Report: Aaron Glenn gets second interview with Colts

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The Colts will have a second interview with Lions defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn on Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports.

He becomes the seventh candidate to get a second interview, joining Packers special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia, Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan, Broncos defensive coordinator Ejiro Evero, Giants defensive coordinator Wink Martindale, Rams defensive coordinator Raheem Morris and Colts interim head coach Jeff Saturday.

Glenn also has drawn interest from the Cardinals, whose head coaching job remains open.

In the 2022 hiring cycle, Glenn interviewed with the Saints and Broncos.

Glenn has spent two seasons as the Lions defensive coordinator after two years as the Browns assistant defensive backs coach and five years as the Saints defensive backs coach.

7 responses to “Report: Aaron Glenn gets second interview with Colts

  1. Colts thought they were getting Harbaugh and now they have no idea what to do. Watch them stick w Saturday.

  2. Bengals have a young franchise QB that has developed. Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan may have had something to do with it. If he has, then you have your man assuming you are going with a young QB.

  3. Something odd is going on here. Irsay isn’t what one might call a “deliberative thinker”. He’s talked to a ton of guys. So, why’s this taking so long? Is it Bienamy or Steichen and he’s just waiting?

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