Report: Colts’ Kevin Patullo joining Nick Sirianni’s staff with Eagles

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Indianapolis Colts assistant Kevin Patullo is reportedly joining the Philadelphia Eagles staff under new head coach Nick Sirianni to be their offensive pass game coordinator.

It was to be expected that some assistants for the Colts would be following Sirianni to Philly. The Eagles agreed to terms with Colts defensive backs coach Jonathan Gannon to be their defensive coordinator, and now Patullo will be joining the offensive staff under Sirianni.

Patullo has been with the Colts since 2018. He was the wide receivers coach for two seasons (2018-2019) but then moved to be the Pass Game Specialist when the Colts hired Mike Groh to run the wide receiver room.

With Sirianni now the head coach of the Eagles, it should be expected that more assistants may follow him in order to move their careers forward.

The Colts have a lot of spots to fill on their roster and coaching staff this offseason, and it wouldn’t be a surprise if a few more assistants made their way to Philly to compete in the NFC East under Sirianni.

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