The Colts on Tuesday announced they’ve relieved Marcus Brady of his duties as offensive coordinator.
“This was an incredibly hard decision, but one I felt needed to be made in the best interest of the team,” head coach Frank Reich said in a statement. “I appreciate Marcus’s commitment to the organization, and he made a significant contribution to our offensive success over the last five seasons. I wish him the best moving forward.”
Brady joined the Colts coaching staff in 2018 as assistant quarterbacks coach, and also served as quarterbacks coach from 2019-2020 before taking over as offensive coordinator in 2021.