Chuck Pagano is working to fill out his coaching staff. He's even hired a safeties coach before a defensive coordinator:
Marwan Maalouf will join the Colts as special-teams coach, and Roy Anderson will be their safeties coach, according to FoxSports.com. The Baltimore Sunalso reported the hirings. Maalouf was the Ravens' assistant special-teams coach in 2011, and Anderson was the Ravens' defensive assistant / secondary. Pagano was the Ravens' defensive coordinator before taking the Colts' head-coaching job last week.
Also, the Colts have added Alfredo Roberts, most recently the Buccaneers' TE coach, in the same capacity, according to the report.