It looks like Chip Kelly has already found a new team to run his wild system, hopefully without his personnel switches. And yes, it is another NFL team. The former Philadelphia Eagles coach was hired as the new head coach of the San Francisco 49's yesterday, just a couple of weeks after he was fired by the Eagles due to his lackluster 2015 season with a completely new team. The team went 6-9 and also failed to make it to the playoffs for a second season, dragging Kelly's all-time record down.
According to ESPN, Chip Kelly was hired by the San Francisco 49ers following the team's team's former head coach Jim Tomsula was fired after having a worse season than Kelly, ending with a 5-11 record. Kelly hopes to bring his quick-tempo office to the West Side, but with two mediocre seasons and a complete swap of players as the lead of personnel during his three-year venture with the Eagles, he has a lot to prove to both critics and the 49ers management soon.