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Chip Kelly admits 'deep regret' after Philadelphia Eagles sacking

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Chip Kelly has spoken to the press for the first time since being relinquished of his role as Philadelphia Eagles head coach and he’s admitted he deeply regrets not having won a title with the franchise. The Eagles confirmed earlier this week that they would be sacking Kelly on the back of an average campaign - one wherein the team was unable to better its record from last year. Kelly said he would miss the Eagles very much and would continue to root for them. Moving on, Steve Smith has confirmed he will be returning to the Baltimore Ravens in 2016. The wide receiver suffered a bad Achilles tear in November and it was thought that he might retire. That, thankfully for Ravens fans, won’t be the case.

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