Frank Reich has landed a new head coaching position.

The Carolina Panthers hired the former Indianapolis Colts coach, who was fired during the 2022 season, as he becomes the first offensive-minded coach in franchise history.

After a stint in Buffalo as the backup (who led the Bills to what was at the time the biggest comeback in NFL history), he went to Carolina in 1995 as the first starting quarterback in franchise history.

He also won a Super Bowl ring as offensive coordinator with the Eagles in 2017, and spent the last 5 years as head coach of the Colts, with a record of 40-33-1. He’s coached quarterbacks from Peyton Manning to Philip Rivers to Andrew Luck.

Reich’s first order of business will be to bring stability to the offense and quarterback position after years of turnover.