Colts Move Quickly to Replace Moore and Mudd

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It has been a crazy 24 hours for the Colts, as team lost offensive coordinator Tom Moore and O-line coach Howard Mudd to retirement over a change in the NFL pension system. While the team didn’t expect to have to replace the pair, they moved quickly to do so on Friday.

The Indianapolis Star reports that the team has filled the voids of both Moore and Mudd:

The Indianapolis Colts have moved quickly to fill the voids created by the retirement of offensive coordinator Tom Moore and offensive line coach Howard Mudd. During a morning interview with 1070-The Fan, team president Bill Polian said Clyde Christensen has taken over the coordinator’s duties and Pete Metzelaars assumed full-time offensive line responsibilities. Christensen had held the dual role of receivers coach and assistant head coach while Metzelaars was Mudd’s assistant.


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