Kevin Patullo

Passing Game Coordinator


Kevin Patullo enters his second year as the Philadelphia Eagles' passing game coordinator after joining the team during the 2021 offseason.

With the Eagles in 2021, Patullo assisted a passing attack that finished sixth in the league in receiving average (11.7) and yards after the catch per reception (5.7). He also helped develop Jalen Hurts, a first-time starter who became just the eighth quarterback in NFL history to register 3,000 passing yards (3,144) and 750 rushing yards (784) in a season. In addition, wide receiver DeVonta Smith established a franchise rookie record for receiving yards (916), while Dallas Goedert ranked first among the league's tight ends in receiving first-down percentage (75.0 pct.) and fifth in yards (830).

Prior to Philadelphia, Patullo spent three seasons with the Indianapolis Colts as a pass game specialist (2020) and wide receivers coach (2018-19), working on the same staff as Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni. CLICK HERE FOR FULL BIO