As expected, the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles coaching staff is getting heavily poached. 


Former quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo is now the new offensive coordinator of the Minnesota Vikings and running backs coach Duce Staley is also drawing attention.


Plenty of pieces will be moving around to try to maintain the perfect balance the team has achieved, but the Indianapolis Colts will be trying to get a piece of the pie after Josh McDaniels recently left them waiting at the altar


OC Frank Reich has been rumored to be the favorite right after the McDaniels debacle, and now it looks like the Colts are going in to lock it it. 

Reich has been with Philly since 2016 and has been coaching in the NFL since 2008 when he, coincidentally, was an Indianapolis offensive assistant. He worked with the franchise until 2011 before moving on to the Arizona Cardinals.


The fit would make plenty of sense, and we'd call it a lock but that would be foolish given the previous unfortunate events. 

Expect GM Chris Ballard to do away with verbal contracts or pen to paper. He'll be breaking out the marble and chisel to make sure this deal is done and official if it gets to that point.


Whatever it takes to lock it in.