A former player for Eagles head coach Chip Kelly back in Oregon, Josh Huff made an impact for his old college coach once again in the NFL.
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Philadelphia Eagles rookie WR/KR Josh Huff was a star for Chip Kelly back in their days at the University of Oregon together. In his second year as Eagles head coach, Kelly eventually drafted Huff in the third round of the 2014 NFL draft with the intention of making him an all-purpose threat. And the two of them got their wish in Week 12 against the Titans on this incredible play:
Yes, that’s Huff on the very first play of the game taking the opening kickoff 107 yards back for an Eagles TD – setting a team record for longest KR in franchise history in the process. Now THAT’S making an impact.