Former Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg will be making a return to Philadelphia as a member of Doug Pederson's coaching staff.
Mornhinweg was a member of Andy Reid's coaching staff from 2003-2012 and started as a senior assistant for one season, assistant head coach for two seasons, and then served as offensive coordinator from 2006-2012. He also was the head coach of the Detroit Lions for two seasons (2001-2002).
After Reid was fired in Philadelphia after the 2012 season, Mornhinweg served as offensive coordinator for the New York Jets from 2013-2014, and quarterbacks coach for the Baltimore Ravens from 2015-2016. He became an offensive coordinator again for three seasons for the Ravens from 2016-2018. After the 2018 season, he stepped away from football for one season.
Head coach Doug Pederson considers Mornhinweg a mentor, and he seems delighted to have him back on the Eagles coaching staff. Mornhinweg previously mentored quarterbacks such as Donovan McNabb, Jeff Garcia, Michael Vick, and Nick Foles during his time in the city of brotherly love. What the Eagles and the offensive coaching staff can benefit from having Mornhinweg back in Philly is that they can learn a lot from him when Doug Pederson has trouble with play calls or adjustments during games. Carson Wentz can learn from him as well since Mornhinweg is such an experienced offensive mind with past success with Eagles quarterbacks.