Colts to hire Eagles Frank Reich as new head coach

Frank Reich

Frank Reich

Maryland interviewed Reich in the fall of 2015 for the head coaching job that eventually went to DJ Durkin. He was a member of the coaching staff from 2008-2011, first as an offensive assistant (2008), then quarterbacks coach ('09-'10) and finally as receivers coach ('11). The team announced it was "surprised and disappointed" when McDaniels told the Colts he was staying with the Patriots "after agreeing to contract terms" with Indianapolis.

Reich also served as the San Diego Chargers' offensive coordinator for two seasons after initially being hired as the team's quarterbacks coach in 2013. Moreover, Reich - who has limited play-calling experience after being a coordinator under Pederson and Mike McCoy - wasn't a part of Ballard's first round of interviewees. Five-year deal with the team has been agreed to and about to be finalized, source says. Reich was the hot name after the Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl. "ESPN reported earlier he was the fave", he reported. He helped develop Carson Wentz into a star and turn Nick Foles into a quality starting quarterback.

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Reich showed excellent moxie during the Eagles playoff run to the championship.

After McDaniels decided not to take the Colts job, Indianapolis' general manager Chris Ballard declared that their rivalry with the Patriots was "back on". The Eagles have also suffered two big losses to their staff since the Super Bowl.

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Reich would be returning to the team that gave him his National Football League start as a coach. Highly respected quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo left the Eagles to become the Minnesota Vikings' next offensive coordinator.

Frank Reich will be the new head coach for the Indianapolis Colts, reports 24-Hour News 8's Anthony Calhoun.

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The Colts might actually stumble into a better hire than originally thought.

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