Found February 02, 2012 on
By Jeremy Hritz
Jim Irsay, who is becoming more eccentric with each passing day, and the Indianapolis Colts wasted no time in hiring a replacement head coach for Jim Caldwell. Nor did they hesitate in hiring a new offensive coordinator. Within eight days, Chuck Pagano, one-time defensive coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens, was hired to replace Caldwell, with the embattled and “retired” Bruce Arians following a few days later.
Some Steelers’ fans may be looking at the Colts with envy, not because the history and tradition of the Colts’ franchise, but because of the swiftness that Read more [...]
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The Baltimore Ravens have hired former Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell as their new quarterbacks coach.
Caldwell was fired by the Colts following a 2-14 season.
He has coached quarterbacks for the Colts, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Penn State. He was a head coach at Wake Forest previously.
For a guy not talking about Peyton Manning this week Jim Irsay sure is saying a lot:
Colts owner Jim Irsay plans to meet with Peyton Manning next week, but the decision of whether the Indianapolis Colts retain their franchise quarterback likely won’t be made until early March.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay tweeted that QB Peyton Manning has not been cleared to play for the Indianapolis Colts, contradicting reports by ESPN Thursday that the former four time MVP was medically cleared to play.
"Peyton has not passed our physical nor has he been cleared to play for The Indianapolis Colts. Team statement coming on Friday."...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Jim Irsay is putting the Peyton Manning decision on hold.The Colts owner said Wednesday he will monitor Manning's recovery from Sept. 8 neck surgery over the next month and may wait until the last possible moment to determine whether to pay the quarterback a $28 million roster ...
Quarterback Andrew Luck says he's ready to start in the NFL next season.
Luck was in Indianapolis on Thursday to work out at the Gatorade Sports Science Institute. It won't be his last trip to Indy.
He'll return in three weeks for the NFL combine and perhaps for good after April's draft. Colts owner Jim Irsay has said he will use the No. 1 overall pick on a quarterback...
Jim Irsay is trying to put a happy face on an ugly public spectacle.
Another NFL season is over.Another long 6 months ahead.Sure, you still have free agency coming. Sure, the Peyton Manning-Jim Irsay drama will be huge to the league. Sure, the NFL Draft always provides entertainment. Sure, there are going to be some training camp holdouts. Sure, the pre-season games are played. Sure, football will never truly go away..However, nothing can compare...
As owner Jim Irsay had promised, the Indianapolis Colts issued a statement Friday in response to the ongoing speculation regarding quarterback Peyton Manning's status as he attempts to come back from neck surgery.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Colts owner Jim Irsay is likely to wait until the last minute to decide whether to pay Peyton Manning a $28 million roster bonus.
Team owner Jim Irsay said the Colts would like to re-sign wide receiver Pierre Garcon.
With Reggie Wayne 33 and failing to reach 1,000 yards in 2011, the youthful Garcon should be a top priority to retain now and for the future, and set new highs in receptions (70) and yards (947) over 16 starts this season.
Jim Irsay is putting the Peyton Manning decision on hold.