KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - New Chiefs coach Andy Reid began filling out his staff Friday, hiring former Eagles quarterbacks coach Doug Pederson to be his offensive coordinator and longtime Jets assistant Bob Sutton as the defensive coordinator.
Pederson spent the past four seasons on Reid's staff in Philadelphia, while Sutton had stints as the Jets' defensive coordinator and was their assistant head coach this past season.
Reid, who was hired by the Chiefs last week, also announced that David Culley will serve as assistant head coach and work with the wide receivers. Matt Nagy will coach the quarterbacks, Eric Bieniemy the running backs and Tommy Brasher the defensive line.

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