Colts to elevate Marcus Brady to hostile coordinator after Eagles recruit Nick Sirianni, per report

Brady has spent the last three seasons in Indianapolis

Three years after the Philadelphia Eagles lost their hostile organizer to the Indianapolis Colts, the last has lost its own OC to the City of Brotherly Love, with the Eagles on Thursday purportedly employing Nick Sirianni as their next head Coach. In the wake of Sirianni’s takeoff, notwithstanding, Colts coach Frank Reich won’t look outside the structure for his next top associate. As indicated by ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Indianapolis is set to advance quarterbacks mentor Marcus Brady to hostile facilitator for the 2021 season.

Recruited by Reich as a feature of the mentor’s unique staff in 2018, the 41-year-old Brady has spent the last two seasons filling in as the Colts’ QBs mentor, directing both Jacoby Brissett and Philip Rivers under focus. Presently, he’ll be entrusted with helping Reich with game arrangement, also enduring an offseason that figures to incorporate an intense upgrade at QB, with Rivers resigning. Since Reich has driven the Colts, he’s additionally filled in as the group’s play-guest, demonstrating Brady won’t have those obligations.

Undrafted out of Division II Cal State Northridge in 2002, Brady spent seven seasons as a quarterback in the Canadian Football League prior to starting his training vocation. A wide recipients mentor for the Montreal Alouettes from 2009-2011, he was elevated to hostile facilitator with the group in 2012, at that point spent the accompanying five seasons similarly situated with the Toronto Argonauts. Following one year as the Colts’ colleague QBs Coach in 2018, he was elevated to the lead QBs coach spot in 2019.