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Jay Gruden doesn't seem interested in leaving Cincinnati this year. He's declined the Colts interview request:
Twice this month, the Bengals’ offensive coordinator has rejected an opportunity to be considered for a coaching job. First it was the Jaguars. Now, he has spurned an overture from the Colts, according to Charley Casserly of CBS.
Gruden, who drew rave reviews for his work with rookie quarterback Andy Dalton, has signed a three-year extension with the Bengals, but he can leave at any time to become a head coach. If, of course, he wants to.
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Colts owner Jim Irsay says the Indianapolis team expects to decide on a new head coach next week.
Irsay made the announcement on his Twitter account Saturday.
Irsay's tweet read: ''The (hash)1 pick debate will rage on,what a great year to have it..the HC search is wide ranging n thorough,decision by mid 2 late next week.''
The Colts fired coach Jim Caldwell...
Bob Kravitz notes that this is hostile territory for New England. As such, locals are certainly behind little brother Eli:
Let's just say that Indianapolis, home to an AFC team, just became an NFC town.
A New York Giants town.
An Eli Manning town.
It's going to be up to Peyton's little brother, Eli, whose team survived and overcame the San Francisco 49ers in overtime...
As a Baltimorean, I’m not a huge fan of the Indianapolis Colts. I will be even less of a fan if what I’m about to write comes to fruition.
According to this tweet from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Colts are interested in interviewing Baltimore’s defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano.
Pagano is a first-year defensive coordinator that had the unit has the third best defense in the...
Kyle Williams might be an asset for the Colts, butterfingers notwithstanding.<img class=" " ... [visit site to read more]
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The Indianapolis Colts didn't waste any time before interviewing candidates to replace recently fired head coach Jim Caldwell, and team owner Jim Irsay let fans know Saturday that his search for a new coach will be a quick one.
The Indianapolis Colts’ owner, Jim Irsay, said the team expected to decide on a new coach this week.
Brad Childress may be coming back to the NFL. As a head coach. For the Indianapolis Colts. Take a moment and let that sink in. A year-and-a-half after the Vikings canned him, Chilly is a candidate for head coach with one of the proudest and most successful organizations in the league.
Well let’s look more closely at this situation. There’s one thing to keep in mind: this...
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