Nick Falls reached a deal with the Colt; Eagles showed interest: reports – NBC10 Philadelphia
The Eagles legend reunites with the old coach for the next stop originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia
Last week, reports revealed that Nick Falls was close before reunification with Frank Reich in Indianapolis.
Now it’s done.
Falls and Colt have agreed on a two-year deal, Mike Harafol of the NFL Network reported. In a sense, Falls is watching Carson Wreath again.
And the local Quarterback Factory has reportedly shown some interest.
The 33-year-old Falls was released this month by the Bears and has been a free agent ever since. He will be the main supporter of veteran Matt Ryan in Indianapolis. The Colts traded Ryan this offseason after they sent Wreath out of town just one season as their starting defender.
Falls and Reich were with the Eagles in 2016-17, and Reich was the co-ordinator of the offensive during the magical 2017 season, which ended when Fowles was MVP in the Super Bowl LII. Reich stepped down as head coach in India after the Super Cup.
After winning the MVP of the Super Cup, Falls again became the backup of Wences in 2018 and again led the Eagles to victory in the playoffs in 2018. But after the 2018 season, Falls ’career was insane. He signed a big deal with the Jaguars, but was in Jacksonville just one season before heading to Chicago for the last two seasons. The Chicago Falls had a record of 3-5.
The Colts will be False’s sixth different team in eight seasons. After his first stay at Philly Falls he was sold to Reims and then moved to Chiefs in 2016 before signing as a backup for the Eagles in 2017.
In the 11th week, the Eagles will meet the Falls and Colts in Indianapolis. In the 8th week, the Colts will also host Wentz and the Washington Commanders.
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