FILE - In this Dec. 16, 2012, Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell watches the Ravens warm up before an NFL football game against the Denver Broncos in Baltimore. A year ago, Caldwell was head coach of an Indianapolis Colts team that struggled through a 2-14 season without injured Peyton Manning. Now, as offensive coordinator of the Ravens, his job Sunday will be to help oust the new-look Colts from the NFL playoffs. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)The Associated Press
OWINGS MILLS, Md. – Jim Caldwell spent 10 years doing his best to help the Indianapolis Colts win.
Now Baltimore's offensive coordinator, he is focused on them losing.
Caldwell and the Ravens host the Colts on Sunday in a first-round playoff game. Although Caldwell still has warm feelings for his former organization, he's intent upon putting together a strong game plan for Baltimore's offense.
Caldwell was the Colts' head coach from 2009-11. He was hired to be Baltimore's quarterbacks coach last February and promoted to offensive coordinator last month. Caldwell likes his role, but still wants to be an NFL head coach.
He says, "Anybody in this business would certainly like to get to the point where they reach the top of their profession. ... I'm no different."