Former OC Christensen to stay with Colts as QBs coach

Clyde Christensen, who served as the Indianapolis Colts' offensive coordinator in the previous two seasons, will remain with the team as quarterbacks coach for the 2012 campaign.

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The move of Christensen, as well as the hiring of eight additional assistants, meant first-year coach Chuck Pagano has filled out his first Colts staff.

Gary Emanuel will coach the defensive line, Jeff FitzGerald will coach linebackers, Mike Gillhamer is in charge of the secondary and Brad White will be in charge of defensive quality control.

Joe Gilbert takes over as assistant offensive line coach, Frank Giufre is in charge of offensive quality control, with Alfredo Roberts in charge of tight ends and Charlie Williams leading the receivers.

Pagano already had hired Bruce Arians as offensive coordinator and Greg Manusky as defensive coordinator.

The Colts have undergone a major overhaul since going an NFL-worst 2-14.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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