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From Oregon to UCLA: How Chip Kelly Rebuilt His Coaching Career

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Who is Chip Kelly?

American Football coach Charles Edward ‘Chip’ Kelly was born in Dover, New Hampshire USA, on 25 November 1963, making Sagittarius his zodiac sign. He’s today the head coach of the University of California, Los Angeles’ Bruins, having gained recognition when he coached the University of Oregon’s Ducks from 2009 through 2012, and led them to four consecutive Bowl Championship Series (BCS) finals, winning the 2011 BCS National Championship Game. This success lead Chip to spend four years coaching in the National Football League (NFL).

Education and early life

Chip was raised in Dover alongside his brother Kevin Kelly, by their father Paul and mother Jean; not many details have been disclosed about Chip’s family, because he respects their privacy, while it’s believed that his brother’s also into sports.

Chip studied at Manchester Central High School and was mostly into playing sports during his time there; he was on his school’s basketball and ice hockey teams, and also enjoyed playing football and baseball with his peers.

He matriculated in 1982, and then found work to financially support himself; it was in 1986 that he chose to enroll at University of New Hampshire, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education in 1990. Chip played football during his four years at the university, mostly in the defensive back position.

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Career as a football coach

Chip launched his career as a coach straight out of college, as he was hired to work as a secondary and special teams coach at Columbia University.

In 1991, he was promoted to the Columbia varsity team’s strong safeties and outside linebackers coach, and the following year saw him become the running backs coach at the University of New Hampshire, where he stayed for only a year, as he joined Johns Hopkins University as their defensive coordinator in 1993. He returned to New Hampshire after a year, and coached their running backs in 1994, ‘95 and ‘96, while he spent the 1997 and ‘98 seasons as their offensive line coach.

From 1999 through 2006, Chip worked as the New Hampshire Wildcats’ offensive coordinator, and the year 2004 saw them break 29 offensive school records, while their best season was the 2005, when the Wildcats finished fifth nationally in passing, third in scoring, and second in total offense, while they won 11 of their 13 games. That year, the magazine “American Football Monthly” named Chip amongst ‘college football’s hottest coaches’, while the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston named him College Assistant Coach of the Year.

He joined the Oregon Ducks in 2007 and became their head coach in 2010, and they reached the Rose Bowl in the same year; Chip was their head coach for four seasons, and led them to BCS games in each of these: the 2011 BCS National Championship Game, the 2012 Rose Bowl and the 2013 Fiesta Bowl. He gained a lot of attention after not losing a single game during those four seasons to ‘the Ducks most hated rivals’ the Washington Huskies and the Oregon State Beavers. Chip won numerous accolades in 2010, as he was named Associated Press Coach of the Year, American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Coach of the Year and Sporting News Coach of the Year.

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It was on 16 January 2013 that Chip became the head coach of the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles; the team had finished the 2012 season 4-12, and then under Chip’s guidance, the Eagles had a 10-6 record in the 2013 season, winning the NFC Eastern Division Championship. The Eagles finished the 2014 season with the same record 10-6.

Chip was fired by the Eagles on 29 December 2015, but on 14 January 2016 signed a contract with the San Francisco 49ers of NFL; he served as their head coach for the 2016 season, and lost 13 games in a row, so was fired after the season’s end.

He began working for ESPN as their studio analyst on 26 May 2017, and has since 25 November 2017 been working as head football coach at University of California, Los Angeles. Chip and the Los Angeles’ Bruins had a rough 2018 season, winning only three of their 12 games, and they only recovered in 2022, winning their first five games of the season; Chip then signed a two-year extension of the contract, which runs through 2027.

Personal life

Chip doesn’t speak about his personal life in interviews, but it’s known that he was married to non-celebrity American Jennifer Jenkins from 1992 through 1999, and that they don’t have children together. It’s widely believed that it was Jennifer wanting kids that led to their divorce, as Chip preferred to focus on his career, but this hasn’t been confirmed.

Chip hasn’t mentioned other women whom he’s maybe been with, he seems to be unattached as of April 2023, was married to Jennifer Jenkins, and doesn’t have children.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Two books have been published about Chip, both authored by Mark Saltvelt: the first “Lessons from America’s Most Innovative Coach Chip Kelly” was published in 2013, and the second “Controlled Chaos: Chip Kelly’s Football Revolution” in 2015.

Back in 2009, a fan of the Oregon Ducks wrote a letter to the team, demanding to be reimbursed for $439 that he spent to travel to their game, which they lost to the Boise State Broncos 19-8; the game ended when the Ducks’ player LeGarrette Blount punched a Broncos’ player for taunting him. Chip sent a personal check to the fan, who then returned it and thanked Chip for responding, stating that he had copied the check, wanting to frame it on his wall.

Chip’s a fan of famous American actor Robert Downey Jr, and some of his favorite movies include “The Judge”, “Due Date” and “Zodiac”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Chip’s age is 59. He has brown eyes and grey hair, is 6ft (1.83m) tall and weighs around 220lbs (100kgs).

Chip’s net worth’s been estimated at over $25 million, as of April 2023.

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What happened to Nia Jax from WWE? Nia Jax’s Journey to WWE

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Who is Nia Jax?

American professional wrestler Savelina Fanene, better known by her ring name Nia Jax, was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on 29 May 1984, making Gemini her zodiac sign. She’s perhaps known best for the time she spent wrestling in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), during which she and Shayna Baszler won the Women’s Tag Team Championship twice, while Nia was also a one-time Raw Women’s Champion.

Education and early life

Nia was raised alongside her brothers Patrick and Benjamin in Honolulu, Hawaii, by their parents Renate and Joseph Fanene, as the family moved there from Sydney not long after Nia was born. She’s the cousin of famous American actor and former professional wrestler Dwayne Douglas ‘The Rock’ Johnson, as her father is related to Dwayne’s grandfather Peter Maivia, the late Samoan-American actor and professional wrestler.

The family eventually moved to San Diego, California, where Nia studied at Carlsbad High School; she was interested in several activities during her time there, including playing soccer and tennis, dancing, and appearing in school plays.

Nia matriculated in 2002 and then enrolled at Palomar College, where she was a member of its basketball team; she eventually transferred to California State University, San Marcos, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in marketing in 2005.

Nia spent the following nine years working as a plus-size model, prior to becoming a professional wrestler.

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Nia’s career

Nia signed a contract with WWE in January 2014, and was to wrestle in their promotion NXT; she trained at the WWE Performance Center and made her debut in a tag team match on 7 May 2015, when she and Devin Taylor lost to Carmella and Bayley. She initially wrestled under the ring name Zada, changing it to Nia Jax in August 2015.

Nia had her first singles match on 14 October 2015, when she defeated Evie; she then went on a winning strike, defeating even NXT Diva Carmella, and her fans saw her turn villainous. She and Eva Marie formed an alliance in November, while Nia then began feuding with Bayley; the two women faced each other at NXT Women’s Championship, with Bayley defeating Nia. She lost to Bayley again on 20 July 2016, and to Asuka at the NXT Women’s Championship on 28 December 2016.

It was in July 2016 that Nia began wrestling in WWE’s promotion Raw, and lost to Alicia Fox on 25 September. She began feuding with her mentor Sasha Banks in December, and Nia defeated her on 29 January 2017, while Sasha defeated Nia on 5 March 2017.

She and WWE Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore were placed in an on-screen relationship on 4 December 2017, but soon ended when Enzo’s contract with WWE expired in January 2018. In January and February, Nia feuded with then-undefeated Asuka, and lost to her on 25 February at Elimination Chamber, as well as again on Raw a week later.

Nia became the Raw Women’s Champion on 8 April 2018, after defeating Alexa Bliss who had previously been her best friend; the two began feuding after Alexa body shamed Nia. She defeated Alexa again on 6 May to retain her title, but lost it to her on 17 June.

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Nia suffered a minor injury in August, and didn’t wrestle again until 17 September, when she and Ember Moon teamed up to defeat Mickie James and Alicia Fox. Nia lost to Rousey for the Raw Women’s Champion title on 16 December.

She became the first woman to compete in two Royal Rumbles on the same night on 27 January 2019. Nia suffered a serious injury in April, and had to undergo surgery to repair tears in both her knees’ anterior cruciate ligaments; it took her a year to recover.

She made her return on 6 April 2020, when she defeated Deonna Purrazzo, while she then won against Charlotte Flair on 25 May; Nia then challenged Asuka for the Raw Women’s Champion title, but lost. She and Shayna Baszler became the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions in August, after defeating Sasha Banks and Bayley, but they then lost the title to Charlotte Flair and Asuka; they became WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions again on 31 January 2021, by defeating Charlotte and Asuka, but lost the title to Tamina and Natalya on 14 May.

In October 2021, Nia asked WWE for some time off to take care of her mental health, but was instead released from her contract a month later; she signed a new contract with WWE in January 2023.

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Love life and marriage

Nia prefers to keep the details of her love life away from the media’s attention, and hasn’t confirmed any of the rumors which are today circulating the internet, and which concern her past and present relationships.

It’s believed that she’s today in a relationship with American TV host and ring announcer Austin Michael ‘Mike’ Rome, as some of their fans claimed to have seen them spending time together on multiple occasions, but no evidence has been provided to support these claims.

It’s also believed that Nia had previously dated American professional wrestlers Josh Woods and Luke Gallows, as well as Eva Marie, but none of this has been confirmed.

Nia seems to be unattached as of April 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Nia and her cousin Ata Maivia-Johnson were hit by a drunk driver on 2 August 2014, but luckily suffered no serious injuries.

She was nicknamed “The Irresistible Force” by WWE fans.

Nia’s signature move is her Samoan drop finisher ‘Annihilator’.

She’s often criticized for being an ‘unsafe worker’, as she accidently punched Becky Lynch in the face in November 2018, breaking her nose, while Kairi Sane suffered a cut on her head while wrestling Nia in May 2020.

She’s followed by close to two million people on Instagram, and has uploaded over 1,300 pictures onto the network; most of Nia’s content features her during her everyday life, while she nowadays enjoys showing her fans how much weight she’s lost.

Nia’s favorite singer is Beyonce.

Her favorite actress is Angela Bassett, while some of her favorite movies include “Otherhood”, “Akeelah and the Bee” and “Betty and Coretta”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Nia’s age is 38. She has brown eyes and hair, is 6ft (1.83m) tall and weighs around 200lbs (90kgs), which is a drop from 270lbs (123kgs) in three years.

Nia’s net worth’s been estimated at over $400,000, as of April 2023.

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How is Steve McMichael going today? Health Update, Net Worth

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Who is Steve McMichael?

American former professional Football player and wrestler Stephen Douglas McMichael was born in Houston, Texas USA, on 17 October 1957, making Libra his zodiac sign. He played for three teams in the National Football League (NFL); the Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears and New England Patriots, and in January 1986 won Super Bowl XX with the Bears. Steve’s also known for his career as a wrestler; he was signed to World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and was a member of the stable Four Horsemen.

Steve was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in April 2021, and in the same month revealed that he would no longer be making any public appearances; the late American Football Player Tunch Ilkin had revealed that he was suffering from ALS half a year earlier, and he died from ALS-caused complications on 4 September 2021. The disease effects muscle control, and is eventually fatal.

Education and early life

Steve was raised alongside his siblings John Richard, Kathy and Sharon in Houston, solely by their mother as their parents divorced before Steve turned two; his mother later married oil company executive E. V. McMichael.

The family moved to Freer, Texas after Steve’s mother married her second husband, and he studied at Freer High School; it was during his four years there that he became passionate about football, while Steve also played five other sports: golf, tennis, track, baseball and basketball. He was an avid baseball player, and both the Cincinnati Reds and the St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball (MLB) were interested in him.

Steve matriculated in 1976 and was offered scholarships by more than 70 institutions, while he chose to enroll at the University of Texas, Austin. He was on their Longhorns football team from 1976 through 1979 and was during his final year named to the first-team All-American, while he was also named the 1979 Hula Bowl’s Defensive Most Valuable Player (MVP).

Steve graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1979.

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Steve’s football career

Steve was drafted by the New England Patriots in 1980, but was cut after only a single season; the following year saw him sign with the Chicago Bears as a free agent, and he started 101 games in a row by 1990, when the head coach reduced his playing time. The 1986 and 1987 seasons each saw Steve named to the Pro Bowl.

He remained with the Bears until 1994, when he signed a one-year contract with the Green Bay Packers; he retired from professional football in 1995.

Career as a wrestler

Steve was hired by WCW to work as their color commentator in 1995, and it was in the following year that he began wrestling for the promotion.

American professional wrestler Ric Flair began flirting with Steve’s then-wife Debra at ringside in April 1996, and this led Steve and his partner Kevin Greene to challenge Arn Anderson and Ric; he was trained by Randy Savage, and together with Kevin won the match.

He became a member of Four Horsemen during the above mentioned match, and with them feuded with the professional wrestling stable Dungeon of Doom; Steve became the WCW US Heavyweight Champion in July 1997 by defeating Jarrett for the title, but he dropped it in the following match.

Steve lost to William Scott Goldberg in November 1997, who also stole his Super Bowl ring; he reclaimed the ring after hitting Goldberg with a pipe several weeks later. In February 1998, Steve wrestled The British Bulldog and suffered a broken hand; his final appearance was in an episode of “Nitro” on 8 February 1999.

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Other work

Steve was a guest singer during the 2001 baseball game between the Colorado Rockies and the Chicago Cubs, singing the song “Take Me Out to the Ball Game”.

He once co-hosted a Chicago Bears pre-game show, and was from 2007 through 2013 the head coach of the Chicago Slaughter competing in the Indoor Football League.

Steve became interested in politics in the second half of the 2000s, and on 16 August 2012, revealed that he was planning to run for mayor of Romeoville, Illinois; he lost to John Noak by garnering just 39 percent of votes.

Love life and marriages

Steve’s married twice. His first wife was American retired professional wrestler and valet Debra Gale Marshall; they married in 1985 and divorced on 12 October 1998; she was known as Queen Debra while signed to WCW from 1995 through 1998, while she was then known simply as ‘Debra’ while signed to World Wrestling Federation (WWF) from 1998 through 2002.

Steve and his second wife, American non-celebrity woman Misty Davenport married on 24 March 2001, and she gave birth to their daughter Macy Dale McMichael on 22 January 2008; he had previously made a guest appearance in the talk-show “Waddle & Silvy Show”, revealing that he was going to become a father.

Steve’s yet to mention other women whom he’s perhaps been with, he’s married to his second wife Misty Davenport as of May 2023, and has a daughter with her.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Steve and former professional Football Players Otis Wilson and Dan Hampton were once members of the rock ‘n’ roll band Chicago 6.

Even though he’s been staying away from media since his ALS diagnosis, his family’s still allowed for a number of pictures to be posted onto the internet, which feature Steve’s former teammates and wrestlers visiting him; this action has been criticized by many people because of Steve’s condition.

There’s a restaurant bearing his name in the southwest suburbs of Chicago.

Steve was into philanthropy during his entire career, and has donated large sums of money to charity organizations aiming to help underprivileged children.

His favorite actor’s Morgan Freeman, while some of Steve’s favorite movies include “Seven”, “Lean on Me” and “The Dark Knight”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Steve’s age is 65. He has brown hair and eyes, is 6ft 2ins (1.88m) tall and weighs about 270lbs (122kgs).

Steve’s net worth’s been estimated at over $3 million, as of May 2023.

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About Sterling Sharpe: A Story of Talent, Triumph and Tragedy

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Who is Sterling Sharpe?

Former professional American Football player Sterling Sharpe was born in Chicago, Illinois USA, on 6 April 1965, making Aries his zodiac sign. He’s remembered best for the time he spent playing for the Green Bay Packers of National Football League (NFL) as their wide receiver, although he had begun attracting attention while playing college football.

Sterling had a promising career in football, however, a serious neck injury forced him to stop playing.

Education and early life

Sterling was raised alongside his younger brother Shannon Sharpe in Glennville, Georgia by their mother Mary Alice Dixon and father Pete Sharpe, however, not a lot is known about Pete and Mary because their sons respect their privacy. Shannon was once a professional Football Player; he played most of his 14 seasons with the Denver Broncos of NFL, winning three Super Bowls with them, and was selected for eight Pro Bowls; he’s today rated one of the best tight ends in the history of football.

Sterling became interested in football while attending Glennville High School, and his brother Shannon mostly became interested in the sport because he looked up to him. Sterling played three positions while at Glennville: linebacker, quarterback and running back – he also played basketball and was on the school’s track team.

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He matriculated in 1983, and then enrolled at the University of South Carolina, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in 1987; Sterling set various football records while attending the university, including for receptions (169) and receiving yards (2,497), while his record for career touchdowns (17) has since been broken. Sterling’s record for single-season receiving touchdowns (11) was broken by American former professional Football Player Sidney R. Rice in 2005.

Upon graduation, Sterling’s No. 2 jersey was retired by the University of South Carolina; his coach and mentor William ‘Tank’ Black quit coaching the South Carolina’s Gamecocks so that he could work as Sterling’s manager.

Career as a professional Football Player

Sterling was the seventh overall pick in the 1988 NFL Draft, selected by the Green Bay Packers. His skills immediately impacted the team, as Sterling started all 16 games and caught 55 passes; he numbered 90 receptions in his second year with the Packers, more than any other player in the league.

The Packers welcomed new quarterback Brett Favre in 1992, and he and Sterling teamed up and became the best passing duo in the NFL; Sterling numbered 107 receptions in the season, which broke the NFL’s previous record set in 1984 by American former professional Football Player James Arthur ‘Art’ Monk. Also in 1992, Sterling held the season’s record for receptions, receiving touchdowns and receiving yards, thus becoming the fifth player in the history of the sport to win the ‘Triple Crown’, while three more players have since achieved the feat.

The year 1993 saw Sterling have 112 receptions, breaking his former personal record, and the following year saw him with 18 touchdown receptions, the second-most in NFL history, as Jerry Rice performed 22 in 1987. Sterling caught four touchdown passes in a single game on 24 October 1993, becoming the first to achieve this since Don Hutson in 1945.

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Sterling’s career ended abruptly in 1994, as he suffered a neck injury and had to quit playing football; the Packers went on to win the 1996 Super Bowl. Shannon gave his brother Sterling the three Super Bowls rings that he won, thus thanking him for his influence.

Since his retirement, Sterling’s been working for the NFL Network as their analyst.

Most popular YouTube videos

Although not active on YouTube, Sterling’s still quite popular on the video sharing service because many users have uploaded video featuring him onto their channels, in some of which he can be seen playing football and giving interviews. We’re going to cover three most popular videos amongst these, which’ve contributed to his popular on the internet.

His #1 video “NFL Brothers Shannon & Sterling Sharpe | EPISODE 1 | CLUB SHAY SHAY” was uploaded by Club Shay Shay on 22 September 2020, and has since been watched close to three million times; it features Shannon interviewing Sterling for his show.

Sterling’s second most popular video “No one meant more to Shannon Sharpe throughout his career than his brother Sterling” was uploaded by New Heights on 13 April 2023, and has since been watched more than 500,000 times, while it’s amassed over 30,000 likes; it features Shannon speaking about how much Sterling meant for his career.

His #3 video “Shannon Sharpe Gave His Brother His Super Bowl Ring” was uploaded by SHOWTIME Basketball on 21 September 2022, and has since been viewed nearly 500,000 times, while it numbers nearly 30,000 likes; it features Shannon talking about giving Sterling his Super Bowl ring.

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Love life and daughter

Sterling avoids sharing the details of his love life with his fans, and thus not a lot about it is known.

One thing that’s widely known is that Sterling’s daughter Sommer was born in November 1993, and that she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and mass communication in 2016, however, the name of Sommer’s mother remains undisclosed, and it’s widely believed that she and Sterling split when Sommer was still a baby. He was still highly involved in Sommer’s upbringing, and is still today close to his daughter.

Sterling’s yet to mention other women whom he’s dated, he seems to be unattached as of April 2023, hasn’t married, but has a daughter from a previous relationship.

Interesting facts and hobbies

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Sterling has an Instagram account, but has posted only three pictures onto it, and only a few over 120 people are following him on the social media network.

He’s still a huge fan of NFL and his work’s still related to it, while Sterling also often travelled around the US to watch his brother play.

He was physically highly active during his career, and besides football also had five to six training sessions at the gym every week, however, Sterling stopped going to the gym following his neck injury.

He’s a philanthropist, and has donated money to a number of charity organizations.

Sterling’s a lover of animals, and his favorites are parrots.

His favorite actor is Morgan Freeman, while some of Sterling’s favorite films include “The Shawshank Redemption”, “Yes Man” and “Invictus”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Sterling’s age is 58. He has brown eyes and is bald, his height’s 6ft (1.83m) and he weighs around 210lbs (94kgs).

Sterling’s net worth’s been estimated at over $2 million, as of April 2023, and his brother Shannon’s at more than $14 million.

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