Frank Reich to the Colts

The cost of doing business, after you win the Super Bowl, is that you may lose a coach or two.

Frank Reich agreed to a five-year deal to coach the Indianapolis Colts.

Reich did a magnificent job as the Eagles Offensive Coordinator for the last two seasons.

“Frank is a tremendous coach and very deserving of this opportunity. 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. “As good as he is as a leader and teacher, he’s an even better person. 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.”

Frank Reich is the second coach to leave the Eagles since the Super Bowl victory. Quarterback Coach John DeFilippo became the Vikings Offensive Coordinator last week. He replaced Pat Shurmer, who became head coach of the Giants.


Barry Bowe, America’s Best Crime Writer and the author of Born to Be Wild, also occasionally writes about sports.

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Written by Barry Bowe
Former sportswriter - first to put Timmy Duncan's name on the sports page.

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