More Firings, More Changes Coming to Indianapolis Colts Organization: Fan's Take

The are sure shaking things up this offseason. They started things off by firing front office members Bill and Chris Polian. Shortly after that they hired a new general manager in Ryan Grigson from the . The next move was to fire head coach Jim Caldwell. This move was largely speculated but took longer than expected to take place.

Now it appears as if even more moves are happening in the organization. These changes come the day after Caldwell’s firing where Jim Irsay and Grigson said they will evaluate everyone. Two of the teams and let go. On January 18, Indianapolis fired offensive line coach Pete Metezelaars and wide receivers coach Frank Reich. I’m getting the feeling these will not be last firings made inside the organization.

News is also coming out that Indianapolis’ defensive back coach Alvin Williams will of the . Minnesota head coach Leslie Frazier has ties to Tony Dungy and formed Colt coaches.

On top of all this, the team fired defensive coordinator Larry Coyer midseason and also fired special teams coach Ray Rychelski after the season ended. The only coaches remaining with the team at the moment are offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen, linebackers coach and interim defensive coordinator Mike Murphy, quarterbacks coach Ron Turner, and defensive line coach John Teerlink.

Whoever Indianapolis bring in as their head coach, that coach is going to need to assemble a full staff around them. This makes the decision even more important and one that will have a big impact on the franchise from the next decade.

To make matters worse for Colt fans, longtime center and free agent this offseason. Saturday would leave a big hole on the offensive line and is coming off a good season. If to start publishing your own sports content.

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