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Move Past the McDaniels Fiasco
Per Zak Keefer of the Indy Star, Colts general manager Chris Ballard insisted that the Josh McDaniels fiasco didn’t put the team in a rush to find a new head coach.
“It’s football. There’s a lot of good coaches out there. There’s a lot of good assistant coaches out there,” Ballard said. “Everybody gets in panic mode and just starts hiring, and I just don’t believe in that. I think you’ve got to be patient. Take your time.”
But for a team that wasn’t in a hurry, the Colts wasted no time in finding a new man to run the team, tabbing Frank Reich as the head coach over the weekend.
There’s still the awkward matter of assistants signed by the Colts to work under McDaniels now finding themselves working for Reich, but the team needs to get past both that and