Colts hire Howard Mudd as senior offensive assistant

By Kevin Patra

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Published:

Feb. 7, 2019 at 11:34 a.m.

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Feb. 7, 2019 at 01:48 p.m.

The Indianapolis Colts are bringing relief longtime NFL offensive line coach Howard Mudd.
The group announced Thursday it added the 76-300 and sixty five days-outmoded Mudd as a senior offensive assistant. The Colts also signed Klayton Adams as assistant offensive line coach.

Mudd, long regarded as one in all the supreme offensive line coaches in the NFL, returns to Indy, the put he spent 12 seasons as the group’s O-line coach from 1998 to 2009 and used to be a member of the Colts’ Big Bowl XLI championship group.
Mudd in temporary retired after 2009 supreme to resurface with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2011-2012 sooner than stepping a long way flung from the NFL the previous six seasons.
Mudd is relief once more.
Colts coach Frank Reich spent two seasons as an assistant coach with Mudd on the Indy group in 2008 and 2009.
Adding Mudd to encourage with the offensive line coach along with Adams comes after the Colts fired Dave DeGuglielmo closing month.
The Colts hope Mudd can encourage elevate the the same vogue of memoir presence critical offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia has been for the Fresh England Patriots.

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