Chip Kelly’s Secret Marriage Wasn’t a Secret, It’s Just that No One Asked

Photo Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
Photo Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Chip Kelly is a private guy. We know that, and it’s also the focus of NFL.com reporter Albert Breer piece on Kelly that went up today (which is a must-read). But he’s not actively hiding himself from people, he just doesn’t like the media and putting his personal stuff out there. He told Breer that it’s not like he was hiding that he was once married, it was simply that no one ever asked about it:

“She’s awesome,” Kelly said of ex-wife Jennifer Jenkins. “She’s a good person. And I was married for a while. And I never tried to hide that — it was in the University of New Hampshire media guide, just like it always was. And I was never asked the question before. No one ever said that, so I don’t know why it’s a revelation. Not a revelation to me. Everybody in my life — my family, my parents, her family, my girlfriend now — they all know what my life is all about. I’m not a People Magazine or an US Magazine guy.”

Quick, everyone ask Chip any possible question you can think of. It’s the only way to get the truth.

Kyle: Imagine if his current girlfriend – this girlfriend? – found out that he was previously married by reading the Washington Post story.

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13 Responses

  1. Is this the National Enquirer now? Who gives an eff about Chip Kelly’s marriage. Everyone has forgotten about it. This site is a joke anymore.

    1. Maxie sweetie,the house needs cleaning,the clothes needs washing and the food needs cooking so off of social media and get back to performing your womanly duties.

      And finally Maxie sweetie you should hand wash my tighty whities,that works better at getting the brown skidmarks out.

  2. Kelly said he would marry again but she has to be really White. No hook-nosed moneylenders, no slanty-eyed dog eaters, and he certainly isn’t going to boom boom with no soul sisters.

  3. I’ll be your coach, I won’t be your friend. If you need one of those, take it up with Doc or Coach Patrick.

  4. There are holes in the Kelly story, unanswered questions and mystery that have grown his legend as much as anything. His middle name is absent from many public records, and even Mark Saltveit, who has written two biographies of Kelly, has had trouble accounting for a six-year period of Kelly’s life, between his final game as a college player at New Hampshire and his graduation from the school.

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