The Eagles will have several assistant coaching jobs to fill once they hire a new head coach as Andy Reid took five Eagles assistants with him to Kansas City Friday.

That includes former University of Delaware quarterback Matt Nagy, who will be the Chiefs' quarterbacks coach after spending the previous two seasons as a quality control coach.

The other former Eagles assistants whom Reid hired were Doug Pederson, who was promoted from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator; wide receivers coach David Culley; defensive line coach Tommy Brasher; and tight ends coach Doug Melvin.

Brasher had served as Reid's defensive line coach from 1999-2005. He came out of retirement in December to replace Jim Washburn, whom Reid fired. Pederson was Reid's starting quarterback when he became the Eagles' coach in 1999 before being replaced by Donovan McNabb.