The Eagles officially named Rich Scangarello as the team's senior offensive assistant on February 6. Here is a snapshot of his career:
• Scangarello spent the 2019 season as the offensive coordinator and play-caller for the Denver Broncos. Drew Lock finished his first year in the league with a 4-1 record to match John Elway for the most wins by a rookie quarterback in franchise history.
• The Broncos' 2019 rookie class played the sixth-most snaps in the NFL. In addition to Lock's success, tight end Noah Fant had the most catches (40) and receiving yards (562) by a first-year tight end in team history.
• Scangarello is entering his sixth season as a coach in the NFL after 17 years at the collegiate level. He served as an offensive coordinator, passing game coordinator, or quarterbacks coach in 14 of those 17 seasons.
• Scangarello worked under 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan in San Francisco and in Atlanta. As the quarterbacks coach for the 49ers from 2017-18, Jimmy Garoppolo started eight of nine games and led the team to a 6-2 record during that span. He completed 65 percent of his pass attempts for 2,278 yards and 12 touchdowns.
• A native of Roseville, California, Scangarello began coaching in 1996 at his alma mater, Oakmont High School, after earning a degree in business administration from Sacramento State University. He was born on April 15, 1972.
• Scangarello went on to work as a grad assistant at Idaho in 2000 before becoming the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach at Carleton College. Scangarello returned to Idaho to serve as the quarterbacks coach from 2002-03 before he began a five-year tenure at UC-Davis, first working as the team's passing game coordinator/wide receivers coach from 2004-07 and then as the co-offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach in 2008.
• In addition to his early college coaching positions, Scangarello has also coached at Millsaps College (2010-11), Northern Arizona University (2012-14), and Wagner College (2016).