Herm Edwards will be back on the market for an offensive line coach. The Athletic’s Doug Haller reported that Klayton Adams, who accepted the Arizona State offensive line vacancy last week, has decided to stay with the Indianapolis Colts.
JUST IN: Recent Arizona State hire Klayton Adams has reversed course and is staying with the Indianapolis Colts in a similar role.— Doug Haller (@DougHaller) January 26, 2021
So Herm Edwards is back looking for an offensive line coach.
The Colts have had their own staff changes after former offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni took the Philadelphia Eagles head coaching position.
Sirianni brought over a few Colts assistants with him to the Eagles, implying that the Colts wanted as much continuity as possible by bringing Adams back.
Sun Devil Source reported that current Syracuse and former Oregon State offensive line coach Mike Cavanaugh had already interviewed for the position and is probably a top candidate for the Sun Devils.
On Arizona State’s list of coaches and staff on its website, former offensive analyst Kevin Mawae, who many expected to be a strong candidate for the position, is also no longer on the page and appears to be off the coaching staff.