In the end, little changes of McDaniels. Josh McDaniels is a punk and a loser, but he's not your punk. And you can see the impact of when he has been in New England and the success they've had versus when he was not there. Reich, who began his coaching career with Peyton Manning in Indianapolis, could get a shot at the Colts job, as well.
Dating back to January, McDaniels was expected to be named the Colts' next head coach after the season.
Aside from McDaniels, the Colts also interviewed former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy, former Houston Texans defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel and former Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks.
The Patriots will be fine without Patricia.
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While he has not yet publicly discussed his retirement plans, he is not likely to be in the job for much longer. Yet even knowing that, Weis still says he has trouble believing what McDaniels did. And Indianapolis was a flawless backup plan, just in case Robert Kraft and Belichick didn't give in.
From a business perspective - and football is a business, after all - McDaniels played it perfectly.
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McDaniels' situation is similar to that of Bill Belichick - who was hired to be head coach of the New York Jets for the 2000 season. A news conference had been scheduled for Wednesday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
"Let me make this clear, I want, and we want as an organisation, a head coach [who] wants to be all in", he said.
When asked in Wednesday's podcast whether McDaniels had burned too many bridges to ever be offered another job, other than with the Patriots, McGinnis said his owns experience shows you can never say never in this business.
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