Marcus Brady was hired as the Philadelphia Eagles' senior offensive assistant during the 2023 offseason. He comes to Philadelphia with 15 years of coaching experience, including six seasons working in the NFL.
Prior to joining the Eagles' staff, Brady spent five seasons with the Indianapolis Colts, serving as the offensive coordinator (2021-22), quarterbacks coach (2019-20) and assistant quarterbacks coach (2018). While he was at Indianapolis, Brady coached with Nick Sirianni, who was the Colts' offensive coordinator from 2018-20. He then replaced Sirianni in 2021.
In his first year as offensive coordinator, Brady directed Indianapolis to one of the top rushing attacks in the league, as the Colts finished second in the NFL in rushing yards per game (149.4) and yards per carry (5.1) and tied for the fifth-most rushing touchdowns (22). Under Brady's guidance, running back Jonathan Taylor received Associated Press first-team All-Pro recognition and was named to his first career Pro Bowl after leading the league with team records in rushing yards (1,811) and touchdowns (18).
In 2020, Brady guided Philip Rivers to the eighth-best completion percentage (68.0 pct.) and 10th-most passing yards (4,169) in the NFL as Indianapolis' quarterbacks coach. In 2018, while serving as the assistant quarterbacks coach, he helped Andrew Luck earn APNFL Comeback Player of the Year as well as Pro Bowl honors after throwing for the second-most passing touchdowns (39) and fifth-most passing yards (4,593) in the league.