Former Indianapolis Colts running backs coach Jemal Singleton took the same job with the Oakland Raiders, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 11, 2018
Singleton’s coaching career at the professional level began with Indianapolis in 2016 as the team’s running backs coach. The Colts were a below average running team this season. They totaled only 1,661 rushing yards (21st), 103.8 rushing yards per game (22nd), 3.7 yards per attempt (T-27th) 11 rushing touchdowns (T-19th), and seven fumbles (T-19th).
This is another coaching vacancy that the Colts will need to fill this off-season. Their new head coach will have a lot of options to get the personnel that he desires considering how they have already lost their tight ends coach Jim Hostler, offensive line coach Joe Philbin, defensive backs coach Greg Williams, special teams coordinator Tom McMahon, and running backs coach Jemal Singleton.