Colts GM Chris Ballard: ‘I want someone that’s 100 percent committed’

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INDIANAPOLIS — Colts general manager Chris Ballard ended his Wednesday news conference with a drop-the-mic line: “The rivalry is back on.”

Source: Tuesday meeting convinced McDaniels

Tuesday’s meeting with Bill Belichick helped to convince Josh McDaniels to change his mind and stay with the Patriots, sources told ESPN.

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  • That was Ballard’s reaction to the Patriots and their offensive coordinator, Josh McDaniels, who reversed field and decided to remain in New England rather than become the next head coach of the Colts.

    According to Ballard, McDaniels called him on Tuesday and said he had bad news.

    “I just said, ‘I just need a yes or no answer. Are you in or out?'”

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