After an expansive search to find the next Eagles head coach, the team is reportedly set on naming Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni as the 24th head coach in franchise history.
The Sirianni hire comes as a bit of a surprise, as he only has three years of coordinator experience. However, he has been coaching in the NFL for over 12 years. Here's a look at his coaching resume so far:
Mount Union defensive backs coach(2004–2005)
IUP wide receivers coach (2006–2008)
Kansas City Chiefs offensive quality control coach(2009)
Kansas City Chiefs assistant quarterbacks coach (2010)
Kansas City Chiefs offensive quality control coach (2011)
Kansas City Chiefs wide receivers coach (2012)
San Diego Chargers offensive quality control coach (2013)
San Diego Chargers quarterbacks coach (2014–2015)
San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers wide receivers coach (2016–2017)
Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator (2018-2020)
The 39-year-old will now be tasked with trying to turn Carson Wentz's career around, as that has been made as the apparent goal from the front office and ownership.
Now the next step is for Sirianni to add an offensive coordinator and defensive coordinator to his staff. The front office and ownership seem to want to have a say in that as well, which in this case could be beneficial since Sirianni is considered "inexperienced." There's a likelihood the team brings in some veteran coaches for both of those coordinator positions.