Kelly has been reportedly involved in discussions with the Cleveland Browns and the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League in Phoenix, but apparently has left those discussions and decided to remain the coach of the Oregon Ducks.
Kelly's team won the 2013 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl on Thursday night by beating Kansas State Wildcats 35-17 at Univ. of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.
UPDATE (8:20 p.m. Pacific):
eDuck.com has now also confirmed the reports of Kelly staying.
Kelly to Stay According to Reports
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