The phone call lasted five minutes.
Tony Dungy did not hold back his thoughts about New England Patriots coach Josh McDaniels backing out of the Indianapolis Colts head coaching job. "Your agent's telling you to go and you decide, 'Nah, I'm not going'". But until them, he's going to keep taking a lot of heat - and deserving most of it.
Bryan: There are some really good corners in this draft, so I can see that being their plan of attack first over a guy like Butler. "I want someone that's 100 percent committed to partnering with us and getting that work done".
Ballard understandably did not seem thrilled at the position the Colts found themselves in during the press conference but stressed that they would be fine in the long term. I don't have a timetable.
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"To me, it's about being right".
While McDaniels was not yet legally bound to the Colts at the time when he turned them down, there were still repercussions to his move. We want to be right. "I'm very confident in this".
McDaniels' actions will nearly certainly affect his ability to nail down a head coaching job in the future.
McDaniels is popular with players, all of whom refused to directly acknowledge his seemingly imminent departure after New England's loss in the Super Bowl on Sunday. Two coaches who had been on his list - Texans defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel and Carolina defensive coordinator Steve Wilks - were hired by other teams. He interviewed for the Bears head coaching job following the 2012 season and was part of Denver's head coaching search in 2016.
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It has been recently confirmed that McDaniels has reserved his decision to become the next head coach of the Indianapolis Colts and has chosen to stay in New England.
When Detroit focused on Patricia, without ever interviewing or even being rumored to interview McDaniels, many Lions fans wondered if general manager Bob Quinn knew what he was doing. "Well, shame on him if he did".
Turns out one of the things he might have learned from Belichick is this: It's perfectly fine to accept an National Football League head coaching job and then un-accept it. Belichick did it. Bill Parcells, Belichick's mentor, did it twice.
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