this month that he wouldn’t have traded Nick Foles and a second-round collect in a 2016 NFL breeze if he didn’t consider Bradford would pointer over this season.
“If it does benefaction itself and we have a opportunity, this is where we wish to be,” Bradford said. “I’ve enjoyed my time here. I’ve enjoyed being in Philadelphia.
“Throughout my career, I’ve schooled that training new offenses each year, it’s only tough to continue to improve. You’re always training new verbiage, training new plays, training new systems. we would unequivocally like to stay in a same one, have a event to play a second year.”
In St. Louis, Bradford had 3 descent coordinators in his initial 4 seasons. He missed a second half of a 2013 deteriorate and all of 2014 after ripping a ACL in his left knee twice. He pronounced he feels he has softened over a march of his initial deteriorate in Kelly’s offense.
To have continuity, of course, Kelly would have to be behind as a Eagles’ conduct coach.