INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Tony Dungy isn't saying anything definitive about his future coaching plans.
The Colts field boss acknowledged today that he'll talk with his wife and team officials after this season before deciding what to do next season. Dungy has considered retiring after each of the past two seasons.
Speculation about his potential departure was fueled by a report in The Tampa Tribune that says his son, Eric, enrolled at Plant High School in Florida. Eric Dungy, who turns 16 Saturday, was a receiver-defensive back at Park Tudor High School in Indianapolis the last two years, but reportedly began attending classes at Plant on Tuesday.
The 52-year-old Dungy signed a three-year contract extension in September of 2005. The deal was intended to keep him with the Colts
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