It looks like there’s a chance that Bruce Arians may stay in Indianapolis after all.
Given the way the NFL head coaching carousel has spun so far, it appears that Chicago may be the last real threat to take Arians away from the Colts. Just a few days ago, it felt like San Diego was going to be the landing spot, especially after they hired former Colts VP of Personnel Tom Telesco. However, reports indicate that the Chargers have found their man in former Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy.
According to the Chicago Tribune, Arians is one of Chicago’s final three candidates. If he doesn’t get the Windy City gig, there aren't many options left, barring a new development. The Eagles once looked like a possibility, but it is unknown whether they’ll even interview Arians for their head coaching vacancy. Eagles beat writer Jeff McClane tweeted this earlier:
If Philadelphia doesn't come calling, the Jacksonville and Arizona jobs are still open, but neither team has expressed interest.
While a majority of Colts’ fans would be happy for Arians should he decide to take on a new challenge elsewhere, no one will be disappointed if he stays in Indy. It would definitely be beneficial for Andrew Luck to not have to worry about potentially learning a new offense under a new OC in his sophomore campaign.