INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indianapolis Colts are still waiting to find out whether Tony Dungy will return as coach.
Since the Colts were eliminated in the first round of playoffs last week, Dungy has been at his home in Tampa, Florida, trying to decide whether to retire. It's the same routine he's gone through after each of the past few seasons.
Dungy may have dropped a few hints before heading to Tampa, though. On Sunday, Dungy told reporters he plans to meet with team president Bill Polian over the next month to discuss personnel issues. That could mean he'll be back. But no decision is expected at least until next week.
In the meantime, Polian has to contend with other major issues, starting with free agency. Center Jeff Saturday and cornerback Kelvin Hayden are among a handful of Colts players whose contracts are expiring.
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