Pete Carroll, who has final say over personnel with Seattle, believes the Eagles will be "very dangerous" with Chip Kelly having that same power.
The Eagles stayed in house to fill their front office vacancy, promoting Ed Marynowitz — pronounced MAN-oh-witz — to VP of player personnel.
With Ed Marynowitz's promotion, Chip Kelly and the Eagles took a big step toward creating the type of front-office harmony needed to succeed.
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