The Indianapolis Colts made a significant change this week after they introduced that Matt Ryan will now not be their beginning quarterback. Some questioned if head coach Frank Reich might discover himself on the new seat subsequent, but it surely doesn’t sound like that’s going to occur — no less than within the close to future.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported on Sunday that he was advised by a number of sources that Reich’s job is “secure.”
Reich, 60, has been the top coach in Indianapolis since 2018. He signed an extension previous to final season, and his present contract runs by means of 2026. Even with the Ryan commerce not understanding, the Colts are nonetheless 3-3-1 this season. They have been 9-8 final 12 months and got here only one sport shy of reaching the postseason with Carson Wentz at quarterback.
The Colts will now flip to second-year quarterback Sam Ehlinger, who has but to throw a cross in an NFL sport. Reich isn’t precisely being positioned in a great scenario, so it could not be truthful for Jim Irsay and common supervisor Chris Ballard to put a lot blame on him if the staff struggles the remainder of the way in which.