PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Eagles have released Head Coach Chip Kelly, who was just one game away from completing his third season at the team’s helm.

Kelly was hired in 2013, after Andy Reid was fired in 2013.  Kelly finished his tenure as Eagles coach with a 26-20 record.

PHILADELPHIA - JANUARY 07: Head coach Andy Reid of the Philadelphia Eagles shouts from the bench during their NFC Wildcard Playoff game against the New York Giants on January 7, 2007 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)

PHILADELPHIA – JANUARY 07: Head coach Andy Reid of the Philadelphia Eagles shouts from the bench during their NFC Wildcard Playoff game against the New York Giants on January 7, 2007 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)

Reid is the winningest head coach in the team’s history. He racked up a 130-93-1 record as head coach.

His 10 playoff wins in nine appearances are the most in team history and tied for 11th in league history. The Eagles earned trips to five NFC Championship Games and an appearance in Super Bowl XXXIX.

Here’s a look at the coaches of Eagles’ past, since Dick Vermeil, and their records before Reid came along:

1995-1998:
Ray Rhodes
Record: 30-36-1

Rhode’s was Eagles’ owner Jeffrey Lurie’s first hire.

Rhodes didn’t wow in the results category, but he did win a playoff game in the beginning of his tenure.

29 OCT 1995: PHILADELPHIA HEAD COACH RAY RHODES WATCHES FROM THE SIDELINE DURING THE EAGLES 20-9 VICTORY OVER THE ST. LOUIS RAMS AT VETERANS STADIUM IN PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. Mandatory Credit: KEN WHITE /ALLSPORT

October 1995: Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Ray Rhodes. Mandatory Credit: KEN WHITE /ALLSPORT

 

1991-1994
Rich Kotite
Record: 37-29-0

Richie Kotite was in place during the early years from ’91 to ’94 and won one playoff game in his second season. though many say he never really had a chance.

18 SEP 1994: PHILADELPHIA HEAD COACH RICH KOTITE DURING THE EAGLES 13-7 VICTORY OVER THE GREEN BAY PACKERS AT VETERANS STADIUM IN PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. Mandatory Credit: Doug Pensinger/ALLSPORT

September 1994: Phila. Head Coach Rich Kotite at Eagles/Green Bay game. Mandatory Credit: Doug Pensinger/ALLSPORT

 

1986-1990
Buddy Ryan
Record: 43-38-1

Ryan famously declared, “You’ve got a winner in this town,” and became a Philadelphia fan favorite, though he never won a single playoff game during his tenure.

August 6, 1989 Head coach Buddy Ryan in London. The Eagles defeated the Browns 17-13. (Photo by Pascal Rondeau/Getty Images)

August 6, 1989 Head coach Buddy Ryan in London. The Eagles defeated the Browns 17-13. (Photo by Pascal Rondeau/Getty Images)

 

1983-1985
Marion Campbell
Record: 17-29-1

Campbell, much like Kelly, was also fired with one game remaining in the season.

Marion Campbell as Head Coach of the Atlanta Falcons. Mandatory Credit: Allen Steele /Allsport

Marion Campbell as Head Coach of the Atlanta Falcons. Mandatory Credit: Allen Steele /Allsport

 

1976-1982
Dick Vermeil
Record: 57-51-0

Vermeil led the Birds to an NFC title and is known for taking big risks- including holding open, public tryouts.

That’s how Vince Papale, whose story morphed into the Hollywood blockbuster “Invincible”, was signed.

 Dick Vermeil arrives at the premiere of "Invincible" on August 23, 2006 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)

Dick Vermeil arrives at the premiere of “Invincible” on August 23, 2006 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)