Nick Sirianni Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Net Worth, Eagles, Coach

Nick Sirianni is an American football coach best known for coaching NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles. He is also known for serving Indianapolis Colts as an offensive coordinator.

Nick Sirianni Biography

Nick Sirianni (full name – Nicholas John Sirianni) is an American football coach who is best known for coaching NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles. He is also known for serving Indianapolis Colts as an offensive coordinator for 2 years (2018-2020). Additionally, he is known for serving Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers as an assistant coach.

When coming to his education, he is a proud 1999 graduate of Southwestern Central High School in West Ellicott, New York. He is also a graduate of the University of Mount Union. During his spare time, he likes rooting for the Pittsburgh Steelers, a team he grew up cheering on.

Nick Sirianni Age

Sirianni is 41 years old as of 2022. He was born on June 15, 1981, in Jamestown, New York, United States. He celebrates his birthday on the 15th of June every year.

Nick Sirianni Height

Sirianni stands at an approximate height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m).

Nick Sirianni Personal Life

Nick Sirianni Family

Sirianni was born to Amy Sirianni (mother) and Fran Sirianni (late father). His dad worked as the head coach at Southwestern Central High School in West Ellicott, N.Y. Sirianni grew up alongside his 2 brothers: Jay Sirianni and Mike Sirianni (older). Jay is a former head coach of Southwestern Central High School.

Mike Sirianni Brother (Mike Sirianni)

Sirianni’s older brother Mike Sirianni is an American former football player. He has been a football coach at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania, since the year 2003. He is a proud grad of Mount Union College where he was an assistant coach for teams that won 2 NCAA Division III national titles. Mike is 50 years old as of 2022 having been born on March 22, 1972.

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Nick Sirianni Photo

Nick Sirianni Wife

Sirianni is married to Brett Ashley Cantwell (former school teacher). They tied the knot on June 22, 2013, at a wedding ceremony held at Schweitzer United Methodist Church in Kansas City, MO. The duo first met when Sirianni was working for the Kansas City Chiefs. They had their engagement in the year 2012. Brett is 36 years old as of 2022 having been born on August 26, 1986, in Springfield, Missouri.

Nick Sirianni Children

Sirianni and his wife Bent Ashley Cantwell take great pride in being mom and dad to their 3 kids: Taylor (daughter), Jacob (son), and Miles (son). He likes spending his spare time with his kids and wife. Sirianni and his family live in Moorestown, Burlington County, New Jersey.

Nick Sirianni Net Worth

Sirianni has an annual estimated net worth ranging from $3 Million to $5 Million, which he earns through his career as a football coach.

Nick Sirianni Career

Nick Sirianni College Career

Sirianni started his coaching career at the University of Mount Union where he was the defensive backs coach. After one season passed, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania hired Sirianni to coach receivers for 3 seasons.

Nick Sirianni Kansas City Chiefs

In the year 2009, Sirianni was introduced to the National Football League (NFL) after being interviewed by Todd Haley (the Chiefs’ head coach). He was ultimately hired as the offensive quality control coach of the Chicago Bears, where Todd was a wide receivers coach. There he was under coach Romeo Crennel and after some time, he earned a promotion to wide receivers coach in Romeo’s only season as the Kansas City Chiefs head coach. However, he wasn’t retained under Andy Reid (the new head coach).

Nick Sirianni Indianapolis Colts

In the year 2018, Sirianni was hired by Indianapolis Colts head coach “Reich” as an offensive coordinator. He became a close friend of Reich who made the choice to call the Indianapolis Colts’ plays instead of delegating the responsibility to him, unlike some head coaches. Sirianni served the team for 3 years and over the course, he had various starting quarterbacks every year. He worked with Philip Rivers, Jacoby Brissett, and Andrew Luck. The team made the playoffs 2 times and completed twelfth, tenth, and nineteenth in offensive a measure of offensive success. DVOA.

Nick Sirianni San Diego Chargers

In the year 2013, Sirianni joined the San Diego Chargers. This was when Mike McCoy was the head coach of the team. In the subsequent year, Sirianni became the coach of the San Diego Chargers’ quarterbacks, where he worked with Frank Reich (offensive coordinator) and Philip Rivers (quarterback). He began serving as the wide receivers coach in the year 2016.

Nick Sirianni Philadelphia Eagles

Sirianni began serving the Philadelphia Eagles as the head coach on January 24, 2021. He replaced Doug Pederson who just got fired. After 2 months, the team traded Carson Wentz (quarterback) to Indianapolis Colts, leaving Jalen Hurts (former second-round pick) as the presumed starter. Sirianni assembled a young staff of coaches such as Shane Steichen (offensive coordinator) and Jonathan Gannon (defensive coordinator), who had worked with him earlier. Regardless of Doug Pederson being fired, Sirianni retained Jeff Stoutland (veteran offensive line coach).

Nick Sirianni Bruce Arians Handshake

In the year 2022, Bruce Arians (Buccaneers coach) walked out slowly to midfield after Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Philadelphia Eagles (31-15) (couched by Sirianni) in the 2022 NFL playoffs Sunday’s wild-card round. Bruce limped while moving to the midfield as a result of an Achilles injury. He also wanted to meet his counterpart Sirianni for the postgame handshake “as usual” but it happened to be that Sirianni was nowhere to be seen! – he did not show up to greet Bruce. This drew much attention on social media.

Nick Sirianni Sick / COVID-19

Sirianni tested positive for coronavirus in the year 2021 and this made him clear the National Football League’s testing protocol and return to the NovaCare Complex. He however got vaccinated and got into isolation, and after some time he recovered. Apparently, Sirianni has never been diagnosed with any other disease. There will be an update as soon as any information about his sickness is available in the limelight.

Nick Sirianni Press Conference

In January 2023, Sirianni sat down at his postgame press conference with his kids. In the conference, his daughter Taylor went viral – a new star of the show! She did her best impression of her dad Sirianni, finishing with a series of hand gestures, as her dad discussed the game and the success of his team. The reaction of Taylor to getting caught in the act after her dad had to switch from his coach role to his dad role and do his best to get his daughter to stop, was utterly priceless!

Also, Taylor and her siblings looked uninterested in hearing their dad’s topic about football. They were bored to the fact that they actually tried to egg each other on before daddy nipped any further antics in the bud. All of these behaviors went viral and fans began making jokes out of them.

Nick Sirianni Mic’d Up

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