Chip Kelly might have his team looking leaner and meaner on the field in more ways than one. We already know that he is firmly dedicated to installing his “blur” offense from Oregon, but the first-year head coach has other principles he’s bringing to Philly.
Kelly, who took the Eagles’ head coaching gig in January, has modified every little detail inside the team’s training facility. And we mean every detail, down to the cafeteria. Gone are the days of junk-food, binge-eating lunch hours.
“Everything in the cafeteria has been re-made, and everyone in the organization from upper management to the staffers to the players are commenting on it,” ESPN’s Jeannine Edwards said Monday morning on SportsCenter. “You go in the cafeteria and you see nothing but healthy food choices because Chip Kelly believes elite athletes need optimal nutrition.”