Carson Walch joined the Eagles coaching staff during the 2018 offseason and will work alongside wide receivers coach Gunter Brewer as the team's assistant wide receivers coach.
Prior to his return to the NFL, Walch spent two seasons with the Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) as offensive coordinator/receivers coach (2017) and receivers/passing game coordinator (2016). In 2015, Walch was an offensive consultant for the University of Minnesota.
From 2013-14, Walch served as an offensive quality control coach with the Chicago Bears, where he worked with Eagles offensive coordinator and former Bears wide receivers coach Mike Groh.
Walch also was a member of the Montreal Alouettes (CFL) coaching staff from 2010-12 (receivers coach, 2012; special teams assistant, 2010-11).
Before he began coaching professional football, Walch spent time at Winona State University (assistant head coach/offensive coordinator, 2007-09; wide receivers/passing game coordinator, 2000-02), University of St. Thomas (special teams coordinator/running backs coach, 2006) and Dakota State University (offensive coordinator, 2003-05).
Walch was an All-American, all-region and all-conference running back, receiver and return specialist for Winona State from 1996-99. In his final season, Walch was named a regional finalist for the Harlon Hill Award, which is earned by the top player in NCAA Division II football.
Walch has an undergraduate and master's degree in education from Winona State.