Kevin Patullo enters his third year as the Philadelphia Eagles' passing game coordinator after originally joining the team in 2021. He took on the added title of associate head coach during the 2023 offseason. In 2022, when the Eagles produced a 14-3 record en route to a Super Bowl LVII appearance, Patullo aided a passing attack that ranked second in the league in receiving average (12.1). He also aided the growth of quarterback Jalen Hurts, who placed second in Associated Press NFL MVP voting after finishing second in touchdown-to-interception ratio (3.67) and third in both passer rating (101.5) and yards per attempt (8.0).
Additionally, Patullo helped wide receiver A.J. Brown eclipse a 38-year team record with a career-high 1,496 receiving yards. DeVonta Smith also registered the most receptions (95) ever by an Eagles wide receiver.
During his first season in Philadelphia in 2021, Patullo contributed to Hurts becoming just the eighth quarterback in NFL history to register 3,000 passing yards (3,144) and 750 rushing yards (784) in a season. He saw Smith establish an Eagles rookie record for receiving yards (916) as well.
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.
In 2020, Patullo was a key contributor to the Colts' offensive success. Indianapolis gave up the second-fewest sacks (21, tied) and third-fewest giveaways (15) in the NFL and ranked ninth in passing yards per attempt (7.6). Quarterback Philip Rivers also produced the eighth-highest completion percentage (68.0 pct.) and 10th-most passing yards (4,169) in the league.
During his first season with Indianapolis in 2018, Patullo supported an offense that averaged the sixth-most passing yards per game (278.8) in the NFL. Under his guidance, wide receiver T.Y. Hilton amassed 1,270 yards and six touchdowns on 76 receptions, including 916 yards over the final nine weeks of the regular season (114.6 yards per game).