The staff of new Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano is quickly being completed.
A source told FOXSports.com that three position coaches — Marwan Maalouf (special teams), Roy Anderson (safeties) and Alfredo Roberts (tight ends) — were added on Wednesday. The Colts also will retain running backs coach David Walker, the source said.
Maalouf and Anderson both come over from Baltimore with Pagano, who was the Ravens’ defensive coordinator before being hired to replace the fired Jim Caldwell. Roberts was Tampa Bay’s tight ends coach the past three seasons.
A source told FOXSports.com that the Ravens have hired Don “Wink” Martindale as their new linebackers coach. Martindale was Denver’s defensive coordinator in 2010 and spent last season out of football.
Dean Pees, who was Baltimore’s linebackers coach the past two seasons, was promoted to defensive coordinator to replace Pagano.
The Raiders also have made another coaching move. A source told FOXSports.com that Kansas City special teams coach Steve Hoffman has accepted the same position on new Oakland coach Dennis Allen’s staff. Earlier on Wednesday, FOXSports.com first reported that Houston Texans assistant offensive line coach Frank Pollack was hired as Oakland’s new offensive line coach.