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Do not want Chip Kelly after this rumor....

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JR is not going to give full control to a guy who has NO NFL experience at all.

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Sorry but if that's true I'd say hell no too

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Dnt Pete Carroll have a lot of say in decision making

Pete Caroll does, but we are talking about JR giving Chip this much control. It's not going to happen. Chip might as well sign his contract to the Eagles now because they are probably the only team that will give him that much control.

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Dnt Pete Carroll have a lot of say in decision making

Caroll had a NFL background before he became coach of Seattle.

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So can someone help me with this. Why do GMs have so much power to begin with in terms of what players a team drafts or signs? Maybe im not thinking about this the right way but it would seem to me HCs and coordinators would have a lot better grasp of what their team needs as opposed to a yuppie GM that spends most of his days in a plush office

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Rivera has a better shot a full control next year than this guy.

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Pete Caroll des, but we are talking about JR giving Chip this much control. It's not going to happen. Chip might as well sign his

contract to t\ithe Eagles now because they are probably the only team that will give him that much control.

Caroll had a NFL background before he became coach of Seattle.

I know.

Though its cheaper to pay one guy to do two jobs than two guys doing two jobs lol

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So can someone help me with this. Why do GMs have so much power to begin with in terms of what players a team drafts or signs? Maybe im not thinking about this the right way but it would seem to me HCs and coordinators would have a lot better grasp of what their team needs as opposed to a yuppie GM that spends most of his days in a plush office

Thats what I believe for years also, but I dont know why.

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