The Indianapolis Colts have terminated Offensive Coordinator Pep Hamilton. Rob Chudzinski will assume Hamilton’s former duties and responsibilities.
“Through the first eight weeks of the season, we have felt our offense hasn’t performed at the consistent level that we need. Because of this we’ve decided to go in a different direction and relieve Pep Hamilton of his duties as offensive coordinator. As head coach of this team, it’s my responsibility to make sure I’m doing everything we can to put us in the best position to succeed. We thank Pep for his service to the team and wish him all the best.”
Hamilton joined the Colts in 2013 from Stanford University, where he served as offensive coordinator/quarterbacks from 2011-12 and wide receivers coach in 2010. He holds 18 years of combined coaching experience in the NFL and collegiate ranks. Hamilton also spent time with the Chicago Bears (2007-09), San Francisco 49ers (2006) and the New York Jets (2003-05). He was also a pro personnel intern with the Baltimore Ravens in 2002 and a summer coaching intern with the Washington Redskins in 2001 and Kansas City Chiefs in 2000.
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