Doug Pederson and Matt Nagy, who were on Andy Reids coaching staff with the Eagles, will rejoin Reid in Kansas City, league sources said.
Pederson, Reids quarterbacks coach in Philly, will serve as Chiefs offensive coordinator, and Nagy, a quality control coach, will be quarterbacks coach.
Pederson, Reids opening-day quarterback in 1999, his first year as Eagles head coach, retired after the 2004 season. He coached high school football for four years before joining Reids staff in 2009 as an offensive quality control coach. When Pat Shurmur left after the 2010 season to become head coach of the Browns, Pederson replaced him.
Nagy, a record-setting quarterback at Delaware who spent seven years in the Arena League, joined Reids staff in 2008 as a coaching intern and when Pederson was promoted from quality control to quarterbacks, Nagy replaced him as the offensive quality control specialist.
When the Eagles were suffering from some quarterback injuries during training camp in 2009, Nagy suited up for one practice as a quarterback before the NFL voided his contract, since he was still under contract with a team in the defunct Arena League.
Eugene Chung, who served under Reid as an offensive line assistant, is expected to become Reids offensive line coach in Kansas City, and one-time Eagle tailback Eric Bienemy, who also briefly served as a coaching intern under Reid with the Eagles, is expected to become running backs coach, although those moves are not yet etched in stone. Bienemy and Pederson were teammates on Reid's first Eagles team, in 1999.