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Al Nisour agrees to coach Nick Siriani's terms and hires Jonathan Gannon as the new Defense Coordinator

Al Nisour agrees to coach Nick Siriani’s terms and hires Jonathan Gannon as the new Defense Coordinator

After Siriani to Philadelphia, Jonathan Gannon will be the New Eagles’ defense coordinator, sources told Rapoport and Tom Bellisero of the NFL Network. Gannon worked with Sirianni in Indianapolis as the Colts’ defensive back coach.

Bellicero adds that the Eagles have also agreed to terms with Colts’ assistant Kevin Patolo as the offensive pass game coordinator, according to the source. Regarding the position of Eagles’ attack coordinator, Rapoport reported that the team is interviewing Broncos back coach Curtis Modkins and CF coordinator Shane State on Sunday, according to the source.

With the emergence of the new Eagles Training crew, contract trainers are still studying their options. Longtime Eagles’ assistant Duce Staley has requested his release from his contract, according to a report by NFL’s Mike Jaravolo. According to Garavolo, Stally has few teams interested in his coaching services. Staley will meet owner Geoffrey Lowry and move on from there.

Siriani returns to Philadelphia after spending the last three seasons in Indianapolis under Frank Reich, who followed Siriani to Colts from the Eagles when Reich was hired away from Philadelphia in 2018. The 39-year-old brings over a decade of coaching experience The NFL Offensive to the Eagles, who recently directed the Colts attack to the top 10 yards per game (9th in every game, and 11th in passing yards per game) in 2020 as part of a team that reached beyond the season with a card frenzy Anchorage.

Siriani orchestrated a lucky attack to operate with a star attack line, linking it to the second lowest number of sacks allowed at 21, part of a larger trend in which Colts has allowed the second lowest sacks since 2018, Syriani’s first year in Indianapolis. Before his arrival – which coincided with Indianapolis’ pick of goalkeeper Quinton Nelson – the Colts had allowed the most sacks in the league, with 56 surrendering in 2017.

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Siriani’s attack also provided a perfect setting for veteran midfielder Philip Rivers for improvement in his final season in Indianapolis. Al-Rivers threw nine fewer interceptions under Seriani than he had in his previous season, as he enjoyed an 8.5-point pedestrian rating increase from 2019 to 2020. He was fired 15 times fewer times in his long campaign with Colts than he was in his last season with chargers. Get 11 less gifts.

Such an improvement from Carson Wentz would work wonders for the Eagles and assuage the fears of their enthusiastic fanbase, which had been hit by terrible attacking performances for much of the season, as Wintz struggled behind a broken offensive line. Their troubles left Wentz seated, and eventually Doug Pederson terminated.

Siriani returns to Philadelphia to replace the man under his supervision, helping the Eagles race to win the 2017 Super Bowl LII title. If his Indianapolis production moves to Philadelphia, then one can expect a fantastic season of running back Miles Sanders, who will be the lead in Syriac attack. In 2020, Sirianni crime saw a rookie Jonathan Taylor It blew up in the second half of the season, ending with 1,468 yard brawls in 15 matches, and is the third-oldest Colts rookie in the franchise’s history.

Siriani began his career at Mount Union in the third division as a defensive coach before climbing the coaching ladder to its new climax. Should his eagles embody the winning ways of the Purple Raiders, Philadelphia would be delighted with the franchise’s decision to select him as their new head coach for years to come.