INDIANAPOLIS — A person with knowledge of the contract told The Associated Press on Monday night the Indianapolis Colts have given Coach Chuck Pagano a contract extension.

The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the team has not officially announced the extension.

No contract terms were available.

Pagano led the Colts to the playoffs in his first three seasons in charge, advancing one step further each year, losing in the 2014 AFC championship game.

But plagued by injuries, including to star quarterback Andrew Luck, Indianapolis went 8-8 this season as Houston won the AFC South.

The 55-year-old coach’s job appeared to be in jeopardy, but he and team owner Jim Irsay spent most of Monday meeting, and the deal was reached in the evening.

CHARGERS: Mike McCoy will return as coach of the Chargers despite a 4-12 record this season.

The next big question is whether he’ll be coaching them in San Diego or Los Angeles.

“I’m very thankful for the opportunity to be back,” McCoy said Monday, a day after the Chargers lost at Denver to go winless in the AFC West for the first time since 1984, the year Alex Spanos bought the team.

Alex Spanos’ son, Dean, the team’s chairman, wants to move the Chargers to the Los Angeles area.

The team was expected to file for relocation Monday, along with the Oakland Raiders and St. Louis Rams.

NFL owners could decide next week whether any of the teams move to Los Angeles next season.

BRONCOS: Gary Kubiak isn’t ready to say who his starting quarterback is for the playoffs. He’s just knows it’s a nice problem to have.

Peyton Manning or Brock Osweiler.

The Broncos (12-4) secured the AFC’s top seed when Manning replaced Osweiler on Sunday and led Denver to a 27-20 win over San Diego.

Kubiak said he’ll evaluate the health and play of his quarterbacks over the next few days before making up his mind.

49ers: San Francisco CEO Jed York is retaining Trent Baalke with the idea that the general manager will hire a new coach and turn around this once-proud franchise in a hurry.

York made the announcement that Baalke would stay one day after firing first-year coach Jim Tomsula after a 19-16 overtime victory against the St. Louis Rams to finish the season.

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick has a torn ligament in the thumb on his throwing hand and surgery has been recommended. That could happen as soon as this week once he receives a second opinion on the injury.

He also will have his surgically repaired left shoulder checked during a visit to the Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado. Kaepernick, who was demoted in November after his struggles, said “continued pain” in the thumb caused concern but he didn’t know the extent of the injury until undergoing an MRI exam last week.

BILLS: Defensive tackle Marcell Dareus finished the team’s season finale playing with a broken left foot.

VIKINGS: Tight end Rhett Ellison is done for the season with a torn patellar tendon in his right knee that will require surgery and a six-month recovery.

Panthers: Coach Ron Rivera said cornerback Charles Tillman will miss the playoffs with a torn ACL in his right knee.

Tillman sustained the injury in the third quarter of Carolina’s 38-10 win over Tampa Bay on Sunday.

SEAHAWKS: Marshawn Lynch has rejoined Seattle just in time for the playoffs.

Coach Pete Carroll said on his radio show that Lynch was back at the team’s facility after missing the final seven games of the regular season and undergoing abdominal surgery.