DETROIT: The Detroit Lions’ two-week search for a new head coach ended on Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila) with the hiring of Jim Caldwell, the National Football League team said. The 58-year-old Caldwell will replace Jim Schwartz, who was fired. Caldwell had a successful two-year run as the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts from 2009-10, taking the team to Super Bowl XLIV in his first season. The coach also won a Super Bowl with the Colts in 2006 as an assistant under Tony Dungy. He was named Indianapolis’s head coach following Dungy’s retirement after the 2008 season.