We’d assumed that long-time Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore, who served as a consultant in 2010, was no longer with the team. Especially after he reportedly was considered for the offensive coordinator job in Tennessee, and after he recently spent time sharing red-zone pointers with the Jets. (“Well, guys, the secret is to just let Peyton do whatever he wants to do.”)
Apparently, Moore’s actual status remains a mystery. Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star recently reported that neither the team nor Moore will comment on his official status, even though he’s no longer on the team’s website. “Nothing. Not at this time,” Moore said.
Moore’s name no longer appears on the team’s official website.
Moore arrived as offensive coordinator in 1998, the same year that Peyton Manning was drafted. He and former offensive line coach Howard Mudd (who was hired earlier this year by the Eagles) retired in 2009 and over concerns regarding changes to the pension plans for assistant coaches.