Colts name Frank Reich head coach

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Eberflus originally agreed to join McDaniels' staff, but it was evident that he was more of Ballard's choice for the job as defensive coordinator, as the Colts prepare to make the transition to a 4-3 defense.

"We are extremely excited to announce Frank Reich as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts", Colts owner & CEO Jim Irsay said.

Reich retained his title until taking over as Indy's receivers' coach in 2011, then moving to Arizona in 2012, where he also coached receivers.

There was also Matt Nagy, the young up-and-coming head coach that the Colts interviewed before he made a decision to go to Chicago, and Mike Vrabel, who had been a coordinator for only one season and spent most of his playing career in New England. Eagles head coach Doug Pederson called the plays, but Reich had a significant role in putting together the game plan to help them average 27.9 points a game over the past two seasons, which is the fourth most in the National Football League in that span, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

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Reich has the challenge of coaching quarterback Andrew Luck, who missed the entire 2017 season due to a nagging shoulder injury, back to his form before the injury. Shortly after the Eagles won their first Super Bowl in franchise history, he was eventually hired as the head coach of the team that gave him his first coaching job, the Indianapolis Colts. Pederson released a statement Sunday afternoon. Despite losing starting quarterback Carson Wentz to a torn ACL in Week 14, Philadelphia managed to win five of its final six games with the last being the 41-33 win over the Patriots in Super Bowl LII.

"Frank is a tremendous coach and very deserving of this opportunity. We could not be more excited for him as he takes this next step in his career, and we wish him and his family all the best". In early 2016, he was hired as an offensive coordinator with the Philadelphia Eagles. "He's not going to skip a step".

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