Chuck Pagano is staying in Indianapolis after all. The Colts announced late Monday night that they have agreed to a 4-year extension with the head coach. The news came hours after a press conference to discuss Pagano’s future was called off. It was widely expected that the Colts would dismiss Pagano, who has had a contentious relationship with general manager Ryan Grigson , who’s also being retained for three more years added to the one year he had on the original deal he signed in 2012.
With quarterback Andrew Luck missing significant time with a lacerated kidney, the Colts missed the playoffs this season at 8-and-8. He went 11-and-5 in each of his first three seasons at the helm and is 40-and-23 overall.