Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay announced Tuesday that his head coach of the past three seasons, Jim Caldwell, has been fired. This is obviously a big transistional time for us, but I know we're excited moving forward, and it's hard when you say goodbyes to some people," Irsay said. "But it's part of the business."
Quite a turnover is taking place in Indy. The general manager and the head coach have been fired, and more coaches will follow. The quarterback of the future is expected to be drafted, which means one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time may not return as well. Starting wide receivers Reggie Wayne and Pierre Garcon are free agents. The running game is in flux. And that doesn't include any of the questions about the Colts' defense. It looks like Irsay wants to just start from scratch.