Former Eagles quarterback Mike Kafka reportedly is reuniting with Andy Reid, the coach who drafted him into the NFL.

Kafka was a fourth-round pick by Reid's Eagles in 2010 out of Northwestern. He spent most of that year inactive, then was called to action in 2011 when Vince Young and Michael Vick were hurt. In four games, he completed 11 of 16 passes for 107 yards and was intercepted twice.

His contract expired at the end of that season. In 2012, he was invited to Eagles training camp, but didn't make the roster. He ended up not signing anywhere that year. Kafka returned to the league in 2013, first with New England and then Jacksonville. In 2014, he was in Tampa Bay; in 2015, he bounced from Minnesota to Tennessee to Cincinnati.

That was it for Kafka's playing career. In 2016, he returned to his alma mater as a graduate assistant coach, working with Northwestern's wide receivers. The Chiefs job is his first on the coaching side in the NFL.