Since the first of the year, the search has been on to find the next head coach for the team.
But McDaniels also has been tied to the Colts' head coach vacancy, and on Monday afternoon, NFL Media's Tom Pelissero reported there still was "strong mutual interest" between McDaniels and Indianapolis. That experience should come in handy when grooming the still young Luck.
So who exactly are these coaching candidates for the Colts to potentially become their newest coordinators?
Josh McDaniels is still considered the favorite to be the next head coach of the Indianpolis Colts despite a new job opening with the Tennessee Titans, at least according to one report. What should be taken into consideration is that Pro Bowl quarterback Andrew Luck has missed most of the last two seasons due to an assortment of injuries.
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Indianapolis interviewed McDaniels, Baylor head football coach Matt Rhule and former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy, but ultimately walked away with the hottest name of this cycle. The Colts got their man, so how good of a match is it?
There wasn't going to be much of a career left for Luck if the Colts didn't make a change.
As he waited for the right opportunity, McDaniels has been in charge of the Patriots' offense, which isn't a bad way to spend his time.
McDaniels seems to be confident that he can put the pieces together as long as he has the most important position already addressed.