Painter spent most of last season presiding over the collapse of the Indianapolis Colts, a tumble that led to Peyton Manning's release and the drafting of rookie quarterback Andrew Luck. Painter's knack for reshaping organizations from top to bottom ended in Indy, however, and he's now looking for work.
On a happier note, linebacker Sergio Kindle made the Ravens' 53-man roster, capping a comeback two years in the making.
The next step for Kindle is keeping his roster spot after missing all of 2010 with a fractured skull, the result of falling down a flight of stairs in Texas. After appearing in just two games last season, Kindle sounds like a man ready to enjoy this victory (safely).
"Jump for joy and do a back flip if I could," Kindle told the Ravens' official website. "Wouldn't want to land on my head, though. I'll do a ninja turtle roll."