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Amid speculation that he and perhaps others could soon be out of a job, Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Caldwell handled his normal press conference today in a business-as-usual manner.
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While teams calculate and execute coaching moves around the NFL, Jim Caldwell is waiting for his future in Indianapolis to be determined.
As Black Monday around the NFL rages on, we’re now presented with the first surprising news of the day: The Colts are undergoing a thorough and complete overhaul.
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Colts owner Jim Irsay has cleaned out, firing head coach Jim Caldwell, vice chairman Bill Polian, general manager Chris Polian, and all of Indy’s current staff.
There is no word yet on Jim Caldwell, though he is not worthy of head coaching a NFL team for another NFL season. The Indianapolis Colts will let the new GM decide and make the call. If it does involve keeping Caldwell as coach, would mean he would have the same fate as Colts GM Bill Polian had today; fired. Colts owner Jim Irsay took the more drastic step of firing every office...
After an evening and a morning of speculation, Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that a league source is saying Jim Irsay is cleaning house in Indianapolis, including the firing of Bill and Chris Polian.
While it's not specifically noted in the tweet, I think it's safe to assume that Jim Caldwell is included in the house cleaning, leaving a large task for Irsay as he...
It looks like Colts coach Jim Caldwell will be safe in Indianapolis, at least until owner Jim Irsay finds a new general manager. Colts owner Jim Irsay said Monday that Caldwell is “under evaluation” and admitted that Caldwell will likely remain in the organization until Irsay hires their next personnel decision maker. Irsay says the…
Despite the fact that Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell is still employed, Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star believes the Colts have been in contact with former Titans head coach Jeff Fisher. Kravitz made an appearance on ProFootballTalk.com’s PFT Live on Tuesday and also indicated that if the Colts ended up hiring Fisher, that he [...]
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- With the clocks on the monster boards at each end of EverBank Field ticking off the final seconds beneath a blue North Florida sky Sunday, Jim Caldwell watched intently, his expression grave. The Indianapolis Colts coach's face broke as Mel Tucker, Jacksonville's interim coach, approached.
It's time to begin handing out some post-season awards here at footballnation.com. And the first award to be handed out it the worst coach of the year.
When looking at the possibilities of selecting a winner, a lot of contenders emerged.
First of all, let's just eliminate any coach that has already been fired. They lost their job, therefore let's spare them from claiming...
Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star made a return visit to PFT Live on Tuesday for part of our ongoing coverage of what I’ve dubbed, against my better judgment, the Polianoscopy in Indianapolis. Kravitz dropped a bombshell during an intriguing 15-minute chat. Kravitz believes that the Colts, who continue to employ Jim Caldwell as the…
Cleaning out the Colts front office may be only the start of the changes in Indianapolis. Team owner Jim Irsay fired team vice chairman Bill Polian and his son, Chris, the Colts' general manager, on Monday. He said there was a good chance coach Jim Caldwell will be back next season, but his evaluation was not over.