2014 Pro Bowl, Team Sanders coaches: Chuck Pagano and his staff

Joe Robbins

The Colts are sending their staff down to Hawaii for some fun and sun this weekend.

On Sunday, Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders will once again match up against each other as they did so many times throughout their Hall of Fame careers. Only this time, it's as general managers.

Sanders' team is being coached up by the Indianapolis Colts coaching staff, led by head coach Chuck Pagano. Pagano just finished up his second season as the Colts head coach, leading them to an 11-5 record and their first playoff win since the Peyton Manning era.

Ultimately, Indianapolis was bounced in the Divisional round by the New England Patriots, freeing up Pagano and his crew for Hawaii. The offensive coordinator is Pep Hamilton, who is used to great weather having coached at Stanford before joining the Colts. Hamilton should be in Heaven considering the amount of weapons at his disposal.

Defensively, Pagano is hoping coordinator Greg Manusky can get the job done in a contest not known for its defensive prowess. Rounding out the staff is Tom McMahon, the special teams coordinator.

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