Indianapolis Colts Coach Jim Caldwell Fired
Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell was fired on January 17 after three seasons as the head coach with the team.
Caldwell joined Indianapolis in 2002 as quarterbacks coach under Tony Dungy. He earned the expanded title of assistant head coach prior to the 2005 season. Caldwell was elevated to associate head coach in 2008 before succeeding Dungy in 2009.
After going 26-22 (ouch) in his head coaching career with the Indianapolis Colts, management and owner Jim Irsay have decided to take a new direction in the coaching department, after firing CEO/Vice President Bill Polian and his son, general manager Chris Polian.
Some Colts fans are asking, “Why did it take so long?”
I think the answer is that Irsay wanted to see how many bad mistakes he could get out of him.