Frank Reich reportedly has five-year deal to become Colts coach

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The Colts interviewed a few candidates for the job following McDaniels' decision to pass on the opportunity and return to the New England Patriots.

Nothing is official yet until the Colts announce it but it seems they are putting the final touches on a deal that will make Reich the new head coach.

NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports the Colts hired Frank Reich as their head coach on a five-year deal. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen, Reich will end up being the guy in Indianapolis to lead the Colts.

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Reich worked with the Colts as their QB coach when Peyton Manning was there. Since retiring as a coach he has spent time on the staff of the Colts, Cardinals and Chargers in addition to working the last two years for the Eagles. Reich is best known as Jim Kelly's backup with the Buffalo Bills.

Reich got his start in coaching with the Colts, serving as an offensive assistant in 2008. He's a quality hire and was a big part of the Eagles offensive success in 2017.

Offensive coordinator Frank Reich of the Philadelphia Eagles speaks to the media during Super Bowl LII media availability on January 31, 2018 at Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota. Eagles coach Doug Pederson calls the plays but Reich was instrumental in orchestrating the offense too.