Brad Childress Named Chiefs OC: Latest Comments and Reaction

January 19, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Former Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress will be the offensive coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs next season, according to a Monday report from Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. Childress will take over for Doug Pederson, who was hired as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles this offseason.
Rapoport noted that Childress was a consultant for the Chiefs during the 2015 campaign.
Adam Teicher of ESPN.com said that the Chiefs “plan to split the offensive coordinator’s duties between Brad Childress and Matt Nagy, a source said. Details of how those duties will be split are still being determined.”
Both Nagy and Childress have been on coach Andy Reid’s staff since the lead man took over the Chiefs in 2013. Nagy was a quarterbacks coach, and Teicher provided more details for Childress’ role, noting he was “an offensive assistant with the title of spread game analyst and special projects.”
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