The Indianapolis Colts Have Their New Head Coach

NFL rumors: Duce Staley, Matt Rhule candidates to replace Frank Reich as Eagles OC

NFL rumors: Duce Staley, Matt Rhule candidates to replace Frank Reich as Eagles OC

Reich's hire ends a whirlwind coaching search for the Colts after New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels withdrew from an announced agreement become the team's head coach on Tuesday.

Frank Reich will reportedly be the Colts' next head coach.

Reich, 56, began his coaching career in Indianapolis when he served as an offensive coaching staff assistant for the Colts in 2008 before moving up to quarterbacks coach in 2009. The Eagles already lost quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo to the Vikings.

Frank Reich agreed to a five-year deal, a source informed of the talks between the sides told the website.

Albert Breer of the Monday Morning Quarterback would add that this will be the second offensive coach the Eagles will lose since winning Super Bowl LII.

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Frank has all the ingredients of a successful head coach: intelligence, innovation, character, organizational and leadership skills, and a commanding presence. "ESPN reported earlier he was the fave", he reported.

Like a lot of professional coaches, Reich started on the other side of the field, on the field. The following year, he rose to the position of quarterbacks coach, upon the retirement of Tony Dungy and Jim Caldwell's rise to his position, and becoming the wide receivers coach in 2011. Multiple assistant coaches signed contracts thinking they would work under McDaniels.

Luck did miss the entire 2017 season, but his absence should not have left that big of a hole in the team. I don't know if you know Andrew, but Andrew is not going to skip a step.

After McDaniels decided not to take the Colts job, Indianapolis' general manager Chris Ballard declared that their rivalry with the Patriots was "back on". I'm very proud of the kid - wouldn't want anybody else on our team.

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