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Cardinals Interviewed Frank Reich on Tuesday

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On Tuesday, the Arizona Cardinals interviewed Frank Reich for their vacant head coaching position.

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The Indianapolis Colts fired Reich in early November; he had been the head coach since 2018. Reich compiles a record of 40-33-1, posting a .555 winning percentage. He helped lead the Colts to two playoff appearances.

Before joining the Colts, Reich was the offensive coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles for two seasons. In his time there, the Eagles won Super Bowl Lll. In 2014 and 2015, Reich was the offensive coordinator for the then-San Diego Chargers.

Reich spent with the Cardinals in 2012 as the wide receivers coach. He started with the Colts as a coaching intern in 2006 and was promoted an offensive coaching staff assistant in 2008. In 2009 Reich was promoted to quarterback coach from 2009-10 and coached receivers in 2011.

As an NFL coach, he has been around some great quarterbacks, including Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, and Andrew Luck.

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