Patriots OC Josh McDaniels expected to accept Colts HC job when offered

Kristopher Nichols
January 16, 2018

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.

There were conflicting reports on the favourites to land McDaniels Monday, with ESPN's Adam Schefter suggesting the Titans were the favourites and NFL Network's Ian Rapoport later suggesting McDaniels is still expected to land with the Colts.

After his success in Foxborough, the Broncos hired him as their head coach ahead of the 2009 campaign.

A day after it was reported that New England Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia was likely heading to Detroit, it looks like we know where Josh McDaniels will be going next season.

The relationship between franchise and coach soured quickly, and McDaniels was sacked with 12 games played in just his second season.

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The 34 year old Peetz just finished his first season as the Oakland Raiders quarterback coach, having previously served as the team's assistant quarterbacks coach (2016) and senior offensive assistant (2015).

Houston Texans defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel, Kansas City special teams coach Dave Toub and Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks, reportedly were on the Colts short list of candidates.

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.

The Colts can't officially offer the job or hire McDaniels until the Patriots season comes to an end.

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