By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On January 2nd, 2015 — almost exactly one year ago — Philadelphia Eagles Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Lurie announced that head coach Chip Kelly will oversee the team’s player personnel department.

While Kelly admitted at the time that, “this is not a one-man operation,” fans and media members began to commonly refer to Kelly as the Eagles’ general manager, as well as the coach.

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About a month later, Kelly named 30-year-old Ed Marynowitz as the team’s Vice President of player personnel.

“Again, I’m not the general manager,” Kelly told reporters on Monday. “So I don’t run our personnel department, I don’t — I’m not in charge of scouting. I didn’t tell our scouts where they’re going. Ed Marynowitz does a great job with that. The only difference I was in control of the 53-man roster and now I’m in charge of the 90-man roster.

“My job has never changed,” Kelly continued. “So to say I’m the head coach and general manager — I’m not the general manager. I don’t do anything — I don’t negotiate contracts, I don’t do any of that stuff. I just have a say who’s on the 90-man roster as opposed to the 53-man roster. But once the season starts, I always had control of the 53-man roster, so that hasn’t changed at all nor has there been anymore time devoted to any of that because that’s not the way it’s set up here.”

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94WIP’s Howard Eskin asked Kelly if he had final say on trades and free-agency.

“I have the say on 90-man roster, yes.”

“And that would be trades and free-agency?” Eskin reiterated.

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“That’s the 90-man roster. Yes. I mean, isn’t it?” Kelly said. “You can say whatever you want. I have control of the 90-man roster.”