Patriots assistant coach Josh McDaniel's spoke to the media Friday for the first time out of the Colt's head coaching job, and it appears to be happy with the decision.
Gillette Stadium where McDaniel's fielded questions about turning down the job say he was "very happy" and "thankful." However, hey, hehe wants to be a head coach again.
"I've never heard of it again," McDaniels said, via the Patriots' team reporter .
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̵1; Mark Daniels (@MarkDanielsPJ) May 11, 2018
McDaniel's turned down the position with the Colts in February, but made it clear that it was a family decision.
"Indianapolis did a tremendous job. [what my future in New England was]McDaniels said in March.
McDaniels, 41 , started his NFL coaching career with the Patriots in 2001. He left in 2009 to serve as the head coach of the Broncos for two seasons before returning to New England. McDaniel's 15th overall with the Patriots.