Frank Reich opted for family and ministry over football when his playing career ended. But the competitive drive could be put off for only so long.
“That sounds great,” Luck said, via Colts.com. The Colts’ new head coach has worked with Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Carson Wentz and Nick Foles, and Reich served as Jim Kelly’s backup with the Bills. “Going back to his playing days, he’s incredibly successful, and he’s been around some awesome quarterbacks,” Luck said.
Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Frank Reich say he told his agent he wasn't interested about hearing head coaching offers while he was focused on helping the Philadelphia Eagles in the playoffs.
While some of the euphoria emanating from Indiana may be a product of convincing fans that chicken salad has become the ultimate product of the events of the past 10 days, the hiring of Frank Reich following the jilting of the team by Josh McDaniels should be regarded as a lesson to every NFL team. […]
1. What do I keep thinking about with Reich? Twenty-five years ago, Reich, then the Bills’ backup quarterback, led the biggest comeback in NFL history—from 35–3 points down in the third quarter against the Oilers in the playoffs—and Buffalo beat Houston 41–38. Bills special-teamer Steve Tasker told me Reich looked precisely the same—on the sidelines […]
Frank Reich fielded several questions during his first press conference as the Colts head coach on Tuesday, including a couple about the status of quarterback Andrew Luck. Luck missed all of last season with a right shoulder injury and there have been questions about his readiness for the 2018 season. Reich said he’s met Luck […]
Indianapolis Colts new head coach Frank Reich talks with NFL Network's Tom Pelissero about his wild journey to take over the Colts.
The Colts on Tuesday introduced new coach Frank Reich to the media, an episode of fanfare coming less than a week after the team was jilted by Josh McDaniels. That incident certainly came up.
Things got interesting at Frank Reich’s first press conference with the Colts
Martin was issued a technical foul and spewed about the official after his team lost
Former Buffalo Bills head coach Marv Levy was effusive in his praise of new Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich. Via Mike Wells of ESPN.com, Levy spoke highly of the former Bills backup quarterback whom he spent nine years coaching in Buffalo. “I was pulling very hard for him to get the job,” Levy said.
The former Chargers OC joined the Colts over the weekend.