The Indianapolis Colts, who finished with a league-worst 2-14 record this season, are wiping the slate clean. After Jim Irsay fired club vice chairman Bill Polian and general manager and vice president Chris Polian on Jan. 2, he decided the Colts needed a new head coach as well, relieving Jim Caldwell of his duties today. Before taking the reigns in 2009, Caldwell held positions as quarterbacks coach, assistant head coach, and associate head coach. He ends his time with the Colts with a 26-22 record after losing to the Saints in the Super Bowl in his first season. Irsay has yet to announce whether the rest of the coaching staff will maintain their positions.
[via Indy Star]
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