‘My career is going nowhere’: Former Eagles coach on retiring, his family, his life in Philadelphia


“My career’s going nowhere, and my family’s not doing well,” Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly said.

“I don’t know what’s going to happen with me.

It’s like, what am I doing?

I’m just trying to stay positive.”

Kelly, the only former Eagles coach to win at least two Super Bowl titles, said he and his family will continue to work through their challenges.

“We’re going to have a great life, we’re going, we are going to be a family, we will be a great family, but it’s tough because my family is going through some tough times,” he said.

“I think that’s what it’s about, right?

And you don’t have to say anything, you just keep trying to do the best you can and keep trying, you know, just stay positive and keep your faith in God.”

Kelly and his wife, Gisele Bundchen, had two children together, Kourtney and Cole.

He said his mother died last year, a couple of years after he was diagnosed with a rare and incurable form of cancer.

“It’s like you’re a kid that’s growing up and then you start getting older and you see something different, and you start to understand,” he explained.

You know, my daughter’s going through a lot, but I don’t think she’ll ever say anything about that,” Kelly said of his daughter. “

He said his daughter has never had any issues in her health, although he said she’s always been able to “catch up.””

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