It was reported that Foerster recently interviewed and was one of three candidates the Colts were considering for one of their offensive line coaching positions.
Foerster spent last season with the San Francisco 49ers as their offensive line coach, but could be on the move as 49ers head coach Jim Tomsula was recently fired–meaning a new coaching staff could be coming in or Foerster could be seeking a new opportunity all together.
Prior to this season, the 54 year old coach spent 5 years as the Washington Redskins offensive line coach (2010-14). Before joining the Redskins, Foerster had his 1st tour of duty coaching the San Francisco 49ers offensive line (2008-09).
However, he’s also coached the offensive line of the Baltimore Ravens (2005-07), having also been their assistant head coach during that time.
It’s not the 1st time that Foerster could potentially be a coach for the Colts, as he served as the team’s tight ends coach during the 2002-03 seasons. Foerster coached one of the Colts all-time tight end greats Dallas Clark during his rookie season in 2003, as well as fellow tight end standout Marcus Pollard for two seasons.
Prior to joining the Colts, Foerster served as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive line coach from 1996-2001. He has over 33 seasons of coaching experience.
Foerster played collegiately at Colorado State and was a center for the Rams from 1979-82. While he joined the team as a walk-on, he eventually earned a scholarship during his sophomore year.