If you listened to the Eagles, Chip Kelly still wouldn't have his staff in place.

But another day has brought another assistant to the Eagles coaching staff.

According to CBS Sports report, University of Virginia offensive coordinator Bill Lazor is leaving Charlottesville to join Chip Kelly in Philadelphia.

The report does not mention in what capacity Lazor will be with the Eagles, but it will be on the offensive side of the ball. With Pat Schurmur reportedly the team's offensive coordinator and Lazor's experience with quarterbacks, that could be your answer.

Lazor has over eight years of NFL experience with stops in Buffalo, Atlanta, Washington and Seattle. Lazor coached the quarterbacks in Washington under Joe Gibbs and in Seattle under Mike Holmgren and Jim Mora.

Former Rutgers coach Greg Schiano had reportedly considered Lazor for the offensive coordinator job with the Bucs, but Lazor ultimately decided to stay with the Cavaliers.

Lazor joins a long list of unconfirmed hires by the Eagles, some with NFL coaching experience, some with none.

Expect Chip Kelly's complete coaching staff to be announced after Super Bowl Sunday.

--Pete Giordano