Chip Kelly has had a stellar start to his first NFL season.
And the Philadelphia Eagles head football coach is incredibly proud of his players, the team said Monday in a statement.
Kelly said in a conference call with reporters on Monday that the players are working hard and putting in the work every day to help each other and get better.
Kelly also said that the team has had success on the field.
The Eagles were 0-2 at home in the first two games, losing at New England and at Kansas City.
Kelly, who joined the Eagles from the Cleveland Browns last year, is a former NFL quarterback and offensive coordinator for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The teams meet Thursday in New Orleans.