Just when the Eagles seemed to narrow their focus to Josh McDaniels, another name was added to their overall training search.
On Tuesday, Team Eagles will interview Colts Attack Coordinator Nick Siriani for their coaching position, according to ESPN’s Adam Shifter.
Siriani, 39, has been the attacking coordinator in Indianapolis since 2018. He joined the Colts team when Frank Reich, the former Eagles offensive coordinator, took over as coach in Indianapolis after McDaniels stepped down. Everything is connected!
Before Reich joined the Eagles in 2016, he was with the Chargers as a midfield coach in 2013 and attack coordinator in 2014-2015. Siriani has worked in chargers, too. He was a Quality Control Trainer in 2013 and replaced Reich as Quarterback Coach in 2014-15, working under his leadership.
After Reich was fired in 2016 and joining Team Eagles, Siriani stayed with Shipper and trained the receivers extensively for two years before reuniting with Reich in Indianapolis in 2018.
Sirianni has spent years coaching Pro Bowlers Philip Rivers eight times, both with the Chargers and now with the Colts.
In the three seasons under Reich and Siriani, the Colts ranked eighth in the NFL in terms of points scored, with an average of 25.9 points per game. And they have a crime of number 12, averaging 363.9 yards per game. The Colts have been in the qualifiers twice in three years.
Siriani began his coaching career at his alma mater, Mount Union, in 2004. He trained as a defensive back for two seasons before moving to the International Writing Federation in 2006. In 2009, he was appointed by Presidents as a Quality Control Coach and during his four seasons in Kansas City Cannes Also QBs assistant coach and reception coach.
Siriani will be the eighth known candidate to be interviewed for the position, after Joe Brady, Robert Saleh, Arthur Smith, Jerod Mayo, Dossi Staley, McDaniels and Todd Bowles. Al-Nsour also requested interviews with several others.
It has been more than a week since the Eagles drove Doug Pederson out. When they entered their training search, they were one of seven teams with major coaching positions. They are one of only two left, along with Texas.
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