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Assistant Coaches Headed To Chiefs

Posted Jan 11, 2013

The Kansas City Chiefs began to fill out their coaching staff under Andy Reid on Friday. A number of former Eagles assistants are headed to the Midwest.

Here is a list of the former Eagles assistants who are joining Reid: Defensive line coach Tommy Brasher, strength and conditioning assistant Travis Crittenden, senior offensive assistant/wide receivers coach David Culley, statistical analytics coordinator Mike Frazier, assistant to the head coach Corey Matthaei, tight ends coach Tom Melvin, offensive quality control coach Matt Nagy, quarterbacks coach Doug Pederson and head strength and conditioning coach Barry Rubin.

Of those listed, the coaches who will have new roles include: Culley (assistant head coach/wide receivers), Matthaei (quality control), Nagy (quarterbacks) and Pederson (offensive coordinator).

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