On Friday the Colts lost offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, who became the new head coach of the Cardinals. One day later, the Colts lost another member of their coaching staff, offensive line coach Harold Goodwin, who will join Arians in the desert as the Cardinals' new offensive coordinator, according to the Indianapolis Star's Mike Chappell.
Before spending the 2012 season overseeing the Colts' offensive line, Goodwin worked with Arians in Pittsburgh from 2007-2011, where he was the Steelers O-line and QB coach.
Goodwin will have his work cut out for him in Arizona. The Cardinals were the NFL's worst offense in 2012, averaging a paltry 263.1 yards per game. Goodwin replaces Mike Miller, who held the post the past two seasons.