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Colts' win against Texans could be Pagano's last as coach: 'I don't know what tomorrow brings'

Posted: 11:39 AM, Dec 31, 2017
Updated: 2017-12-31 16:46:53-05
ESPN: Colts' vs. Texans game to be Pagano's last
ESPN: Colts' vs. Texans game to be Pagano's last
ESPN: Colts' vs. Texans game to be Pagano's last
ESPN: Colts' vs. Texans game to be Pagano's last

INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano says he isn't sure what the future holds, but he's grateful for the last six years he's had with the Colts, no matter what happens next. 

ESPN's Adam Scheffer tweeted Saturday night that Sunday's game against the Texans would be Pagano's last game as coach of the Colts. 

If it happens, it will come as little surprise to most Colts fans after the team's rocky season and the third consecutive year that they've missed the playoffs. Indianapolis ended the year with a 4-12 record after a win against the Texans. 

"I don't know what tomorrow brings. I don't know what the next hour brings," Pagano said during the after game press conference on Sunday. "But I do know that I'm very grateful to Jim Irsay. I'm very grateful to the Irsay family. His unwavering commitment to football is second to none and he gave us - gave me - everything we needed to be successful."

Pagano has coached the Colts for the past six years and is on year two of his four-year contract. 

Former Indianapolis Colt Pat McAfee shared a message on Twitter after ESPN started speculating Pagano's future Saturday evening.