Chip Kelly's job search continues.
The beloved (sarcasm) former Eagles head coach reportedly interviewed for the Jaguars' offensive coordinator opening. However, on Wednesday night, Jacksonville announced it was retaining Nathaniel Hackett as its OC.
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"We are excited to announce Nathaniel Hackett as our offensive coordinator and he will immediately be tasked with installing and implementing our offense this offseason," Jaguars new head coach Doug Marrone said in a statement from the team. "I have had the pleasure of working with Nathaniel for seven consecutive seasons and know firsthand how knowledgeable and passionate he is about winning."
So, Kelly swung and miss twice on the Jaguars, as he reportedly interviewed for Jacksonville's head coaching job, as well.
"I'm not going to close the door on any opportunity, but I have to be very smart in what I do next," Kelly said, via CSNBayArea.com, two days after his firing as 49ers head coach. "I don't have to take anything, but I wouldn't rule anything out. I need to make sure that I'm in the right situation.
"I don't know what the future holds. I'll do my due diligence. I'm not going to coach just to coach."
Kelly's decline is staggering, even if you saw it coming.
Look at this NFL coaching history ...
With Eagles in 2013: 10-6, wild-card playoff berth
With Eagles in 2014: 10-6, missed playoffs
With Eagles in 2015: 6-9, fired before final regular-season game
With 49ers in 2016: 2-14, fired after regular season
Who knows what's next for the Chipper?