Jim Caldwell like several others in his position, is in love with the Detroit Lions job.
Caldwell, who interviewed in Detroit on Friday, told the Lions official team site that he thinks the Lions’ vacancy is better than the typical coaching vacancy because there’s a strong nucleus of talented players who can build a good team.
“This is an unusual situation because of the fact that you don’t typically walk into a place that has a talented quarterback, one of the best receivers in all the game and just a fine nucleus,” he said, via the team’s website. “Then a defense that has an extremely talented front four. I saw them up close and personal [When the Ravens beat the Lions in Week 15].”
Caldwell has experience taking over a good team.
Caldwell led the Colts to the Super Bowl after stepping in for Tony Dungy.