39 Facts About Frank Reich

1. Frank Reich had co-founded a retail business in the 90s that he started with friend Boomer Esiason and two others.

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2. Frank Reich was accepted to the University of Maryland on a football scholarship and played backup to Boomer Esiason the first few years.

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3. Frank Reich attended the Charlotte Campus of Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, North Carolina, [5] where he earned a Master of Divinity degree.

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4. Frank Reich switched to Wide Receivers Coach in 2011 but was dismissed when the entire coaching staff was released.

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5. Frank Reich is the first rookie coach in the AFC South to qualify for a playoff berth since Chuck Pagano.

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6. Frank Reich is the fourth consecutive coach hired by the Colts to have delivered the team a playoff berth in his first season.

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7. Frank Reich was an All-ACC selection in during his senior campaign and graduated from Maryland in 1984 with a business degree.

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8. Frank Reich played high school football at Cedar Crest High School and is one of five players from the Lancaster-Lebanon League to play in the Super Bowl.

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9. Frank Reich began his coaching career in 2006 as an intern for the Indianapolis Colts.

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10. Frank Reich began his coaching career as an intern with the Colts in 2006.

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11. Frank Reich fills a void left by Josh McDaniels, spurned the Colts to return to the Patriots as offensive coordinator.

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12. Frank Reich threw for 441 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in his only season in Carolina.

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13. Frank Reich started the first three games in the history of the Panthers franchise, losing all three.

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14. Frank Reich had a long playing career in the NFL, mostly as a backup quarterback.

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15. In 1985, Frank Reich drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the third round of the NFL Draft of that year.

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16. Frank Reich is an American football coach currently serving as the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League.

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17. Frank Reich surprised many when he parted ways with Dave DeGuglielmo last month after the Colts' line gave up an NFL-low 18 sacks and was arguably the league's best overall unit last season.

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18. Frank Reich served as president of RTS' Charlotte campus from 2003 to 2006.

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19. Frank Reich belongs to the Premier Speakers Bureau where his main topics are communication and teamwork.

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20. Frank Reich credits the song "In Christ Alone" by Michael English as his inspiration.

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21. Frank Reich is a motivational speaker utilizing the great comebacks and the importance of God as a main keynote of his speeches.

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22. Frank Reich was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 14th round of the 1956 NFL Draft, but did not play in the National Football League.

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23. On January 20, 2016, Frank Reich was hired as the offensive coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles, and would win Super Bowl LII with the team after the 2017 regular season.

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24. Frank Reich was hired by the San Diego Chargers along with Whisenhunt in 2013.

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25. Frank Reich was then the wide receivers coach for the Arizona Cardinals in 2012 under head coach Ken Whisenhunt, but Reich, Whisenhunt and other offensive coaches were dismissed on December 31, 2012.

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26. Frank Reich threw the first touchdown pass in franchise history to former Bills player Pete Metzelaars in Memorial Stadium in Clemson, as Bank of America Stadium was still under construction.

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27. Frank Reich had co-founded a retail business in the 1990s that he started with friend Boomer Esiason and two others.

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28. Frank Reich was a pastor at Ballantyne Presbyterian until he moved to Indianapolis.

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29. Frank Reich was the center of controversy after Indianapolis failed to convert a 4th and 4 on their own 43 and the Texans kicked the game-winning field goal, although he afterword said "I'll just address it now.

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30. On January 20, 2016, Frank Reich was hired as the offensive coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles, and would win Super Bowl LII with the team.

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31. Frank Reich was a coaching intern for the Indianapolis Colts from 2006 to 2007.

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32. In 1997, Frank Reich signed with the Detroit Lions, reuniting him with his coach at Maryland, Bobby Ross.

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33. Frank Reich was then signed by the New York Jets where he started for seven games in 1996.

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34. Frank Reich provided the Bills with two key wins, clinching them the AFC East title and home field advantage throughout the playoffs.

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35. Frank Reich got his first start when Kelly went down with a shoulder injury in 1989.

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36. Frank Reich was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the third round in the 1985 NFL Draft.

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37. Frank Reich was accepted to the University of Maryland on an athletic scholarship, and played for the Maryland Terrapins football team as backup to starter Boomer Esiason for three years.

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38. Frank Reich started on the football team for his last two years in high school.

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39. Frank Reich played college football at the University of Maryland and was chosen by the Buffalo Bills in the third round of the 1985 NFL draft; he played for the Carolina Panthers, New York Jets and Detroit Lions.

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