by Matt Snyder
With the retirement of Tony Dungy -- which was announced yesterday -- the torch is passed in Indianapolis to Jim Caldwell. It was hardly news, considering his eventual elevation was announced last season. Still, Caldwell is a relatively unknown dude to be taking the reins of one of the league's premiere franchises.
While there are those who focus on the fact that Dungy "only" won the Super Bowl once, Caldwell has some awfully big shoes to fill. Dungy was at the helm of 10 straight playoff teams, and he won at least 12 games in the last six seasons with the Colts.
Introducing Jim Caldwell, Tony Dungy's Replacement as Colts Head Coach originally appeared on NFL FanHouse on Tue, 13 Jan 2009 15:00:00 EST . Please see our terms for use of feeds.