The Indianapolis Colts will hold a 2nd head coach interview with Detroit Lions protective planner Aaron Glenn on Thursday, according to Jonathan Jones of CBS Sports.
Glenn is now the 8th prospect to get a 2nd interview for the head coach job as the search continues to grow.
Glenn, 50, played 15 years in the NFL and assembled an outstanding playing profession after being a first-round choice in the 1994 NFL draft with the New York Jets.
He entered training as an assistant protective backs coach with the Cleveland Browns for 2 seasons (2014-2015) prior to signing up with the New Orleans Saints as protective backs coach, a function he held for 5 seasons (2016-2020).
Glenn has actually invested the last 2 seasons working as the protective planner of the Lions under head coach Dan Campbell. He was among the stars of “Hard Knocks” throughout the program’s 2022 series, showing to be an extreme coach who isn’t scared to press his gamers.
The other prospects who have actually gotten a 2nd interview consist of:
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