Jeff Saturday Nov 13, 2022; Paradise, Nevada, USA; Indianapolis Colts interim Head Coach Jeff Saturday walks amongst his players before a game against the Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

Earlier this month, the Indianapolis Colts made the shocking decision to hire former All-Pro center Jeff Saturday as the team’s new interim head coach despite Saturday having no previous college or NFL coaching experience. The move caused quite a lot of backlash around the league, and now Saturday is making quite an unorthodox decision as a head coach.

After both head coach Frank Reich and offensive coordinator Marcus Brady were fired from the team in recent weeks, the Colts are now without their top two offensive coaches from the start of the season. But despite the hole in the coaching staff, Jeff Saturday has no plans to make any hires this season.

“I like the group, I like the support they give each other, they’re in clearly defined roles,” Saturday said according to Pro Football Talk. “And I’m happy with where they are. Bringing somebody in, trying to learn an entire process or how we’ve done things? I like where the guys are so I don’t anticipate that. I’m not guaranteeing it, but in my head I haven’t even had a chance to get that far. I’m just trying to get Week Two under my belt.”

It’s certainly a bold move to decide to coach the rest of the season shorthanded. We’ll see how it works out for them.

[Pro Football Talk]