Philadelphia Eagles End Season on Positive Note

Before earning an MBA from Stanford University, Timothy (Tim) Shields was an associate with JP Morgan in New York. The Stanford graduate now leads portfolio and program management efforts for UBS in Chicago. Outside of his professional pursuits, Timothy Shields is avid sports fan and supports teams like the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Eagles recently played the last game of their 2014 season, and the team’s head coach, Chip Kelly, thanked the players prior to the game. In his address to the team, Kelly reflected that the players offered their all each time they played and were consistently receptive to their coaches’ instruction. The head coach noted that, despite a number of injuries during the season, his players stayed positive and committed to their teammates.

Although the team was ineligible for playoff participation, it finished the season with a 34-26 win against the New York Giants. Kelly stated that the win reflected the team’s persistent motivation and ability to overcome obstacles.

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