The Indianapolis Colts have not requested permission to interview Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg for their head coaching position, the Eagles said.
Mornhinweg is expected to interview this weekend with the Oakland Raiders in their seemingly ever-widening search for a coach.
That they have not done so yet does not necessarily mean the Colts are not interested. Mornhinweg's name surfaced when the Colts hired former Eagles director of player personnel Ryan Grigson as general manager last week. Grigson had been with the Eagles since 2004; Mornhinweg has been with the Birds since 2006.
The Colts have received permission to interview Tennessee Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray and New Orleans offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael, according to reports. It is also possible the Colts might be interested in Steve Spagnuolo, who interviewed for the defensive coordinator position Monday with Grigson and Jim Caldwell, before Caldwell was fired the next day.