INDIANAPOLIS — Jim Caldwell keeps insisting he is not concerned about his job security. He's more worried with doing the job he still has.

To the Colts, the season finale on Sunday against Jacksonville is about far more than draft position.

With more than a dozen players ready to become restricted or unrestricted free agents, there are questions about the fate of Caldwell and his coaching staff and even the head honchos in Indy's front office. The Jaguars game could be the final audition to keep their jobs -- or to impress another team that is willing to sign them.

For most NFL teams, this is a typical end-of-season routine.

For the Colts, who had been to playoffs every year since 2002, it's a rarity.