Jim Caldwell (62) began his NFL coaching career in 2001 as the quarterbacks coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He joined the Indianapolis Colts in 2002 as the quarterbacks coach and assistant head coach through 2008 and helped them to a Super Bowl XLI win.
In 2009, Caldwell was named the head coach of the Colts following the retirement of Tony Dungy. Caldwell had one of the best debut seasons for a NFL head coach, starting 14-0 and ending with a record of 14-2 and a Super Bowl XLIV appearance. However, he flipped the script in his third and final season with a 2-14 record. He was fired after the season. Caldwell was named the quarterbacks and offensive coordinator for the Baltimore Ravens from 2012-13. He helped them to a Super Bowl XLVIII win over the San Francisco 49ers. Caldwell was named head coach of the Detroit Lions in 2014. Under him, the Lions have made two NFC Wild Card Game appearances. He owns a 53-43 regular season record prior to the 2017 season. HCR: 2017