Staff

Kyle Childress, College Scouting Coordinator


Kyle Childress enters his first year with the Colts as the team’s college scouting coordinator. Childress has seven years of NFL experience and spent the last two seasons (2015-16) with the Kansas City Chiefs as senior assistant to the head coach. With the Chiefs, he worked directly with Head Coach Andy Reid in organizing the day-to-day operations of the team. Childress oversaw player and staff communications with the head coach and managed the football calendar, including the offseason program, mini-camp and in-season schedules. In his two seasons in Kansas City, the Chiefs were 23-9, made two playoff appearances and won the AFC West title in 2016. Prior to Kansas City, Childress spent five years with the Minnesota Vikings (2006-2010). After interning for one year, he served as a scouting assistant in the Vikings player personnel department. During Childress’ tenure with the Vikings, the franchise won two NFC North titles (2008 and 2009), including a 12-4 season in 2009. The 2008 division title was Minnesota’s first since 2000.

Kyle Childress, College Scouting Coordinator


Kyle Childress enters his first year with the Colts as the team’s college scouting coordinator. Childress has seven years of NFL experience and spent the last two seasons (2015-16) with the Kansas City Chiefs as senior assistant to the head coach. With the Chiefs, he worked directly with Head Coach Andy Reid in organizing the day-to-day operations of the team. Childress oversaw player and staff communications with the head coach and managed the football calendar, including the offseason program, mini-camp and in-season schedules. In his two seasons in Kansas City, the Chiefs were 23-9, made two playoff appearances and won the AFC West title in 2016. Prior to Kansas City, Childress spent five years with the Minnesota Vikings (2006-2010). After interning for one year, he served as a scouting assistant in the Vikings player personnel department. During Childress’ tenure with the Vikings, the franchise won two NFC North titles (2008 and 2009), including a 12-4 season in 2009. The 2008 division title was Minnesota’s first since 2000.