Chiefs promote Childress, Nagy to co-offensive coordinators
KANSAS CITY (AP) — The Chiefs have promoted Brad Childress and Matt Nagy to co-offensive coordinators, where they will replace new Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson.
Childress had been the spread game analyst and special projects coach the past three years, while Nagy was in charge of quarterbacks. Childress also spent five seasons as head coach in Minnesota.
Both assistants have lengthy histories with Chiefs coach Andy Reid.
Childress spent seven seasons with him in Philadelphia, coaching quarterbacks for three years and the final four as offensive coordinator. Nagy was an offensive quality control coach in Philadelphia and followed Reid to Kansas City prior to the 2013 season.