The Indianapolis Colts announced Tuesday it will be cutting ties from longtime Running Backs Coach Gene Huey.

Huey spent 19 years with the team and his 304 regular season games were the most for an assistant in franchise history. He was credited for the development of Edgerrin James, Marshall Faulk and Joseph Addai.

"I thank Gene Huey for the work he has done for the club for many seasons," Head Coach Jim Caldwell said.  "During his time, Gene played a key role with many players both on and off the field, and he was a part of coaching staffs that helped create a very special time in franchise history.  I thank him for his contributions and wish him continued success."