Morning Muse: Jeff Lurie talks on how Chip Kelly plans to take the Eagles ‘from good to great’

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Morning Muse Philadelphia Eagles headlinesAfter a crazy offseason thus far for the Eagles, Jeff Lurie broke his silence at the NFL owners meetings in Arizona on Tuesday. He covered a range of topics, including why Chip didn’t want LeSean McCoy and what led to the shakeup that left Howie Roseman without control of personnel.

Lots to cover, so let’s get to it.

A full transcript of Lurie’s remarks, for your reading pleasure. – philly.com

A few highlights from Lurie’s remarks, including this look at his comments that McCoy “wasn’t the style of runner that Chip prefers.” – CSNPhilly

Lurie finally provides insight into the intrigue that went down in the NovaCare as the new year dawned, helping to outline Chip’s vision of taking the Eagles “from good to great.” – Daily News

Rex Ryan revealed in Phoenix that he was “stunned” when the Bills were able to land LeSean McCoy. You weren’t the only one, bud. – Inquirer

Former Eagles LB Casey Matthews has signed with the Minnesota Vikings. He will be missed. I’m glad you can’t tell if I was able to keep a straight face while writing that. – CBS Philly

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