PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Bennie Logan was a guest on The Josh Innes Show on Wednesday following the firing of his head coach. Chip Kelly’s dismissal marks the first coaching change of Logan’s football career and now the Eagles nose tackle is shedding some light on the locker room dynamic after the move.

We were all shocked when the news came down on Tuesday afternoon and Logan was no different. “I kind of figured they would give him one more year,” Logan said.

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That thought is understandable when you consider the drastic changes that Kelly made. With control of the player personnel department, one would imagine that Jeffrey Lurie must have had a very high level of trust and confidence in Kelly.

Chip Kelly

PHILADELPHIA, PA – NOVEMBER 15: Head coach Chip Kelly of the Philadelphia Eagles looks on in the first quarter against the Miami Dolphins at Lincoln Financial Field on November 15, 2015 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)

One year with that much power has left Kelly out of a job and the Eagles with a team that looks drastically different compared to the way it looked before he came. Some of the best players from the pre-Kelly era are still thriving elsewhere in the league.

Like Logan, many of his teammates were reacting to the major news and Logan said many of them came together through text to air out their feelings. “We were all in a big group text, like 16 guys,” Logan said.

According to Logan, players including Fletcher Cox, Brandon Graham and Malcolm Jenkins were all in this group text.

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Logan admitted that there is a level of guilt that the players feel in light of the decision by their owner to remove their head coach. “Any guilt? Yeah, of course. At the end of the day he is a human being. Never want to see anybody fired…I wish him the best and wish him nothing but success.”

Several reports have come out following the firing saying that many players had an “it’s about time,” attitude toward the news. Logan admitted that there may indeed be some players in the locker room with that sentiment, but wasn’t afraid to call out any “Birds,” that may all of sudden feel comfortable chirping about Kelly.

“Coward move.” Logan said. “If anybody felt that way [anger toward Kelly] they could have come out and said it…we grown men.”

DeMarco Murray

PHILADELPHIA, PA – NOVEMBER 22: DeMarco Murray #29 of the Philadelphia Eagles runs the ball against Kwon Alexander #58 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the first half at Lincoln Financial Field on November 22, 2015 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

One player in particular that reportedly had issues with Kelly was DeMarco Murray. Reports indicate that Murray spoke with Lurie and said that he lost faith in his head coach.

Logan made it clear that that doesn’t sound like the teammate he knows.

“Murray is a hard worker,” Logan said. “I don’t think he lost faith in Chip. He goes about his business like a pro.”

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Logan’s biggest takeaway from the firing is what it means for him moving forward. His focus now: starting the process over from the beginning and earning a starting role for next season.