Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay would like to have a new head coach signed on by Friday, according to the Indianapolis Star, and a few more possible names surfaced Tuesday.
The paper notes that San Francisco 49ers special teams coach Brad Seely interviewed for the job on Tuesday while Marc Trestman, the head coach of the CFL's Montreal Alouettes, got his turn in the interview chair last weekend. Trestman spent a lot of time as a coach in the NFL before leading the Alouettes to two Grey Cup wins in his four seasons in Montreal.
Other folks the Colts have spoken to include Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano, New Orleans Saints offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael Jr., Tennessee Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray and former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel, the Star reports.
While Tressel "isn't expected to get the position," the paper also has reason to think the team also has an interest in Cincinnati defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer, New Orleans offensive line/running game coach Aaron Kromer and former Minnesota Vikings coach Brad Childress.