The Arizona Cardinals announced on Wednesday that wide receiver coach John McNulty has shifted gears to become the team's new quarterback coach, while hiring Frank Reich from the Inidanapolis Colts to be their new wide receivers coach.
McNulty enters his fourth season on the Arizona Cardinals' staff, but will be his first season coaching quarterbacks, spending the other three in his former position. The 10-year NFL assistant previously coached quarterbacks at Rutgers University as offensive coordinator. He also spent time wide receivers and offensive quality control coach with the Jacksonville Jaguars (1998-2002) and wide receivers coach with the Dallas Cowboys (2003) as well.
As for Reich, he comes to the Cardinals after six seasons with Indianapolis, including the 2011-12 season where he was their wide receiver coach. He began his coaching career with the Colts as an intern in 2006-07 before becoming an offensive staff assistant in 2008, then QB coach from 2009-10.
Reich sepnt 14 years in the NFL as a quarterback with the Buffalo Bills (1985-94), Carolina Panthers (1995), New York Jets (1996) and Detroit Lions (1997-98).
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