The Indianapolis Colts named Joe Gilbert as the team’s offensive line coach. Gilbert previously served as the team’s assistant offensive line coach last year.
“We are extremely excited about Joe coaching our offensive line,” said Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano. “He did a great job last year. Joe brings great energy and passion to that room, and stresses fundamentals and technique. He expects a lot from his players and will continue to develop that unit into one of the best in the NFL.”
Last season, the offensive line blocked for the Colts to rush for 104.4 rushing yards per game, which was the highest average for the team since 2007. The line also provided time for quarterback Andrew Luck to throw for the most passing yards (4,374), attempts (627) and 300-yard passing games (six) by a rookie in NFL history.