The Arizona Cardinals have made some moves within their coaching staff.
On Wednesday, the team announced that John McNulty has been moved from wide receivers coach to quarterbacks coach.
With that move, another body needed to slide into the vacated position. The Cardinals brought in former Bill, Panther, Jet and Lion, Frank Reich to fill that spot.
Reich comes to Arizona after spending the past six seasons with the Colts, including last season as their wide receivers coach.
Reich began his coaching career in Indianapolis as an intern in 2006-07, before becoming an offensive staff assistant in 2008, then quarterbacks coach from 2009-10.
Reich spent 14 years in the league with Buffalo, Carolina, New York and Detroit.
McNulty is heading into his fourth season as a member of the Cardinals staff. He was the wide receivers coach for his first three seasons, and now moves onto coaching the quarterbacks.
Prior to his time in Arizona, McNulty was the wide receivers and offensive quality control coach with the Jaguars from 1998-2002. He also coached wide receivers in Dallas in 2003. He joined the Rutgers staff in 2004, where he coached quarterbacks, along with serving as their offensive coordinator.