According to Fox Sports Senior NFL Reporter Alex Marvez, the Indianapolis Colts have interviewed former Atlanta Falcons running backs coach Gerald Brown and Vanderbilt cornerbacks coach Brett Maxie for their vacant coaching positions:
Brown previously served at the Atlanta Falcons running backs coach (2008-14). Prior to joining the Falcons, he was Indiana University’s running backs coach and special teams co-coordinator (2002-07).
While with the Falcons, he has coached the likes of Michael Turner to the Pro Bowl (2008, 2010), as well as fullback Ovie Mughelli (2010). During his time at Indiana University, he coached former New England Patriots running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis during his freshman season.
Maxie just spent the past two seasons as a secondary and cornerbacks coach for Vanderbilt.
Before joining the Commodores, Maxie was the Tennessee Titans defensive backs coach (2012-13), Dallas Cowboys defensive backs coach (2008-11), Miami Dolphins secondaries/safeties coach (2007), Atlanta Falcons defensive backs coach (2004-06), San Francisco 49ers defensive backs coach (2003-03), San Francisco 49ers assistant defensive secondary coach (1999-2001), and Carolina Panthers quality control/defensive backs coach (1998).
A former 13-year defensive back in the NFL, the 54 year old Maxie played with the New Orleans Saints (1985-1993), Atlanta Falcons (1994), Carolina Panthers (1995-96), and San Francisco 49ers (1997).
Maxie has 18 years of coaching experience.