Today, former football player and head coach Tony Dungy retires from NFL. He was part of the Steelers in the late 1970s as a defensive back and the first ever African american coach to win the Super Bowl in Super Bowl XLI against the Chicago Bears. To the NFL, this will be a great loss to the league. A good coach and a great man, I don't think the league could of asked more of Dungy. During his press conference, Dungy said, "My wife and I talked, and we just felt it was the right time. I think I've got a chance to do some things down the road. I think I've got a responsibility to be home a little more." I agree on Dungy's decision. He wants to be home and with his family and I believe he deserves it.
The Colts' coaching staff will be changed. Assistant head coach Jim Caldwell will step in, after being announced that Caldwell would be Dungy's replacement last year. I think Caldwell will do well and keep this organization going, but won't make such a big impact on the organization as Tony Dungy has.