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Despite a Tweet from Jake Query over the weekend that Jim Caldwell will be retained for the 2012 season as the head coach of the … [visit site to read more]
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Phillip B. Wilson thinks, among other things, that yesterday's decision to fire Jim Caldwell will have little impact on the Manning decision:
That brings us to what to do with Manning. Some fear the worst because Grigson has yet to speak to the NFL’s only four-time MVP. I’m not reading into that as much, though. Again, to be fair, Grigson has been on the job for a few minutes...
Indianapolis, IN (Sports Network) - The Indianapolis Colts have fired head coach Jim Caldwell.
It took new general manager Ryan Grigson about a week to make his first big move. He was hired last Wednesday and decided to make the coaching change in the wake of a 2-14 season that will give the Colts the first overall pick of the 2012 NFL Draft.
Caldwell's three-year run as Colts...
The Indianapolis Colts have fired head coach Jim Caldwell.
They lost their franchise quarterback (perhaps forever) to an injury, and they finished in position to draft their next one. Clearly, it was all Caldwell's fault. (Psst. Somebody tell ESPN.) [Twitter] More »
Following a disastrous 2-14 season, the Colts announced Tuesday that they have moved on from coach Jim Caldwell, who took the team to a Super Bowl in his first season as head coach.
The Indianapolis Colts' sudden crash has cost coach Jim Caldwell his job. The team fired Caldwell on Tuesday, the second major decision in what is expected to be a long offseason shake-up. Team owner Jim Irsay fired team vice chairman Bill Polian and his son, Chris, the team's general manager, the day after the season ended.
Colts' 2-14 season dooms Jim Caldwell as head coach.
Jim Caldwell has been fired and the Indianapolis Colts are now in need of a new head coach. Would Jon Gruden come out of coaching retirement in order to lead the Indianapolis Colts? Would Jim Irsay reach out to the former Super Bowl winning head coach? Why not?
I think at some point, Jon Gruden will return to the sidelines and while he is currently employed by ESPN,...
The Colts’ firing of Jim Caldwell puts the spotlight on Peyton Manning’s future while the playoff field contemplates how New England’s offense will fare against Baltimore’s defense.