Will Kelly Be the Anti-Reid in Philly?

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It may not be fair to compare Chip Kelly to Andy Reid. It's just inevitable.

Reid was here so long, and came so close to winning a Super Bowl so often, that we're bound to use him as a benchmark. That's why, while I was pondering Kelly's actions so far, Reid's infamous binder suddenly came to mind.

You remember: Way back in the previous century, Reid impressed the Eagles' brain trust with his comprehensive plan for success in the NFL. That plan was contained in a binder Reid had spent years putting together and revising, a notebook that was said to be at least six inches thick.

Kelly doesn't have a binder. That may seem minor, but it may tell us more about...

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