Found December 18, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:

When Chuck Pagano of the Indianapolis Colts was diagnosed with leukemia earlier in the season, Bruce Arians stepped in and not only has led the Colts to the playoffs but also earned himself a shot at being a head coach in 2013.Now I know you are thinking, with everything that Chuck has gone through there is no way Arians would ever consider leaving? To an extent, he most likely wouldn't leave the Indianapolis Colts for a head coaching job but, what if the right situation came about? Any assistant coach would leave to become a head coach if the right situation presented itself, and just maybe the right situation for Bruce Arians is back in Pennsylvania, more specifically Philadelphia, PA.… Read more

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  • I agree! Glad to see someoe knows common sense!
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