"No. The NCAA has asked us about that since day one," he said. "They just asked us to respect the process, and we fully cooperated with them, and we'll continue if they need us to. They were the ones that asked us to do that. So I respect them and will continue to do that until they have a final resolution."
Kelly also was asked whether the NCAA probe had anything to do with his leaving Oregon for the Eagles in January.
"No. That had absolutely no impact on my decision to leave," he said.
The NCAA's investigation focuses on Oregon's recruiting practices under Kelly. A report from the Oregonian comes from 515 pages of documents released by the university Monday and addresses the issue of Oregon's making a payment to a Texas-based talent scout.
Kelly agreed to coach the Eagles after initially rebuffing the team's overture following the Ducks' Fiesta Bowl victory.
Peters full go
Jason Peters, who is coming back from a torn Achilles tendon, was a full participant at practice, which was closed to reporters.
"It's probably a good sign when you never looked over and said, 'Jeez, he doesn't look like he's himself right now," Kelly said. "He was moving around and looked really at home at left tackle."
Center Jason Kelce, who suffered a season-ending injury in September when he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, was able to participate during parts of Tuesday's practice, Kelly said.
Tight end Evan Moore and outside linebacker Chris McCoy did not participate. Kelly did not provide information on their injuries.
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