Colts elevate Marcus Brady to offensive coordinator
The Indianapolis Colts promoted from within to fill their offensive coordinator opening, elevating Marcus Brady to replace Nick Sirianni, the team announced Monday.
Brady has been an assistant on head coach Frank Reich’s staff for three seasons, the past two as quarterbacks coach. Sirianni left to become the head coach in Philadelphia.
Brady becomes the fourth Black offensive coordinator in the league, joining new Lions OC Anthony Lynn, the Buccaneers’ Byron Leftwich and the Chiefs’ Eric Bieniemy.
Brady played (2002-08) and coached (2009-17) in the Canadian Football League, winning three Grey Cups as an assistant coach. He was the offensive coordinator for the Toronto Argonauts from 2013-17.
–Field Level Media