The Philadelphia Eagles parted ways with long time head coach Andy Reid at the end of the season, and have wasted no time bringing in a new head coach.

Chip Kelly has left his job as head coach of the Oregon Ducks to pursue a career in the NFL. He has agreed to a deal with the Eagles, league sources told ESPN. Kelly was interviewed early for the position after Reid's exit.

In his four years as Oregon head coach, Kelly is 46-7, has three Pac-12 championships, and appeared in four straight BCS Bowl Games. Kelly's Ducks had a bid fro the national title two seasons ago, but lost to Auburn.