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TODAY IS Tuesday May 22nd
Colts GM says rivalry is back on
Thursday Feb 08, 2018 12:00am

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard ended his Wednesday news conference with a drop-the-mic line: "The rivalry is back on." That was Ballard's reaction to the New England Patriots and their offensive coordinator, Josh McDaniels, who reversed field and decided to remain in New England rather than become the next head coach of the Colts. According to Ballard, McDaniels called him on Tuesday and said he had bad news. Ballard says after McDaniels told him he was staying with New England, he quickly moved on. Wednesday he put an emphasis on reassuring people that the Colts will be able to find the right head coach to replace Chuck Pagano, who was fired in January after six seasons. Now Indianapolis will interview New Orleans Saints assistant head coach Dan Campbell on Thursday, according to sources, and Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich will interview Friday.

Colts GM Chris Ballard (photo courtesy of Michael Conroy/AP)
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