The agent for Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians said Wednesday night that his client has been released from an Indianapolis hospital and that they are finalizing details to begin interviewing for head coaching jobs.
Earlier in the day, a league source familiar with the situation told The Associated Press that doctors were still trying to determine the extent of a health problem that forced one interview to be pushed back.
The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because details of Arians' illness have not been made public by the team.
Mike Brown, Arians' agent, denied there had been any change to Arians' schedule.
Arians, a 60-year-old prostate cancer survivor, has been complaining of dizziness and migraine headaches, conditions doctors believe is related to an inner-ear infection, the person told the AP.
Five NFL teams are looking for head coaches. The Colts have given at least three teams permission to speak with Arians: the Chicago Bears, Cleve...