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  • Tue., Apr. 22, 2014 5:00PM - 7:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Family Resource Night Extravaganza

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Fri., Apr. 25, 2014 11:00AM - 12:30PM EDT Colts In Motion - Plainfield Elementary Schools Walkathon

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Sat., Apr. 26, 2014 10:00AM EDT Colts In Motion - Indy Mutt Strut

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Sun., Apr. 27, 2014 10:00AM - 5:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - WTHR Health & Fitness Expo

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Fri., May. 09, 2014 6:00PM - 9:00PM EDT Official Draft Party On Friday, May 9, fans can attend the team’s Official Drafty Day Party, sponsored in part by Bud Light and 1070 The Fan, to catch coverage of the draft at Colts Grille from 6-9 p.m.
  • Fri., Jun. 13, 2014 6:00PM - 9:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Cool Creek Concert Series

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Mon., Jun. 16, 2014 6:00PM - 8:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Indiana FFA Convention Chapter Fun Night

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Fri., Jun. 20, 2014 9:00AM - 11:00AM EDT Colts In Motion - Touch A Truck

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Sat., Jun. 28, 2014 5:00PM - 7:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Indiana Legend Carl Storie with special guest Brett Wiscons Concert

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Sun., Jul. 06, 2014 1:00PM - 3:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Lights Over Morse Lake 4th of July Festival

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

Coaches

Bruce Arians
Offensive Coordinator
College:
Virginia Tech
Hometown:
Paterson, NJ
Experience:
20

Bruce Arians begins his second stint with the Indianapolis Colts after being named the team’s offensive coordinator on January 31, 2012.

Arians comes to Indianapolis from the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he spent eight seasons, five as the offensive coordinator (2007-2011) and three as the wide receivers coach (2004-2006). As the offensive coordinator, the Steelers recorded a 55-25 record, which was tied for the second-best mark in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers. Pittsburgh also won three AFC North Division titles, two AFC Championships and were the victors of Super Bowl XLIII. Arians was also part of the Steelers’ Super Bowl XL Championship as the team’s wide receivers coach.

Under Arians’ direction, the Steelers offense ranked 12th in the NFL in 2011 in total offense, averaging 372.3 yards per game. The Pittsburgh passing attack was 10th in the league (253.4 ypg) and Steelers quarterbacks combined for the sixth-best completion percentage (63.3) and the 10th-highest passer rating (89.7).

During his tenure with the Steelers, Arians was instrumental in the development of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, helping him become the second-youngest quarterback to win two Super Bowls (26 years, 336 days). From 2007-2011, Roethlisberger averaged 247.4 net passing yards per game, which ranked eighth in the NFL and fifth in the AFC. In 2007, Roethlisberger got elected to his first Pro Bowl as he broke Terry Bradshaw’s team record for touchdown passes in a season with 32. Roethlisberger also finished with a team record quarterback rating of 104.1 that season.

In 2009, the Steelers’ offensive unit became the first in team history to boast a 4,000-yard passer, two 1,000-yard receivers and a 1,000-yard rusher in the same season. The team also broke franchise records for passing first downs (210) and passes completed (351).

Arians also helped wide receiver Hines Ward develop into one of the top receivers in the game. In his eight seasons with Arians, Ward went to two Pro Bowls and was named Super Bowl XL MVP after finishing with 123 receiving yards and one touchdown. Ward also became the Steelers’ all-time receptions leader, surpassing Hall of Famer John Stallworth, and in 2007 became the team’s career leader in receiving yards and touchdown receptions. In 2010, Ward became the first receiver in Steelers history, and fifth in NFL history, to reach 11,000 career receiving yards.

Prior to joining the Steelers, Arians spent three seasons (2001-2003) as offensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns. In 2002 under his guidance, the Browns scored their most points since the 1987 season and also improved in virtually every major offensive category from the three years prior to his arrival.

In his first stint with the Colts, Arians spent three seasons (1998-2000) as the team’s quarterback coach. While working with Arians in 2000, quarterback Peyton Manning totaled 4,413 yards and 33 touchdowns to break his own club season record. His 33 touchdown passes established a Colts franchise record previously held by Johnny Unitas.

Arians began his coaching career in 1975 as a graduate assistant at Virginia Tech. A 1974 Hokie graduate, Arians played quarterback and was voted the team’s MVP as a senior.

Arians held an assistant coaching position at Mississippi State (running backs and wide receivers) from 1978-1980 before heading to Alabama to coach running backs (1981-1982) under Paul “Bear” Bryant. He was also the head coach at Temple University (1983-1988), the running backs coach for the Kansas City Chiefs (1989-1992), the offensive coordinator at Mississippi State (1993-1995) and the tight ends coach for the New Orleans Saints (1996), before returning to Alabama in 1997 as the offensive coordinator.

Arians was born in Paterson, New Jersey. He and his wife, Christine, have a son, Jake, and daughter, Kristi Anne.

Coaching Career

1975-1976:  Virginia Tech - Graduate Assistant
1977: Virginia Tech - Running Backs
1978-1980: Mississippi State - Running Backs/Wide Receivers
1981-1982: Alabama - Running Backs
1983-1988: Temple - Head Coach
1989-1992: Kansas City Chiefs - Running Backs
1993-1995: Mississippi State - Offensive Coordinator
1996: New Orleans Saints - Tight Ends
1997: Alabama - Offensive Coordinator
1998-2000: Indianapolis Colts - Quarterbacks
2001-2003: Cleveland Browns - Offensive Coordinator
2004-2006: Pittsburgh Steelers - Wide Receivers
2007-2011: Pittsburgh Steelers - Offensive Coordinator
2012: Indianapolis Colts - Offensive Coordinator

Bruce Arians begins his second stint with the Indianapolis Colts after being named the team’s offensive coordinator on January 31, 2012.

Arians comes to Indianapolis from the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he spent eight seasons, five as the offensive coordinator (2007-2011) and three as the wide receivers coach (2004-2006). As the offensive coordinator, the Steelers recorded a 55-25 record, which was tied for the second-best mark in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers. Pittsburgh also won three AFC North Division titles, two AFC Championships and were the victors of Super Bowl XLIII. Arians was also part of the Steelers’ Super Bowl XL Championship as the team’s wide receivers coach.

Under Arians’ direction, the Steelers offense ranked 12th in the NFL in 2011 in total offense, averaging 372.3 yards per game. The Pittsburgh passing attack was 10th in the league (253.4 ypg) and Steelers quarterbacks combined for the sixth-best completion percentage (63.3) and the 10th-highest passer rating (89.7).

During his tenure with the Steelers, Arians was instrumental in the development of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, helping him become the second-youngest quarterback to win two Super Bowls (26 years, 336 days). From 2007-2011, Roethlisberger averaged 247.4 net passing yards per game, which ranked eighth in the NFL and fifth in the AFC. In 2007, Roethlisberger got elected to his first Pro Bowl as he broke Terry Bradshaw’s team record for touchdown passes in a season with 32. Roethlisberger also finished with a team record quarterback rating of 104.1 that season.

In 2009, the Steelers’ offensive unit became the first in team history to boast a 4,000-yard passer, two 1,000-yard receivers and a 1,000-yard rusher in the same season. The team also broke franchise records for passing first downs (210) and passes completed (351).

Arians also helped wide receiver Hines Ward develop into one of the top receivers in the game. In his eight seasons with Arians, Ward went to two Pro Bowls and was named Super Bowl XL MVP after finishing with 123 receiving yards and one touchdown. Ward also became the Steelers’ all-time receptions leader, surpassing Hall of Famer John Stallworth, and in 2007 became the team’s career leader in receiving yards and touchdown receptions. In 2010, Ward became the first receiver in Steelers history, and fifth in NFL history, to reach 11,000 career receiving yards.

Prior to joining the Steelers, Arians spent three seasons (2001-2003) as offensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns. In 2002 under his guidance, the Browns scored their most points since the 1987 season and also improved in virtually every major offensive category from the three years prior to his arrival.

In his first stint with the Colts, Arians spent three seasons (1998-2000) as the team’s quarterback coach. While working with Arians in 2000, quarterback Peyton Manning totaled 4,413 yards and 33 touchdowns to break his own club season record. His 33 touchdown passes established a Colts franchise record previously held by Johnny Unitas.

Arians began his coaching career in 1975 as a graduate assistant at Virginia Tech. A 1974 Hokie graduate, Arians played quarterback and was voted the team’s MVP as a senior.

Arians held an assistant coaching position at Mississippi State (running backs and wide receivers) from 1978-1980 before heading to Alabama to coach running backs (1981-1982) under Paul “Bear” Bryant. He was also the head coach at Temple University (1983-1988), the running backs coach for the Kansas City Chiefs (1989-1992), the offensive coordinator at Mississippi State (1993-1995) and the tight ends coach for the New Orleans Saints (1996), before returning to Alabama in 1997 as the offensive coordinator.

Arians was born in Paterson, New Jersey. He and his wife, Christine, have a son, Jake, and daughter, Kristi Anne.

Coaching Career

1975-1976:  Virginia Tech - Graduate Assistant
1977: Virginia Tech - Running Backs
1978-1980: Mississippi State - Running Backs/Wide Receivers
1981-1982: Alabama - Running Backs
1983-1988: Temple - Head Coach
1989-1992: Kansas City Chiefs - Running Backs
1993-1995: Mississippi State - Offensive Coordinator
1996: New Orleans Saints - Tight Ends
1997: Alabama - Offensive Coordinator
1998-2000: Indianapolis Colts - Quarterbacks
2001-2003: Cleveland Browns - Offensive Coordinator
2004-2006: Pittsburgh Steelers - Wide Receivers
2007-2011: Pittsburgh Steelers - Offensive Coordinator
2012: Indianapolis Colts - Offensive Coordinator