Colts Expected To Hire Pats Offensive Coordinator As Head Coach

Jena Greene | Reporter

The Indianapolis Colts are expected to hire New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels as their head coach, according to two NFL insiders.

According to Rapaport, the Colts were also considering Houston Texans defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel but ultimately decided to go with McDaniels instead.

Tom Pelissero reports that McDaniels is expected to make Matt Eberflus his defensive coordinator as well.

McDaniels will probably get a pretty warm welcome in Indianapolis. He’ll be fresh off a successful working relationship with Tom Brady and poised to take Andrew Luck under his wing. While the Colts still need to fill their roster with more talent, adding a successful former Pats offensive coordinator to their head coach position is likely a step in right the direction.

Jena Greene



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