PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Eagles shocked the football world on Tuesday night when they fired head coach Chip Kelly with just one game remaining in the season.

Kelly was one game away from finishing his third season with the Eagles when the move was announced and now the search will begin for a new head coach.

Below is the full announcement from Lurie on the decision to fire Chip Kelly:

“I have made a decision to release Chip Kelly this evening. I spent the last three seasons evaluating the many factors involved in our performance as a team. As I watched this season unfold, I determined that it was time to make a change. 

As we move forward, the search for a new head coach will begin and will be led by myself, Don Smolenski and Howie Roseman. To the extent that we are able, we will try to keep you informed as we go through this process. 

Pat Shurmur will be our interim coach for the Giants game Sunday. 

We have also released Ed Marynowitz, vice president of player personnel. Tom Donahoe, who has been our senior football advisor since 2012, will assume the role of senior director of player personnel. 

I am determined and excited to select a new coach to help us obtain our ultimate goal. 

Thank you for your consistent and enthusiastic support. It is always appreciated.”

The next coach will be the 22nd head coach in the history of the Philadelphia Eagles.