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JR would have said hell no to this

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Eagles made Kelly one of 10 highest paid NFL coaches, giving him a 5-yr deal worth right around $32.5 million, an average of $6.5m per year.

Eagles made Kelly one of 10 highest paid NFL coaches, giving him a 5-yr deal worth right around $32.5 million, an average of $6.5m per year.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter)

January 20, 2013

Sorry to make two un-related panthers thread....but jesus.

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Skins gave Spurrier a big contract.

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That's just stupid. They will regret it.

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didnt want chip and his gimmick offense here. he'll never work long-term, he'll never stick with one QB. Multi QB system will never work in the NFL.

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he wouldn't hire someone not part of the NFL regardless of how good they are and i doubt he'd hire another offensive guy either.

doesn't matter how much it was going to cost, JR wouldn't think outside that box.

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didnt want chip and his gimmick offense here. he'll never work long-term, he'll never stick with one QB. Multi QB system will never work in the NFL.

lol multi QB system?

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John Fox was one of the highest paid coaches in the NFL. Richardson may have said "hell no" to it, but only because Kelly is an unknown.

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I wouldn't hire a coach with no NFL background AND who has only been successful running a system that wouldn't work in the NFL.

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