After a terrible season, the Indianapolis Colts got rid of multiple pieces of their top management positions, and today it was announced that Jim Caldwell will be looking for a new job as well.

First it was Bill Polian and Chris Polian who were removed from the team’s front office. The Vice Chairman and his General Manager son were removed from their positions more than a week ago, and while the team sought out new individuals to fill those spots, the decision wasn’t final on Head Coach Caldwell despite the team’s horrendous record.

Caldwell started his tenure at Head Coach three seasons ago, amassing a record of 14-2, leading up to a loss in the Super Bowl to the New Orleans Saints. Last season he lead the Colts to a record of 10-6 before losing to the Jets in the opening round of the playoffs. With Peyton Manning sidelined the entire year, the 2011 Colts only won 2 games. Long-time offensive coordinator / offensive assistant Tom Moore left the team following the 2010 season.

There’s still no word as to whom new Colts General Manager Ryan Grigson will hire to replace Caldwell.