Colts to recognize Tom Moore
The Indianapolis Colts will recognize their long-time offensive coordinator on Sunday when they host the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The bigger issue might be whether Moore will recognize the Colts, who are 0-9 this season without him, and of course, without Peyton Manning steering the offense at quarterback.
Moore retired from the Colts after last season, but told the Indianapolis Star that he will also be a Colt, even though he has entertained other opportunities since leaving Indy.
Moore nearly joined Mike Munchak's inaugural staff in Tennessee, a story first reported by TitanInsider.com and later corroborated by ESPN's Chris Mortensen.
And he has done some consulting work for the New York Jets, but he remains attached to the Colts, who will honor him pre-game.
"My heart's still there," he said. "I'm not part of it realistically, but emotionally I still am," Moore said. "I have great love for the Indianapolis Colts. I appreciate the fact they're inviting me back. It means a lot to me."
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com