NFL referee Scott Green: 'No problem with Philadelphia Eagles offense'

Philadelphia Eagles new head coach Chip Kelly talks during a press conference on January 17, 2013
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NFL official Scott Green is confident that he and his colleagues will have no problem adjusting to the fast pace of the Philadelphia Eagles attack this season.

NFL official Scott Green is adamant that he and his colleagues won't have any problems with the pace of the Philadelphia Eagles' new-look offense.

New Eagles head coach Chip Kelly was renowned for moving his team at a rapid pace when he was in charge at college side Oregon, but the NFL official is confident that everyone involved in the game will be able to keep up.

"What I've seen over the last two days, we didn't have any problem," Green told Philly.com. "It didn't seem out of the ordinary, as far as the pace [is concerned]."

Kelly spent four seasons as head coach of Oregon before making the move to the NFL earlier this year.

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