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Contacts: Derek Boyko, Ryan Nissan, Brett Strohsacker, Anthony Bonagura, Alex Zerkel, Bradley Heimowitz

 

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PRESEASON

 

Day

Date

Opponent New England Carolina at Jacksonville at New York Jets

Time

Friday

August 9

7:30 PM

Thursday

August 15

7:30 PM

Saturday

August 24

7:30 PM

Thursday

August 29

7:00 PM

REGULAR SEASON

 

Day

Date

Opponent at Washington San Diego Kansas City at Denver at New York Giants at Tampa Bay Dallas New York Giants at Oakland at Green Bay Washington BYE Arizona Detroit at Minnesota Chicago at Dallas

Time

Monday

September 9

7:10 PM

Sunday

September 15

1:00 PM

Thursday

September 19

8:25 PM

Sunday

September 29

4:25 PM

Sunday

October 6

1:00 PM

Sunday

October 13

1:00 PM

Sunday

October 20

1:00 PM

Sunday

October 27

1:00 PM

Sunday

November 3

4:05 PM

Sunday

November 10

1:00 PM

Sunday

November 17

1:00 PM

Sunday

November 24

Sunday

December 1

1:00 PM

Sunday

December 8

1:00 PM

Sunday

December 15

1:00 PM

Sunday

December 22

1:00 PM

Sunday

December 29

1:00 PM

POSTSEASON

 

Wild Card Playoffs Divisional Playoffs AFC/NFC Championship Games Pro Bowl (Honolulu, HI) Super Bowl 48 (East Rutherford, NJ)

January 4-5

January 11-12

January 19

January 26

February 2

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Mailing Address: Philadelphia Eagles, NovaCare Complex One NovaCare Way, Philadelphia, PA 19145 Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field (69,144 capacity), Natural Grass Phone: 215-463-2500 Website: PhiladelphiaEagles.com Team Colors: Midnight Green (PMS 316), Silver, Black and White Training Camp: NovaCare Complex, Philadelphia, PA Ticket Office: 215-463-5500

Complex, Philadelphia, PA Ticket Office: 215-463-5500 A real-time version of the Eagles media guide is available
Complex, Philadelphia, PA Ticket Office: 215-463-5500 A real-time version of the Eagles media guide is available
Complex, Philadelphia, PA Ticket Office: 215-463-5500 A real-time version of the Eagles media guide is available
Complex, Philadelphia, PA Ticket Office: 215-463-5500 A real-time version of the Eagles media guide is available
Complex, Philadelphia, PA Ticket Office: 215-463-5500 A real-time version of the Eagles media guide is available

A real-time version of the Eagles media guide is available online at PhiladelphiaEagles.com by clicking MEDIA GUIDE under the TEAM tab on the home page. The media guide is updated on a daily basis by the Eagles media relations staff.

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The Philadelphia Eagles announced their full
training camp schedule for this summer,
featuring five training camp practices at
Lincoln Financial Field that will be free and
open to the public with a variety of fan-
focused activities surrounding practice,
including music in the HeadHouse Plaza,
opportunities to meet Eagles alumni,
chances to get an autograph from a current
player, interaction with Eagles Cheerleaders
and more. “Our goal is to have a fun atmos-
phere for fans as they get an up-close look at
the team,” said Eagles President Don
Smolenski. “There will be special events
surrounding every practice including an
opportunity for all kids 14 and under to catch a pass from Eagles
alumni on the field after practice.”
There will be additional private practices held at the NovaCare
Complex that will be open to a limited number of Eagles season
ticket holders randomly selected from every section of the stadi-
um. All training camp practices will begin at 12:30 pm.
LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD FAN TRAINING CAMP INFO
Public Practice Dates (every practice to begin at 12:30 pm)
• Sunday, July 28 (Alumni Day)
• Monday, August 5 (Military Appreciation Day)
• Sunday, August 11 (Bobblehead Giveaways)
• Saturday, August 17 (Health and Safety Day)**
• Monday, August 26
** - practice may change to 8:15 am if Phillies game gets flexed on August 17
Ticket Information
• Free and available beginning June 18 at 2 pm
• Fans can obtain tickets by visiting PhiladelphiaEagles.com,
Ticketmaster.com or by calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000.
• Seating will be general admission by section, with an 8-ticket
limit per practice
Training Camp Hotline and Website
• Please call the Eagles Training Camp Hotline at 215-320-5160
or visit the Eagles Training Camp Website at
philadelphiaeagles.com/news/training-camp.html for updates on
practice and other events at Training Camp
FAN ACTIVITIES AT LFF
Parking, Entry to Stadium and Concessions
• Touchdown Catch - After every practice, all fans ages 14 and
• All parking will be free with lots opening at 9:30 am
under will have the opportunity to catch a pass on the field from
Eagles alumni
• The HeadHouse Plaza will open at 10:30 am and the interior
gates will open at 11:30 am. All fans should enter the stadium
• Autographs - Every fan entering Lincoln Financial Field will
through the Northeast and Xfinity gates only
receive a scratch-off ticket. Those who receive “winning” tickets
will be directed to the SCA and West Club levels for player auto-
graphs after practice
• Concessions will be available inside the stadium. No alcoholic
beverages will be sold
Rain Plan
• Family Entertainment - Beginning at 10:30 am in the HeadHouse
Plaza, there will be music, face-painting artists, appearances from
SWOOP, and Eagles Cheerleader entertainment
• If practice is forced to move away from LFF on one of these days
due to weather, the Eagles will let fans know about this decision
no later than 9 am. Fans can access this information by calling the
SPECIAL EVENT DAYS
Sunday, July 28 - Alumni Day
The Eagles will recognize alumni players on the field prior to prac-
tice. In addition, some of the many honored players will begin sign-
ing autographs for fans in the HeadHouse Plaza at 10:30 am.
Eagles Training Camp Hotline, logging on to
PhiladelphiaEagles.com and following @Eagles on Twitter. In
addition, the team will communicate this information through its
e-mail database and all its social media platforms
• Unfortunately due to scheduling conflicts, there will be no re-
scheduling of Training Camp practices at LFF

Monday, August 5 - Military Appreciation Day On Military Appreciation Day, presented by Dietz & Watson, the Eagles will honor members from all five branches of the military on the field prior to practice. Sunday, August 11 - Bobblehead Giveaways The first 10,000 kids entering Lincoln Financial Field, ages 12-and- under, will receive a LeSean McCoy mini-bobblehead doll, courtesy of ACME. Saturday, August 17 - Health and Safety Day The Eagles will honor members of the Philadelphia Police Force, Fire Department and First Responders on the 4th annual Health and Safety Day, presented by Teva Pharmaceuticals. In addition, fans can learn valuable information about health and wellness, emergency services and safety tips for the whole family.

TRAINING CAMP PARTNER

Sports Authority is the official presenting sponsor of Philadelphia Eagles Training Camp and will be running several promo- tions throughout Training Camp, as well as during the season. Prizes include a VIP road trip to an Eagles away game, VIP experiences at the NovaCare Complex, Sports Authority gift cards and Eagles autographed merchandise.

away game, VIP experiences at the NovaCare Complex, Sports Authority gift cards and Eagles autographed merchandise.

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TRAINING CAMP PRACTICE AND MEDIA SCHEDULE Mon, July 22 Tue, July 23 Wed, July 24
TRAINING CAMP PRACTICE AND MEDIA SCHEDULE
Mon, July 22
Tue, July 23
Wed, July 24
Rookies report to NovaCare (closed to fans)
Rookie practice (closed to fans) - Chip Kelly
Rookie practice (closed to fans)
*Thu, August 15 (7:30 pm) Eagles vs. Carolina Panthers
Fri, August 16
Day Off
+Sat, August 17 Practice at LFF - Chip Kelly
Thu, July 25 Full team reports to NovaCare (closed to fans) - Asst. Coaches
Sun, August 18
Practice - Pat Shurmur
Fri, July 26
Sat, July 27
Sun, July 28
Mon, July 29
Tue, July 30
Wed, July 31
Thu, August 1
Fri, August 2
Sat, August 3
Sun, August 4
Mon, August 5
Tue, August 6
Wed, August 7
Thu, August 8
*Fri, August 9
Sat, August 10
Sun, August 11
Practice - Chip Kelly
Practice
Practice at LFF
Practice - Chip Kelly
Day Off
Practice - Chip Kelly
Practice
Practice - Chip Kelly
Day Off
Practice - Chip Kelly
Practice at LFF
Practice with NE Patriots - Chip Kelly
Practice with NE Patriots - Pat Shurmur/Billy Davis
Practice (closed to fans) - Chip Kelly
(7:30 pm) Eagles vs. New England Patriots
Day Off
Practice at LFF - Chip Kelly
Mon, August 19 Day Off
Tue, August 20
Practice - Chip Kelly
Wed, August 21 Practice - Billy Davis
Thu, August 22
Fri, August 23
Practice (closed to fans)
Practice - Chip Kelly
*Sat, August 24 (7:30 pm) Eagles at Jacksonville Jaguars
Sun, August 25
Day Off
Mon, August 26 Practice at LFF - Chip Kelly
Tue, August 27
Practice (closed to fans) - Pat Shurmur/Billy Davis
Wed, August 28 Practice - Chip Kelly
*Thu, August 29 (7:00 pm) Eagles at New York Jets
Notes:
• All full-team practices begin at 12:30 pm
• All availability will take place after practice in a designated area
Mon, August 12 Practice - Pat Shurmur
• Players will be available after every practice
* = preseason game
+ = will change to 8:15 am if Phillies/Dodgers game gets flexed
Tue, August 13
Practice (closed to fans) - Chip Kelly
Wed, August 14 Practice - Billy Davis

GENERAL MEDIA INFORMATION & GUIDELINES

Credentials All media attending practice at NovaCare and Lincoln Financial Field need to have an Eagles Training Camp credential on them at all times. Credentials should be picked up in advance of Eagles Training Camp from Ryan Nissan. Please contact Ryan about obtaining a pass.

Player and Coach Availability All media availability with players and coaches will take place after practice in a designated area. Please funnel all coach interview requests through Derek Boyko and all player interview requests through Ryan Nissan and Alex Zerkel. Eagles Media Relations Department Derek Boyko, Ryan Nissan, Alex Zerkel, Brett Strohsacker and Anthony Bonagura can be reached at 215-463-0984.

MEDIA INFORMATION FOR TRAINING CAMP PRACTICES AT THE NOVACARE COMPLEX

Practice

From July 23 - August 14 (thru Week 2 of the preseason): Media

will be permitted to cover practice in its entirety with cameras available to shoot approximately the first 20 minutes of each prac- tice session

Beginning August 17 (after Week 2 of the preseason): All media

(including cameras) will be permitted to watch and shoot just the first 20 minutes of practice

Parking

On days where fans are attending practice…All media should

park in the Naval Parking lot adjacent to the NovaCare Complex. All SAT trucks can park in the normal area in front of the building.

For space reasons, the NovaCare parking lot will only be open to players, coaches and Eagles staff on those days On days where fans are not attending practice (July 22-25, August 8, August 13, August 22, August 27)…All media can park in the NovaCare parking lot

MEDIA INFORMATION FOR TRAINING CAMP PRACTICES AT LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD

Practice

All five LFF practices: Media will be permitted to cover practice

in its entirety with cameras available to shoot approximately the first 20 minutes of each practice session

• Players will be available following practice in the hallway outside of the home locker room

• When made available, Coach Kelly will speak in a designated area on the field

• The photographers’ work room will be open for use

• After practice, the press box is open for use if needed

Parking All media should park in the D Lot and then proceed to the normal media check-in gate (same as gameday).

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ARZ

 

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TB

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NO

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DAL

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MIN

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TB

 

NO

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DAL

 

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BEHIND THE SCENES WITH LURIE
Favorite Philadelphia restaurants: Osteria, Tinto, Ver-
nick, Barclay Prime and Le Virtu
Favorite Philadelphia breakfast spot: Honey’s Sit N Eat
On your iPod: Ranges from The Doors to Bob Marley to Shakira
First concert attended: Beach Boys
Favorite player growing up: Bobby Orr
Favorite TV shows of all-time: Hogan’s Heroes, The Fugitive, 24
Favorite books: The Kite Runner, Book of Daniel
Favorite all-time movies: The Great Escape, The Godfather Part II
Favorite recent movie: Silver Linings Playbook
Favorite dog breeds: Bernese Mountain Dog, Wheaten Terrier

Jeffrey Lurie, longtime Eagles owner and chairman, is defined by his accomplishments both on and off the field - accomplishments which when taken together reveal how hard he has worked for ex- cellence. Taking over a football franchise in 1994 that made the playoffs just 14 times in a 62-year span (23%), the Eagles have been a perennial contender under Lurie, earning playoff berths in 11 of his 18 years as owner (61%). Off the field, his stewardship of Screen Pass Pictures has garnered two Academy Awards since 2010. And, under his guidance, the Eagles have become leaders with their charitable and environmental efforts in the community. Along the way, Lurie has earned the respect of NFL's top hier- archy as he serves on the NFL's Finance Committee, Broadcast Committee, Stadium Committee, International Committee and the Super Bowl Advisory Committee. The Eagles have a greater overall winning percentage and ap- peared in more playoff games (22) and won more (11) than any other ownership group in team history. In 2013, Lurie hired renowned University of Oregon head coach Chip Kelly to be the 21st head coach in franchise history. Coach Kelly replaced Andy Reid, the all-time winningest coach in fran- chise history who Lurie hired in 1999. Later that year, Screen Pass Pictures earned its second Academy Award for Inocente, in the category of Best Documentary Short. Their first came in 2010 for Inside Job which earned the Academy Award for Best Documen- tary Feature. One of Lurie’s charitable endeavors was the creation of Eagles Youth Partnership (EYP), the team's non-profit, charitable wing. Since its inception in 1995, EYP has developed into one of the most innovative and dynamic non-profit organizations in Philadelphia, winning awards internationally for its sports philanthropy. Eagles Youth Partnership won the coveted 2011 Sport Team of the Year Award by Beyond Sport, a global organization that pro- motes, develops and funds the use of sport to create positive so- cial change across the world, for its campaigns“Tackling Breast Cancer” and “Go Green!”. The Philadelphia Business Journal honored the Eagles as one of Philadelphia's top charitable corporations in 2010. “That giving attitude made them a winner in every category of the Corporate Philanthropy Awards.” The “Go Green!” program serves to better the environment by creating and sustaining programs that improve the quality of life in the Philadelphia region, green the environment and reduce the team’s impact on the planet. Lurie and Christina Weiss Lurie re- ceived the 2008 Ongoing Commitment Award from the Environ- mental Media Association for their efforts. Lurie is a director of the NLM Family Foundation, which devotes much of its resources to autism research and education. NLM co- funded a short documentary film entitled Autism Is A World that received a nomination for a 2005 Academy Award. More recently, the Lurie Family Foundation was established with an emphasis on health issues, especially in the areas of autism and cancer research. The Foundation also supports docu- mentaries addressing global issues through Screen Pass Pictures.

"Autism is one of the most under-funded conditions in the country, and we need to raise awareness," said Lurie. "Those who have autism are wonderful people, usually highly intelligent, sweet and caring. They are often unable to effectively communicate with others. A great deal more research needs to be done." Prior to entering business, Lurie served as an adjunct assis- tant professor of social policy at Boston University. He earned a B.A. from Clark University, a master's degree in psychology from Boston University and a Ph.D in social policy from Brandeis Uni- versity. Born on Sept. 8, 1951, Lurie has two children. He is mar- ried and resides in the Philadelphia area with his wife, Tina.

LURIE’S LANDMARKS • Is the winningest owner in Eagles franchise history • Eagles Youth Partnership
LURIE’S LANDMARKS
• Is the winningest owner in Eagles franchise history
• Eagles Youth Partnership earned the coveted 2011 Sport
Team of the Year Award by Beyond Sport, a global organi-
zation that promotes, develops and funds the use of sport
to create positive social change across the world. They
were a finalist for the award in 2010
• Under his direction, the Eagles “Go Green!” program was
launched and quickly became a ground-breaking initiative
aimed at improving the environment by creating programs
that improve the quality of life in the Philadelphia region,
green the environment and reduce the team’s impact on the
region’s resources
• Lurie’s Screen Pass Pictures served as executive producers
of Inocente, which earned an Academy Award for Best
Short Documentary in 2013, and the 2010 documentary film
Inside Job, which earned the Academy Award for Best Doc-
umentary Feature
• Lurie is a director of the NLM Family Foundation, which de-
votes much of its resources to autism research and educa-
tion. NLM co-funded a short documentary film entitled
Autism Is A World that received a nomination for a 2005
Academy Award
• The Lurie Family Foundation was also established by Lurie
and Christina Weiss Lurie with an emphasis on health is-
sues, especially in the areas of autism and cancer research
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Don Smolenski, a longtime leader in the Eagles front office and a veteran sports executive, was named the club’s president in June, 2012. His promotion capped a steady rise through the executive ranks of the Eagles organization. As President, Smolenski directs the club’s business and strate- gic efforts, including sales, marketing, communications and op- erations. He is known for his collaborative, easygoing style, financial acumen and long-term view and for playing a key role in significant projects from the construction of Lincoln Financial Field to the club’s internationally recognized environmental and philan- thropic programs. During his first year as President, Smolenski has infused en- ergy throughout the organization with his engaging leadership style. He embarked on a two-year, $125 million revitalization plan to Lincoln Financial Field and aided Eagles chairman Jeffrey Lurie and general manager Howie Roseman on the team’s search for a new head coach - a process that landed Oregon head coach Chip Kelly. He also spearheaded a plan that relocated the team’s train- ing camp to Philadelphia for the first time since 1943. The stadium revitalization plan, like others, was a direct result of his numerous conversations with Eagles fans, an initiative that fuels Smolenski’s drive as one of the key stewards of the franchise. Smolenski is also a driving force in the team’s environmental initiatives. Through its Go Green! program, the Eagles have emerged as a leader in environmental stewardship. The team has become a green leader in the sports industry through its conser- vation efforts, recycling programs, and use of renewable energy. In fact, his efforts have made Lincoln Financial Field one of the greenest sports stadium in the world with the installation of solar panels and wind turbines in 2012. Smolenski joined the Eagles in 1998 as the club’s Chief Finan- cial Officer and was later promoted to Senior Vice President/Chief Financial Officer. In 2010 he was named the club’s Chief Operating Officer.

Don is a member of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Com- merce and sits on the board of the Philadelphia Sports Congress. He is the treasurer of Eagles Youth Partnership and is involved with Leadership Philadelphia, a non-profit organization that promotes leadership and community involvement in the city of Philadelphia. Before joining the Eagles, Smolenski served as Chief Financial Officer for the International Hockey League, where he oversaw all league financial matters and played an integral role in the expan- sion of the league. Through the development of expansion models and the analysis of league performance models, Smolenski saw the league grow from 12 to 19 teams. Smolenski began his career as a public accountant with Arthur Andersen. An avid athlete and outdoor enthusiast, Smolenski has com- pleted the Detroit, Pittsburgh and Boston Marathons, and recently completed his first triathlon. He earned his BA in biology from Amherst College and a Master’s in accounting from the University of Hartford. Don and his wife, Karen, have two sons, Jake and Shane.

BEHIND THE SCENES Favorite team growing up: Dallas Tornado Favorite athlete growing up: Kyle Rote,
BEHIND THE SCENES
Favorite team growing up: Dallas Tornado
Favorite athlete growing up: Kyle Rote, Jr.
Biggest influence on your career: My wife
On your iPod: U2, Police
Favorite TV show of all-time: The Simpsons
Favorite Movie: Star Wars
Favorite Web Site: Philadelphiaeagles.com
If I was not in football, I’d be: A race car driver

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Howie Roseman is in his 14th season in Philadelphia and his 4th as the Eagles general manager after being promoted to his current post on January 29, 2010. Roseman spent the previous two sea- sons as the team’s vice president of player personnel. Known as one of the most aggressive general managers in the league, Roseman has earned a reputation for seeking any edge he can find to field the best team. Roseman overseas the college and pro scouting departments, the team’s medical, equipment, video and player development staffs, while serving as the steward of the salary cap. He played a vital role assisting Eagles chairman Jeffrey Lurie in the team’s search for a new head in 2013, which ultimately brought renowned Oregon coach Chip Kelly east to Philadelphia. “He’s one of the brightest young guys in the league,” said Ea- gles chairman Jeffrey Lurie. “I’m very excited about what he brings to the table. He has assembled an excellent team around him. He’s meticulous in his evaluations. He has great relationships with play- ers, coaches and agents around the league.” Over the last couple of years, Roseman has configured what many observers have coined a strong scouting staff with a blend of experienced scouts and a young core of talent. "You have to give him a lot of credit for that, because there are

a lot of young guys who wouldn't do that," former NFL GM and cur-

rent Eagles senior football advisor Tom Donahoe said. "They'd feel threatened by it. They would feel a little bit intimidated by it. But Howie's only interested in getting the best group of scouts that he can. He values our opinion. We don't always agree, but that's part of scouting."

In the first year of his new role in 2010, Roseman oversaw a major overhaul of the roster, making it one of the youngest in the NFL. That revamped Eagles squad earned an NFC East division championship.

His tenacity, creativity and ability to develop and nurture posi- tive relationships in every part of his job has played a significant role in Roseman’s ascent within the Eagles organization. He has an endless tank of energy that defines his personality and fuels his quest for a Super Bowl championship. The youngest GM in the league, Roseman (37 years old) says it has been his dream to be an NFL general manager since he was

a kid. “When I was 9 or 10 [years old], people would ask what I

wanted to be when I grew up and I told them I wanted to be the general manager of a NFL team."

After relentlessly pursuing jobs in the front office of an NFL

team, Roseman finally got his foot in the door with the Eagles in

2000 as salary cap/staff counsel, and eventually worked his way

up to his dream job.

Roseman was elevated to director of football administration in

2003 and to vice president of football administration in 2006. In this

role, Roseman worked in the personnel department evaluating players around the NFL and for the draft. He also represented the team to the NFL on contract, salary cap, and player personnel matters. In 2007, Roseman was invited to participate in the NFL-Stanford Program for managers at the Stanford Graduate School of Busi- ness, a program developed by the NFL to promote development of leaders within the league. Roseman is also active in the Philadelphia-area community, contributing to a variety of initiatives involving military and chil- dren. In fact, he was named Honorary Commander for the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst for his continued efforts with the military. Born in Brooklyn, NY, Roseman earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Florida before earning a JD degree from Fordham Law School. Howie and his wife, Mindy, reside in subur- ban Philadelphia with their four children.

BEHIND THE SCENES Favorite teams growing up: NY Jets and NY Mets Favorite athletes growing
BEHIND THE SCENES
Favorite teams growing up: NY Jets and NY Mets
Favorite athletes growing up: Keith Hernandez and Freeman Mc-
Neil
Biggest influence on your career: My family who instilled in me
the attitude to never let anyone tell you that you can’t do it
What’s on your iPod: Classic rock and hip hop
Favorite TV shows of all-time: Inside the NFL, NFL Matchup
Show, Seinfeld, Cosby Show and Entourage
Favorite Books: Any Bill Walsh book on football and books on
strategic thinking
Favorite Movies: Rocky, Beverly Hills Cop, Delta Force, Any Given
Sunday, Naked Gun, A River Runs Through It, Inside Job and
Hurt Locker
Favorite Web sites: PhiladelphiaEagles.com, ESPN.com and Pro-
FootballTalk.com
If I was not in football, I would be: Looking for a way to get into
football

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College: New Hampshire
KELLY’S COACHING TIMELINE
1990
Columbia
1991
Columbia
1992
New Hampshire
1993
Johns Hopkins
1994-96
New Hampshire
1997-98
New Hampshire
1999-2006 New Hampshire
2007-08 Oregon
2009-12
Oregon
Defensive Backs/
Special Teams (Freshman)
Outside Linebackers/
Strong Safeties (Varsity)
Running Backs
Defensive Coordinator
Running Backs
Offensive Line
Offensive Coordinator
Offensive Coordinator
Head Coach
2013-
Philadelphia
Head Coach

Following a successful four-year stint manning the sidelines at the University of Oregon, Chip Kelly was named head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles on January 16, 2013. Kelly joined the NFL coaching fraternity after 23 years of working in the college ranks. His remarkable four-year tenure with the Ducks produced a 46- 7 (.868) overall record and transformed that university into one of the nation’s premiere football destinations. Amidst Kelly’s meteoric rise, he became the first coach in Ore- gon’s history to guide the program to three undisputed conference championships from 2009-12. Additionally, the Ducks made an ap- pearance in a BCS Bowl game in each of Kelly’s four seasons as head coach. In just Kelly’s second season, Oregon earned a trip to the BCS National Championship game in 2010. Not only did Kelly implement an offense with a fast pace, but his schemes also resulted in racking up big plays. During Kelly’s tenure, the Ducks led the FBS in big plays, including 25-yard pass- ing plays (220) and 25-yard rushes (110). In his four seasons at Oregon, the Ducks scored a whopping 44.7 points per game. His 2012 Ducks squad finished 12-1 and ranked fourth in total offense accumulating nearly 7,000 yards while scoring an average of 49.6 points per game. They rushed for 315.2 yards per game while ranking fifth, averaging 537.4 total yards. Their offense ran 1,077 plays in just 13 games, which would have ranked 7th in the NFL’s 16-game schedule. Known as a football junkie, Kelly has a matter-of-fact leader- ship style in addition to his mastery of the spread offense. Follow- ing Oregon’s run at a potential national title in 2010, Kelly’s leadership was recognized with a multitude of Coach of the Year awards from outlets such as Associated Press, Sporting News, The Walter Camp Football Foundation, and other postseason titles in- cluding the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year, AFCA Coach of the Year, and Pac-10 Coach of the Year. Prior to taking over as Oregon’s head coach, Kelly spent two seasons as the team’s offensive coordinator. In his first season leading the team’s offense, the Ducks were forced into playing four different starting quarterbacks during the final four games of 2007. Kelly’s plug-and-play style was cemented when the team had an impressive 56-21 Sun Bowl victory over South Florida.

Before joining Oregon’s program, Kelly served as New Hamp- shire’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach from 1999- 2006. His offenses at his alma mater averaged better than 400 yards of total offense in seven of his eight seasons and more than 30 points per game in his final four years. As a result, three Wild- cat players received first-team All-America acclaim each of his last two seasons in the Granite State. In 2006, junior QB Ricky San- tos earned the Walter Payton Award as the most outstanding play- ers in FCS. Ironically, Kelly got his first taste of coaching in the college ranks on the defensive side of the ball with Columbia in 1990. And in 1993, he was named the defensive coordinator at Johns Hop- kins. A product of the University of New Hampshire, Kelly earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He played quarterback and defensive back for legendary coach Bill Bowes at UNH from

1981-84.

The third of four boys, Kelly attended Manchester (NH) Central High School and starred in football and track. Kelly, whose first love was hockey, played in the Manchester Regional Youth Hockey Association, and also made time for the local CYO basketball team. Charles Kelly was born in Dover, NH, on November 25, 1963 and is the son of Paul and Jean Kelly. Paul is a retired trial lawyer.

KELLY’S HEAD COACHING RECORD Year Team Overall Postseason 2009 Oregon 10-3 (.769) Rose Bowl-L 2010
KELLY’S HEAD COACHING RECORD
Year
Team
Overall
Postseason
2009
Oregon
10-3 (.769)
Rose Bowl-L
2010
Oregon
12-1 (.923)
BCS National Championship-L
2011
Oregon
12-2 (.857)
Rose Bowl-W
2012
Oregon
12-1 (.923)
Fiesta Bowl-W
TOTAL
46-7
2-2
(.868)
(.500)
• Served as Temple’s O-line coach in 2006 PAT SHURMUR DAVE FIPP Offensive Coordinator Special
• Served as Temple’s O-line coach in 2006
PAT SHURMUR
DAVE FIPP
Offensive Coordinator
Special Teams Coordinator
11th year in Philadelphia
1st year in Philadelphia
• His father, Jack, was head coach at Boston
College and in NFL Europe. His brother,
Jack, Jr., is O-line coach for the Steelers
Previously coached 10 seasons in
Philadelphia as tight ends coach (1999-
2001) and quarterbacks coach (2002-08)
• Spent 2011-12 seasons with Miami
Dolphins as assistant special teams coach.
Those units ranked 2nd (2011) and 4th
(2012) in Rick Gosselin’s rankings
ERIC CHINANDER

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Assistant Defensive Line 1st year in Philadelphia • Graduate assistant at Oregon from 2011-
Assistant Defensive Line
1st year in Philadelphia
Graduate assistant at Oregon from 2011-

12 after spending 2010 as a coaching in-

tern with the Ducks

• Coached TEs at Northern Iowa (2004-09)

• Four-year letterman as an offensive line- man at the University of Iowa (1998-02)

MIKE DAWSON Defensive Quality Control 1st year in Philadelphia •
MIKE DAWSON
Defensive Quality Control
1st year in Philadelphia

Served as special teams coach for Boston College from 2009-11

• Coached linebackers at Akron from 2006-

08 and also worked at New Hampshire,

Pittsburgh, Maine and UMass-Lowell

• Was a three-year starter at linebacker and defensive end at UMass-Amherst

MATT HARPER Assistant Special Teams 1st year in Philadelphia •
MATT HARPER
Assistant Special Teams
1st year in Philadelphia

Worked as a coaching intern and graduate assistant at Oregon from 2009-12

• Played two seasons as a safety at Oregon (2006-07) after transferring from the City College of San Francisco

• Son of two-time Nebraska All-America DE and 11-year NFL vet Willie Harper

BILL LAZOR Quarterbacks 1st year in Philadelphia •
BILL LAZOR
Quarterbacks
1st year in Philadelphia

Was the offensive coordinator at Univ. of Buffalo (2001-02) and at Virginia (2010-12)

Served as quarterbacks coach of Redskins (2006-07) and Seahawks (2008-09)

Started NFL coaching career in 2003 as Falcons offensive quality control coach

A Scranton, PA, native, was 3-year starter at QB for Cornell and was inducted into the school’s athletic Hall of Fame in 2012

Was head coach of the Cleveland Browns (2011-12) and offensive coordinator of the St. Louis Rams (2009-10)

• As Rams offensive coordinator, QB Sam Bradford earned NFL offensive rookie of the year honors in 2010 and RB Steven Jackson led NFL in rushing in 2009

• In Philadelphia, helped guide Donovan McNabb to three Pro Bowl berths as he shattered many club passing records

• His uncle, the late Fritz Shurmur, was a legendary NFL defensive coordinator

• Coached 11 seasons in college ranks at his alma mater Michigan State (1988-97) and at Stanford (1998)

• Served in same capacity for the San Francisco 49ers from 2008-10

• Prior to joining NFL, worked in college coaching ranks for 10 years at San Jose State, Nevada, Cal Poly, Holy Cross and his alma mater, Arizona

• Walked on at Arizona and played from 1994-97 as a safety and special teamer
Walked on at Arizona and played from
1994-97 as a safety and special teamer
GREG AUSTIN
Assistant Offensive Line
1st year in Philadelphia

Served as a graduate assistant under Chip Kelly at Oregon (2011-12)

An offensive lineman at Nebraska (2003- 06), started 10 games at left guard in 2005

Garnered All-Big 12 Academic recognition (2004-05) and earned master’s degree in sports managment from Central Florida

BILL DAVIS • Defensive Coordinator • 1st year in Philadelphia •
BILL DAVIS
Defensive Coordinator
1st year in Philadelphia

Served as defensive coordinator of Arizona Cardinals (2009-10) and San Francisco 49ers (2005-06)

• Most recently was the linebackers coach in Cleveland under Pat Shurmur (2011-12)

• In 21-year NFL coaching career, worked under some of the game’s best defensive minds in Dom Capers, Bill Cowher, Vic Fangio, Dick LeBeau, Mike Nolan, Wade Phillips and Marvin Lewis

• Coached 8 Pro Bowlers: Keith Brooking, Darnell Dockett, Kevin Greene, Walt Harris, Lamar Lathon, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Antrel Rolle and Adrian Wilson

• His father, Bill, Sr., spent 13 seasons in NFL as coach and executive including two stints in Philadelphia. He was the Eagles VP of Player Personnel from 1988-89

JERRY AZZINARO Defensive Line/Asst. Head Coach 1st year in Philadelphia •
JERRY AZZINARO
Defensive Line/Asst. Head Coach
1st year in Philadelphia

Worked as the defensive line coach for Oregon (2009-12)

• Helped two-time All-Pac 12 honoree Dion Jordan, the 3rd pick in 2013 draft by Miami

• Tutored Eagles DE Vinny Curry at Marshall and DE Dwight Freeney at Syracuse

• Was defensive coordinator at Duke (2004- 06), UMass (1994, 1997) and at his alma
• Was defensive coordinator at Duke (2004-
06), UMass (1994, 1997) and at his alma
mater, American International (1987-91)
BOB BICKNELL
Wide Receivers
1st year in Philadelphia

Spent six seasons as an assistant in NFL with Buffalo and Kansas City, tutoring Ste- vie Johnson in Buf. and Brian Waters in KC

• Coached 8 seasons in NFL Europe (1998- 2005) and helped his teams earn three World Bowl championships

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JOHN LOVETT RICK MINTER JEFF STOUTLAND Defensive Backs Inside Linebackers Offensive Line 1st year in
JOHN LOVETT
RICK MINTER
JEFF STOUTLAND
Defensive Backs
Inside Linebackers
Offensive Line
1st year in Philadelphia
1st year in Philadelphia
1st year in Philadelphia

A long-time college assistant coach, has been a defensive coordinator for Maine, Cincinnati, Auburn, Clemson, Bowling Green and Miami, FL

• Served as special teams coordinator at North Carolina from 2007-08

• Spent 2012 season as Texas Tech’s defen- sive backs coach

• Spent one season in NFL in 1984 as the NY Jets defensive quality control coach

• A linebacker at C.W. Post, was inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame in 2008

Served as Cincinnati’s head coach from 1994-2003 and had several future head coaches on his staff: John Harbaugh, Mike Tomlin, Rex Ryan, and Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher

• As the Bearcats head coach, ended their 40-year bowl drought and recruited cur- rent Eagles Trent Cole and Brent Celek

• Served as defensive coordinator at Ken- tucky (2011-12), Marshall (2008-09), Notre Dame (1992-93, 2005-07), South Carolina (2004) and Ball State (1985-91)

Coached one of the most dominant offen- sive lines in the nation at Alabama from 2011-12, including Chance Warmack (first round pick in 2013), D.J. Fluker (1st round) and Barrett Jones (4th round)

• Helped Crimson Tide to a National Cham- pionship victory over Notre Dame in 2012

• Also coached successful offensive lines at Miami, FL (2007-10), Michigan State (2000- 06), Syracuse (1999) and Cornell (1993-96)

• Began coaching career at his alma mater, Southern Connecticut State, in 1984.

• PRESS TAYLOR TODD LYGHT Worked with Eagles D-line coach Jerry Azzinaro at Marshall Offensive
PRESS TAYLOR
TODD LYGHT
Worked with Eagles D-line coach Jerry
Azzinaro at Marshall
Offensive Quality Control
Assistant Defensive Backs
JUSTIN PEELLE
1st year in Philadelphia
1st year in Philadelphia
Assistant Tight Ends
1st year in Philadelphia
A 12-year NFL cornerback with an All-Pro
selection, a Pro Bowl berth, a Super Bowl
ring and 37 career INTs on his resume
• Joined Eagles in 2013 after two seasons as
a graduate assistant/QBs coach at Tulsa
Played tight end for 10 seasons in NFL
with San Diego, Miami, Atlanta and San
Francisco. Caught 123 passes and 12 TDs
in 151 games
• Brother, Zac, is the quarterbacks coach of
the Miami Dolphins

• Played at Notre Dame (1987-90) and in NFL with Rams (1991-2000) and Lions (2001-02). Was a member of St. Louis Super Bowl XXXIV squad, who beat Titans

• Played on the Fighting Irish’s 1988 unde- feated National Championship squad

• Spent two seasons as a reserve QB at Mar- shall after transferring from Butler Com- munity College, where he led school to two Junior College championships (2007-08)

Drafted in 4th round in 2002 by Chargers from Oregon, where he finished with 70 ca- reer catches and 14 scores

TED WILLIAMS • Worked as coaching intern with Oregon from 2011-12 after serving as DBs
TED WILLIAMS
Worked as coaching intern with Oregon
from 2011-12 after serving as DBs coach
at Bishop Gorman HS in Nevada, who won
back-to-back state champions in 2009-10
• Was a four-time All-Pac 10 Academic
Team selection
Tight Ends
19th year in Philadelphia
DUCE STALEY
Running Backs
BILL McGOVERN
3rd year in Philadelphia
Outside Linebackers
1st year in Philadelphia
• Worked first two seasons in Philadelphia
as an assistant special teams coach, while
helping with the running backs
Served as Eagles RB coach from 1997-
2012 and tutored a 1,000-yard rusher eight
times (three by Staley, two by Brian
Westbrook and LeSean McCoy and one by
Ricky Watters)
Joined Eagles in 2013 after 12-year stint as
Boston College’s linebacker coach, includ-
ing last four as their defensive coordinator
Last worked as the Eagles tight ends
coach from 1995-96 under Ray Rhodes

• Helped guide two linebackers to ACC de- fensive player of the year honors: Mark Herzlich and Luke Kuechly, the latter of whom garnered the Bronco Nagurski Tro- phy as the nation’s top defensive player

• Also coached on the collegiate level at Pittsburgh, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and his alma mater, Holy Cross

• A four-year starter at defensive back at Holy Cross, was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 1996

• Gained 5,785 yards during his 10-year NFL career with Philadelphia (1997-2003) and Pittsburgh (2004-06)

• A 3rd round draft pick of Eagles in 1997, ranks 4th on team’s all-time rushing list. Is one of two Eagles to top the 200-yard rushing mark in a game (Steve Van Buren)

• Earned a Super Bowl championship ring with the Steelers in 2005

• His Eagle teammates voted him offensive MVP three times (1998, ‘99, and 2002)

• Under his tutelage, McCoy developed into an All-Pro player in 2011 with 1,309 rushing yards and team-record 20 total touchdowns (17 on the ground)

• In 2009, Leonard Weaver became 2nd Eagle FB ever to earn Pro Bowl honors

• A basketball and baseball star at Centennial High School in Compton, CA, earned a place in the Cal Poly-Pomona University baseball Hall of Fame

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EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATION

SPORTS SCIENCE TEAM

Jeffrey Lurie

 

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Don Smolenski

 

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Josh Hingst

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Christina Weiss Lurie Frank Gumienny

 

.President Eagles Youth Partnership, Eagles Social Responsibility

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Shaun Huls

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Ari Roitman

 

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Anne Gordon

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Keith Gray

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Aileen Daly

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Joseph O’Pella

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Jason Miller

 

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Tina D'Orazio

 

.Personal Assistant to Owner .Executive Assistant to the Chairman/CEO & Owner

Frank Brady, D.C. Lee Cohen, D.P.M.

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Tara Sutphen

Liz Gubanich

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Mitch Fineman, M.D.

 

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Katy Moroz

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Samantha Allgood

 

Edward Litman, D.D.S. Scott Silverman, D.M.D.

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.Dental Consultant

Gary Richardson

 

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.Assistant to the SVP of Media and Communications .Driver/Office Assistant

 
 

ACCOUNTING

FOOTBALL OPERATIONS

 

Greg McDonald

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