The Eagles announced a finalized coaching staff joining Chip Kelly in Philadelphia next season.

A total of 21 head coaches have been hired to various coordinator, assistant and quality control roles, six of whom are accompanying Kelly from the University of Oregon.

As expected, two former Browns coaches are joining Kelly, Pat Schurmur will serve as the teams offensive coordinator, while former Browns LB coach Billy Davis has been hired as defensive coordinator.

Dave Fipp has been hired as the Eagles special teams coach, he previously was a special teams assistant in Miami.

Offensive position coaches are as follows: QB: Bill Lazor, RB: Duce Staley, WR: Bob Bicknell, TE: Ted Williams, OL: Jeff Stoutland.

Staley and Williams are the only two coaches on the staff that are hold overs from the Andy Reid era.

Defensive position coaches are as follows: DL Jerry Azzinaro, OLB: Bill McGovern, ILB: Rick Minter, and DB: John Lovett.

Five assistant position coaches have been added to the staff including: DL Eric Chinander, asst DB Todd Lyght, asst OL Greg Austin, asst TE Justin Peelle, asst ST Matt Harper.

Offensive and defensive quality control coaches have been added in Press Taylor and Mike Dawson respectively.

Josh Hingst has been hired as the strength and conditioning coach.

Perhaps most interesting, Kelly hired Shaun Huls as a sports science coordinator.

An introductory press conference is schedule for Monday afternoon.

Ryan Messick contributed to this report

--Pete Giordano