Frank Reich is making another comeback. The former Buffalo Bills quarterback has agreed to become the next coach of the Indianapolis Colts, the franchise with which he began his coaching career in 2006.
Reich made NFL history in 1993 when he led the greatest comeback in NFL history, backing up Jim Kelly to help bring the Bills back to the Super Bowl. A quarter century later, Reich coordinated a Philadelphia Eagles offense led by backup quarterback Nick Foles to a Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots.
The hiring means Buffalo won't need to replace defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, who reportedly interviewed with the Colts for the head coaching position.
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Eric Wood update: The retired (we think) center described his future as "on the wait and see" in his first public comments since his brief press conference two weeks ago.
Daboll adds to his staff: The Bills have hired Shea Tierney as an offensive assistant. He is the third member of the Alabama staff to join the Bills, along with offensive coordinator Brian Daboll and analyst William Vlachos.
Inside the Bills: Leonard Johnson hopes he's found a home in Buffalo. And the Bills ranked high on something called the "needy list."
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Sully's Mailbag: Unlike the stock market, the price of NFL quarterbacks continues to rise with no sign of a correction.
Mock Draft 1.0: Jay Skurski projects the Bills making a move up to No. 3 for quarterback.
Draft capital: The Bills have the sixth-most in 2018, according to Jimmy Johnson's value chart.