The Indianapolis Colts completed their interview with Detroit Lions defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn for their head coach vacancy, the team announced Saturday.
Glenn was the sixth candidate to interview for the Colts’ head coach vacancy and was the second to do so Saturday. You can follow along with the latest updates with our tracker.
Glenn, 50, played 15 years in the NFL and put together a stellar playing career after being a first-round pick in the 1994 NFL draft with the New York Jets.
He got into coaching as an assistant defensive backs coach with the Cleveland Browns for two seasons (2014-2015) before joining the New Orleans Saints as defensive backs coach, a role he held for five seasons (2016-2020).
Glenn has spent the last two seasons working as the defensive coordinator of the Lions under head coach Dan Campbell. He was one of the stars of “Hard Knocks” during the show’s 2022 series, proving to be an intense coach who isn’t afraid to push his players.
The head coaching search will be led by general manager Chris Ballard, but the decision ultimately resides with owner Jim Irsay.