Sport Carson Wentz Sends Emotional Farewell to Frank Reich After He Took Colts Job

07:42  13 february  2018
07:42  13 february  2018 Source:   12up

Vikings hire Eagles QB coach John DeFilippo to run offense

  Vikings hire Eagles QB coach John DeFilippo to run offense The Minnesota Vikings have hired Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo as their offensive coordinator. DeFilippo replaces Pat Shurmur, who became head coach of the New York Giants. The 39-year-old DeFilippo spent two seasons with the Eagles after one year as offensive coordinator in Cleveland.

INDIANAPOLIS — Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich has agreed to a Ballard moved swiftly to get a hire made after the McDaniels fiasco. He interviewed Reich , New offense, which has been led by quarterbacks Carson Wentz and then Nick Foles, improve from 22nd to

During a press conference on Monday, offensive coordinator Frank Reich said that such offseason sessions didn’t go Wentz took ownership of his career in deciding to work with House. If Carson Wentz had just the league average in passes dropped, 50/50 balls won, and offensive penalties he

PHILADELPHIA, PA - DECEMBER 31: Injured quarterback Carson Wentz #11 (R) talks with Offensive Coordinator Frank Reich (L) before the game against the Dallas Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field on December 31, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.© Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images PHILADELPHIA, PA - DECEMBER 31: Injured quarterback Carson Wentz #11 (R) talks with Offensive Coordinator Frank Reich (L) before the game against the Dallas Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field on December 31, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. There's not much that can bring the Philadelphia Eagles back down to earth just yet with the confetti still falling and the team still flying high from its recent Super Bowl win.

But a deeper look into some of the coaching staff movement going down the past week could raise some sense of concern.

Former quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo is now the offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings and now former offensive coordinator Frank Reich is the head coach for the Indianapolis Colts. Those are two major players responsible for the Eagles offensive success last season, and players will notice both men's absence.

Report: Colts hope to hire Frank Reich as head coach, pending deal

  Report: Colts hope to hire Frank Reich as head coach, pending deal Indianapolis Colts are reportedly to hire Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich as the head coach pending a deal.The Colts reportedly hope to make Reich the new head coach once they have negotiated a signed and delivered contract, per ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen:

After saying that Wentz is “blazing his own trail,” Reich said he was reminded of a player he spent a lot of time watching from a front row seat during his I think Carson showed that, having played with Jim Kelly all of those years, a Hall of Fame quarterback, you don’t want those guys to take hits but it is the

Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz 's rookie season got off to a fast start as he played very well in three wins to open the year and raise expectations Send feedback. Add to Facebook. Follow on Twitter. On Tuesday, offensive coordinator Frank Reich said he believes the downturn has gotten to Wentz .

Especially Carson Wentz, who took time out Sunday morning to express his appreciation for his former coordinator.

With Reich and DeFilippo gone, the team will need to begin their plan of succession and promotions within the staff to counter the loses. Look for running backs coach Duce Staley to be a candidate for either position before 2018's season officially begins on March 14.

As for Wentz's response, it just shows how together this team is, and that chemistry alone was a big part as to why Philly were the ones left hoisting the Lombardi Trophy in February.

Andrew Luck Opens Up About Recovery Plan .
​There are four massive nuggets of pure gold in this story if you're a Colts fan. It wasn't supposed to be like this in Indianapolis. Going from Peyton Manning to Andrew Luck was supposed to be a breeze, but Jim Irsay settled initially for a ​bad coach and a bad GM, and ​Luck's health is now up in the air. The latest news around Luck is really good, so long as there are no setbacks. In a prerecorded interview, Andrew Luck says he's preparing to do heavier throwing and continues to strengthen the shoulder. "You can't skip steps." He says the rehab is going well and he is making legit progress.

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