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Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network expects Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians to become a hot head coaching candidate next week as he goes to interview with the Bears, Eagles and possibly the Chargers.The love for Arians is two-fold. His knowledge of the quarterback position stands out. From making life simple forPittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger, and essentially teaching him the position from scratch when he was a younger player, to Arians’ work with Andrew Luck in Indy this year.Arians would be a perfect fit to fix Philip Rivers. When I ask scouts about Rivers’ apparent lack of arm strength, this is the response I get: “He’s never had a strong arm.” That makes me think he’s more fixable than if he’d suddenly lost arm strength. The other, and more important, thing about Arians is how he handled the Colts in the absence of Chuck Pagano. He showed poise, leadership and humility. That’s desirous for teams.Arians has done a great job with helping to develop Luck as
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Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, who coached the team for the majority of the season while Chuck Pagano was undergoing treatment for leukemia, has been hospitalized in Baltimore with a case of the flu, and won't call plays for the Colts today in their AFC Wild Card playoff game against the Balitmore Ravens. Clyde Christensen, the Colts quarterbacks coach...
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I actually disagree with a lot of this list. I would like to see the Colts win for Pagano, but seeing RG III matchup with Andrew Luck doesn’t really do anything for me. I’d much rather see Rodgers vs. Brady or something of the sort. We here at Unathletic are pulling for Pagano and the Colts.
Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians has been taken to a Baltimore hospital and will not call plays for the Colts wild card game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Arians reportedly felt dizzy on Sunday morning and after doctors performed tests on him, they feel that he might have a virus or inner ear infection. No official diagnosis has been given.
Arians said he feels...