• Chuck Pagano

    Head Coach

  • Pep Hamilton

    Offensive Coordinator

  • Greg Manusky

    Defensive Coordinator

  • Tom McMahon

    Special Teams Coordinator

  • Roy Anderson

    Safeties Coach

  • Tim Berbenich

    Defensive Assistant

  • Brant Boyer

    Asst. Special Teams Coach

  • Clyde Christensen

    Quarterbacks Coach

  • Rob Chudzinski

    Associate Head Coach

  • Gary Emanuel

    Defensive Line Coach

  • Jeff FitzGerald

    Linebackers Coach

  • Joe Gilbert

    Offensive Line Coach

  • Mike Gillhamer

    Secondary Coach

  • Frank Giufre

    Offensive Quality Control Coach

  • Jim Hostler

    Wide Receivers Coach

  • Richard Howell

    Assistant Strength Coach

  • Hal Hunter

    Offensive Line Coach

  • Roger Marandino

    Strength and Conditioning Coach

  • Alfredo Roberts

    Tight Ends Coach

  • Brad White

    Outside Linebackers Coach

  • Charlie Williams

    Charlie Williams enters his 30th year of coaching and his first as the running backs coach of the Indianapolis Colts. He spent the past three seasons (2012-14) as the team’s wide receivers coach. Last year, Indianapolis receivers combined to record 219 receptions for 3,004 yards and 16 touchdowns. T.Y. Hilton became the third player in franchise history to post back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons and recorded the most receptions (214), receiving yards (3,289) and 100-yard receiving games (16) in the first three seasons of a player’s career in Colts history. He also earned his first career Pro Bowl nod. Reggie Wayne finished second on the team with 64 receptions for 779 yards and moved up to seventh place in NFL history in career receptions (1,070) and eighth in receiving yards (14,345). First-year receiver Donte Moncrief became the seventh rookie in team history to record multiple 100-yard receiving games in a single season. In 2013, Williams coached a group of receivers led by Wayne and Hilton. Hilto