He lost so much love for Josh McDaniels in Indianapolis.
McDaniels gave up one of the off-season shocks while Colts gave up his chief coach to serve as aggressive coordinator for the New England Patriots.
But at age 41, he insisted that his decision was not about the Colts organization, emphasizing that it was about what he thought was best for his family and future.
“Indianapolis has done a tremendous job,” said McDaniels.
“He had a great organization and I was very lucky not to think about it, and I think that I only discovered once what my future in New England is, this time I made the right decision for me and my family.”
McDaniels spoke with Patriots’ proprietor Robert Kraft and coach Bill Belichick and convinced him to stay in Foxborough while cleaning his office.
And although there was no promise of a future with the team, a wage increase and a heart from a good heart enabled him to rethink his movement.
“I was not 100% sure what your future was. There was no clear idea about this yet, “McDaniels, who spoke publicly for the first time since his decision, added.
“Well, where did I go? Did you have any plans? There was no idea what was going on in the role progression.
“When I heard about Robert and Bill on Tuesday, I gave it a reason to stop it.”
McDaniels apologized “anyone affected in any way” and said, “I did not intend to participate in it and put anyone in a strange situation.”
However, the opportunity to work for Kraft and Belichick while coaching Tom Brady was not something he was ready to move away from.
“Look, I am privileged to have the opportunity to do this, and when it crystallizes in some way -” Hey, we see that we go forward and that’s how we want you to be alerted “- it gave me a reason. stop and ‘Well, what is the best decision for me?’ and it was absolutely difficult. But I made the decision myself, nobody pushed me. ”
McDaniels could probably win another chance to become the NFL head coach. However, any GM outside New England can keep its word.