The Indianapolis Colts are opening up an extensive head coaching search after Josh McDaniels snubbed them, and they’ve reportedly identified two possible candidates.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Wednesday that the Colts will interview Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich and New Orleans Saints assistant Dan Campbell for their vacant head coaching position.
Colts are expected to request permission for HC interviews with Eagles OC Frank Reich and Saints asst HC Dan Campbell, per sources.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 7, 2018
Campbell is an intriguing new name in the search. He went 5-7 as the interim coach of the Miami Dolphins in 2015. Reich has ties to the organization as well, having started his coaching career as an offensive assistant under Tony Dungy in Indianapolis.
Reich may be the top candidate, based on what we’ve heard, though this process is only just restarting.