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Colts interview St. Francis grad for GM

The Indianapolis Colts have held an interview with St. Francis High School product David Caldwell for their open general manager job. Caldwell has been the Atlanta Falcons' director of college scouting the past four years. Before that he spent 10 years as a college scout with the Colts.

Caldwell is a Buffalo native, and he was a two-year letterman as a linebacker at John Carroll University. He was an all-league receiver for St. Francis. John Carroll, a Division III school in suburban Cleveland, has long made an impact on the NFL. Chris Polian, son of Bill Polian and recently fired from the Colts with his dad, graduated from there in 1993. Other Blue Streak products: Colts player personnel chief Tom Telesco (1995), Niners offensive coordinator Greg Roman ('94), Pats player personnel chief Nick Caserio ('98) and Pats offensive aide and former Denver head coach Josh McDaniels ('99). Don Shula and London Fletcher are JCU products, too. Telesco and Chris Polian are St. Francis products, too.

---Mark Gaughan

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