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The Minnesota Vikings requested permission to interview Indianapolis Colts defensive backs coach Alan Williams for their open defensive coordinator position, according to a league source.

Stampede Blue on Dallas Clark

Stew Blake over at Stampeded Blue tackles the tough question of Dallas Clark's future in Indianapolis. While he knows that players are evaluated essentially on value alone he also believes Clark has earned the right to retire a Colt: But did he make up for his missed time with stellar production? Not exactly. Clark’s 2011 numbers totaled 34 receptions, 352 yards, and 2 touchdowns...

Report: Vikings changing defensive coordinators

The Minnesota Vikings have relieved Fred Pagac of his duties as defensive coordinator but have offered him a demotion to his former role of linebackers coach, the Pioneer Press reported Sunday, citing sources. Pagac, who became defensive coordinator last January after serving as linebackers coach from 2006 to 2010, was yet to inform the team on whether he would accept the new offer...

Colts Release Head Coach Jim Caldwell

The Indianapolis Colts released head coach Jim Caldwell according to a story just posted on No further details were given.  Team owner Jim Irsay telegraphed the news via Twitter. Jim Irsay @JimIrsay Go to for upcoming breaking news... The move is the expected second shoe to drop after the team released long-time president Bill Polian and son Chris...

After Colts Fire Jim Caldwell, What’s Next

Will Peyton Manning follow Jim Caldwell out the door.<img class=" " src="" alt="" width="372" ... [visit site to read more] After Colts Fire Jim Caldwell, What’s Next - Naptown's Finest - Naptown's Finest - An Indianapolis Colts Fan Site - News...

Fred Pagac Is No Longer the Vikings’ Defensive Coordinator

Fred Pagac is no longer dangling like a lonely Christmas ornament. On Friday the Vikings finally pulled the trigger on the defensive coordinator, ending weeks of non-suspense. Pagac was offered the chance to stay on as linebackers coach but it’s not yet known if he’ll accept. Current LB coach Mike Singletary is believed to be a candidate to take over for Pagac as DC. Pagac...

Colts fire coach Jim Caldwell after 3 seasons

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.

Caldwell out as Colts head coach after 2-14 season

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.

Colts decision on Caldwell could be coming soon

Last week, the Colts hired a new G.M. in Ryan Grigson.  But the team has not yet announced whether coach Jim Caldwell will be joining the Polians as a former employee of the team. Much focus has been given to a Monday mailbag column from Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star, in which Chappell writes…

Peyton Manning a Jet? Archie mum on subject

With Mark Sanchez struggling late this season and Peyton Manning's status with the Colts uncertain, some Jets fans have allowed themselves to dream of having a Manning to call their own at MetLife Stadium.

Colts dismiss Caldwell

Jim Caldwell endured everything thrown at him in his first two seasons as Indianapolis Colts coach -- replacing a friend, constant criticism, even fighting through a rash of injuries. He couldn't survive the loss of quarterback Peyton Manning.

NFL owners don't allow new coaches to develop

The firing of Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell Tuesday means only two of the 11 NFL coaches hired in 2009 remain in their positions -- Lions coach Jim Schwartz and Jets coach Rex Ryan. Think about that. Only three seasons ago, 11 NFL franchises put their faith in new leaders -- many of them first-time head coaches like the Broncos Josh McDaniels, the Bucs Raheem Morris...
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