Colts’ free-agents-to-be waiting for their domino to fall | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The dominoes are in place, but have yet to start toppling. Once general manager Chris Ballard tips over the first one – finding a replacement for Chuck Pagano and forming a new staff – the others soon will follow: determine which of the Indianapolis Colts’ impend...
Colts Scheduled To Interview Coaching Candidates | 1070 the Fan
With the Chuck Pagano era complete, more than a handful of names have already been thrown out there as interview candidates for the head coach opening in Indianapolis.
Losing Andrew Luck impacts Indianapolis Colts' season prediction - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
The 2017 season wasn't expected to be a spectacular one for the Colts, but it was made worse by the season-long injury to their star quarterback.
Will Colts' coaching search lead them to a first-time head coach?
As the Indianapolis Colts search for a new coach, will previous experience as a head coach factor into the decision?
Indianapolis Colts' coaching search: Steve Wilks - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
Steve Wilks moved up the coaching ranks with his brand of aggressive defense and honest evaluation, making him a candidate to be the Colts' head coach.
Mike Vrabel: Why he’s a hot head coaching candidate this year | SI.com
The Texans coordinator and former Patriots LB is generating a lot of head coaching buzz. It’s his presence, the Belichick connection and the sense that you’d better get him now
Detroit Lions head coach candidate dossier: Texans DC Mike Vrabel - Detroit Lions Blog- ESPN
Mike Vrabel's coaching history is relatively short, but his playing experience and connection to GM Bob Quinn could put him in play for the Lions' job.
Bill Belichick: Mike Vrabel used to 'drive Brady crazy' on practice field | Boston Herald
Mike was a great player who played in different systems," Belichick said. "He played different positions. He played on offense, defense, special teams. He played tight end. He played linebacker. Honestly, he would play free safety in practice for us once or twice a year, especially when we were up against a guy like Ed Reed who really knew what he was going to do. Just say, 'OK, sit back there and go with what you see. If you want to gamble, gamble.'
"And Mike, he would love that. He'd drive Brady crazy. It's Ed Reed, you didn't know where he was going to be. He was usually wherever the ball was. He somehow got there. So, Mike did that. You could just see his overall passion for the game, whether it was offense, defense. He had a great total understanding of the game and loved to play it. Loved to play tight end. If it was a big receiver, he'd play receiver (on scout team).
Beginning of the end for New England Patriots? Robert Kraft, Tom Brady, Bill Belichick internal power struggle
Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and Robert Kraft are aiming for a sixth Lombardi trophy. But friction between the coach and star QB could put the future of a dynasty in doubt.