Chip Kelly, who spent the last two seasons as head coach for the Philadelphia Eagles, is reportedly heading to the Seattle Seahawks as the team’s new head coach.
The Seahawks reportedly announced their coaching search late Tuesday, with Kelly set to meet with the Seahawks’ owner, Peter Holt, and general manager, Tom Cable.
Kelly, whose teams have lost two of three in his first three seasons, was hired by the Eagles to replace Chip Kelly as their offensive coordinator in 2015.
Kelly was a head coach at the University of Florida under Urban Meyer, where he led the Gators to three national championships in the 1980s.
He went on to coach at Georgia State, Notre Dame, and the University in Ohio, before joining the Eagles in 2018.
Kelly had a successful career in college, winning two BCS national titles and guiding two national championship teams.