Eagles coach Chip Kelly is notorious for eschewing the punt and going for it on fourth down.

And yet the Eagles made a switch at the punter position Monday as they signed a two-time All-Pro player in Donnie Jones from the Houston Texans and released veteran Mat McBriar.

So if the Eagles do punt, they got someone who ranks fifth in NFL history in both gross (45.6 yards per punt) and net (39.0) punting average.

Jones said Kelly’s reputation doesn’t bother him, even if it means he might be standing on the sideline during a typical punting situation.

“I never really worry about how much I’m used or not,” he said. “Whenever I’m called upon, my goal is to go out and execute whatever situation we’re in (during) the game.

“All I can really worry about and control is to catch the ball, kick, and when I’m called upon to do the best job I can.”

Jones, 32, set a Texans’ team record last season — his only one with the team — with a gross average of 47.1 yards per punt and a gross of 40.1. Both were better than what the Eagles got from Chas Henry, who started the season, and McBriar, who replaced him after the second game.