New Eagles Head Coach Nick Sirianni is rounding out his coaching staff by adding one of the top college football coaches as the team's new Quarterback's Coach: Florida Offensive Coordinator Brian Johnson has informed Florida officials that he has agreed to join the Eagles Coaching Staff.

Johnson has been coaching in College Football for the last decade, establishing himself as one of the hottest young coaches in the sport.  After four years coaching at Utah, he joined Mississippi State where he coached up Dak Prescott to break numerous school Passing Records on his way to becoming an NFL Draft prospect.  Johnson has most recently been the Offensive Coordinator at the University of Houston (2017) along with a Quarterbacks Coach and Offensive Coordinator with the Florida Gators (2018-2020) where he has been the man behind developing star Quarterbacks D'Eriq King in Houston and Kyle Trask at Florida

Before informing the University of Florida he was leaving to join the Philadelphia Eagles coaching staff, he recently interviewed for the Head Coaching job openings at both South Carolina and Boise State.  Prior to becoming one of the fast rising coaches in FBS College Football, Johnson had a prolific career as the starting Quarterback at the University of Utah, culminating in an undefeated 2008 season as Utah rose to Number Two ranking after a 31-17 dominating win over Nick Saban's Alabama in the Sugar Bowl.

Johnson, 33 years old, joins an Philadelphia Eagles coaching staff that is very young in age compared to other NFL staffs now with Shane Steichen as Offensive Coordinator (35) and Kevin Patulo as Passing Game Coordinator (39).

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