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          === Kelly-led Eagles officially announce coaching staff ===
 
 Philadelphia,  PA  (Sports Network) -  Chip Kelly has officially assembled his
 first coaching staff in the NFL.
 
 The   new   Philadelphia  Eagles  head   coach  named  Pat  Shurmur  offensive
 coordinator,  Bill Davis  defensive coordinator  and Dave  Fipp special  teams
 coordinator.
 
 The rest of the staff looks like this: Greg Austin (assistant offensive line),
 Jerry  Azzinaro  (defensive line/assistant  head  coach),  Bob Bicknell  (wide
 receivers),  Erik Chinander (assistant defensive line), Mike Dawson (defensive
 quality control), Matt Harper (assistant special teams), Josh Hingst (strength
 and  conditioning),  Shaun  Huls  (sports  science  coordinator),  Bill  Lazor
 (quarterbacks), Todd Lyght (assistant defensive backs), Bill McGovern (outside
 linebackers), Rick Minter (inside linebackers), Justin Peelle (assistant tight
 ends),  Duce  Staley (running  backs), Jeff  Stoutland (offensive line), Press
 Taylor (offensive quality control), Ted Williams (tight ends).
 
 Kelly  was  introduced as the  21st head coach in  team history last month. He
 decided  to leave Oregon  after guiding the Ducks to a 46-7 mark over the past
 four years.
 
 Shurmur  heads back to  the place where he started his NFL coaching career. He
 was an assistant under Andy Reid for 10 seasons. He was the Eagles' tight ends
 coach  from 1999-2001  and quarterbacks  coach  until 2008.  Shurmur then  was
 offensive  coordinator for  the St. Louis Rams for two seasons before becoming
 the head coach of the Browns.
 
 The 47-year-old Shurmur went 9-23 in two seasons with Cleveland. He was fired,
 along with general manager Tom Heckert, following the 2012 season.
 
 One  of  Shurmur's first tasks will  be to work  with Kelly and figure out the
 situation  at  quarterback. Will the Eagles  keep Mike Vick or stick with Nick
 Foles?
 
 Shurmur's experience developing quarterbacks could be the reason Kelly brought
 him  to town.  He has  worked with  Donovan McNabb,  Sam Bradford  and Brandon
 Weeden.
 
 Marty  Mornhinweg was  Philadelphia's offensive coordinator for the past seven
 seasons. He took the same position with the New York Jets last month.
 
 Davis  brings  21 years  of NFL  coaching experience  to Philadelphia. He most
 recently served as the Browns' linebackers coach from 2011-12, where he helped
 mold  D'Qwell Jackson  into  one of  the most  productive  linebackers in  the
 league.
 
 The  47-year-old  Davis has held  two defensive  coordinator jobs in the past,
 first  with  the San  Francisco 49ers  from 2005-06 and  then with the Arizona
 Cardinals  from 2009-10. He first joined the NFL coaching ranks as a defensive
 quality control coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1992.
 
 Davis  will become  the fifth  defensive coordinator  in six  seasons for  the
 Eagles. Philadelphia went through Juan Castillo and Todd Bowles last season.
 
 Fipp  was the  assistant  special  teams coach  for  the  Miami Dolphins  from
 2011-12.  He  went to Miami after  a three-year stint as the assistant special
 teams coach for the San Francisco 49ers from 2008-10.
 
 The  38-year-old Fipp spent 10 years coaching in the college ranks at San Jose
 State  (2005-07),  Nevada (2004), Cal  Poly (2001-03), Arizona (2000) and Holy
 Cross (1998-99).
 
 One  of the nation's most respected offensive line coaches, Stoutland comes to
 Philadelphia  after serving  as  the University  of  Alabama's offensive  line
 coach. He helped the Crimson Tide win back-to-back BCS National Championships.
 
 In  2011,  his unit  allowed the  second-fewest sacks in  the SEC. Left tackle
 Barrett  Jones and  center William Vlachos were both named first team All-SEC.
 This  past season,  Stoutland's offensive  line featured  two first-team  All-
 Americans in Jones and Chance Warmack.
 
 Stoutland  will try  to turn  around the  offensive line  in Philly.  Injuries
 plagued  the  offensive line  for the  Eagles last  season, starting with left
 tackle Jason Peters' Achilles injury.
 
 02/08 15:03:48 ET