INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts have hired two assistant coaches for the upcoming 2016 season, and will not retain one coach.
Jim Herrmann has been hired as a linebackers coach and Darren Krein has been hired as the head strength and conditioning coach.
The team also announced it will not retain offensive line coach Hal Hunter.
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Herrmann came from the New York Jets and New York Giants, serving as linebackers coach in both stops.
Krein has been the head strength and conditioning coach of the Miami Dolphins for the last five seasons.
2015 was Hunter's first season as the offensive line coach. He was previously the assistant offensive line coach for the Colts from 2013-14.
The Colts gave up 37 sacks in 2015, about league average. The team was near last place in rushing and total offensive yards.