Rams ask Colts permission to interview Rob Chudzinski

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Now that the Colts offense went flat at the wrong time, their assistants have the opportunity to look around.

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Rams have requested permission to interview special assistant Rob Chudzinski for their offensive coordinator vacancy.

Chudzinski has worked as a consultant with the Colts since being fired after one year as the Browns head coach, but had previously served as a coordinator in Cleveland and Carolina.

He’s been “all over the building” for the Colts this year, even with Pep Hamilton calling the plays. It will be curious to see if the Colts allow permission, or if they try to hang onto him as they try to get tougher as a team this offseason.

5 responses to “Rams ask Colts permission to interview Rob Chudzinski

  1. It will be interesting to see if he has learned from things going sour in Carolina. He was absolutely brilliant in 2011, then in 2012 he spent way too much time getting way too cute with his play designs and calls, and we couldn’t take another step forward. He’s very innovative and his offenses are normally fun to watch. Hope he’s learned from past mistakes and can get another coordinator job.

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