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Bruce Arians

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What about him as a possible HC? I don't know much about him, but he was with Pittsburgh for awhile as WR coach and then OC and has seemed to be a doing a good job taking over the Colts while their coach is dealing with his illness. Would seem to fit the profile Jerry would look for except he's not on the defensive side of the ball.

I think Jimmy (Irsay) may want to keep him around if Chuck recovery take longer than expected. Of course that depends on what happens with the Colts from here on out.

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I cant believe no one has mentioned Justin Bieber yet... become a Belieber!! That kid is the real deal.

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5-1 as interim coach kiddies. He was QB Coach for Payton Manning, OC of Big Ben, now look at Luck... you guys still butt hurt about him?

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