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Colts expected to name Parks Frazier as new offensive play-caller

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Interim Indianapolis Colts head coach Jeff Saturday made the decision to play.

NFL Network insiders Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero reported Tuesday that passing specialist/assistant quarterback coach Parks Frazier is expected to be named head of offensive play for the Colts starting this Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders. , according to sources briefed on the situation. .

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On the one hand, Frazier has the most experienced offensive coach left on the staff since the firing of Frank Reich on Monday and the firing of offensive coordinator Marcus Brady last week.

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On the other hand, Indy just handed over the keys to his offense to a 30-year-old player who has never called games or held positions above an assistant.

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Frazier was hired by Reich’s staff in 2018 as an assistant head coach, a position he held for two seasons helping with training plans, call lists and scripts. In 2020, he was promoted to offensive quality control coach. Frazier moved to the position of QB assistant coach in 2021 and added a passing specialist to his title in 2022.

In this tumultuous week for Indy, Frazier’s promotion to play-call was the last move from left field. One thing’s for sure, Frazier went from being an anonymous assistant to getting some camera time from CBS against the Raiders this coming Sunday.



Source: www.nfl.com

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