Frank Reich to be new Indianapolis Colts head coach

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Whether Reich is ready to be a head coach might be debatable.

Reich actually started his coaching career with the Colts in 2006 as an intern after a long career in the National Football League as a backup QB. 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. He left to become the wide receivers coach for the Arizona Cardinals for one year and in 2013 was hired by the Chargers as their quarterbacks coach before becoming the team's offensive coordinator the following year. "You take all the great resources that you have as far as the staff and our head coach, and you pile your ideas together and then you've got to narrow them down and that's what we do".

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Ballard interviewed Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier on Saturday. Mike Garafolo of NFL.com reported that Reich will sign a five-year deal and Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter of ESPN.com first reported that Reich was the favorite for the job.

Reich is best known as the Bills' longtime backup quarterback behind Jim Kelly, but has climbed the ladder in the coaching world since his first job with the Colts in 2006.

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The Eagles offense cruised through the playoffs despite having to turn to quarterback Nick Foles after Carson Wentz was injured. "He was a valuable member of our staff, and we have all benefited from working with him over the last two years", Eagles coach Doug Pederson said in a statement. Facing a lot of hard work and even quite a few dismissals, Reich's story goes to show what a difference a day makes.

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.

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