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  • Colts Sign Second-Round LB Darius Leonard

    Pro Football Rumors "The Colts and second-round linebacker Darius Leonard have agreed on a rookie contract, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (Twitter link). Leonard, the final Indianapolis rookie to come under contract, will receive a four-year deal worth roughly $7.248MM, per Over the Cap. The 36th..." July 22

  • Hooker, Geathers Likely To Land On PUP List

    Pro Football Rumors "While Andrew Luck is expected at long last to be ready to go at Colts training camp, three of his teammates aren’t likely to join him at the Frank Reich-led practices’ outset. Colts left tackle Anthony Castonzo, along with safeties Malik..." July 20

  • President Donald Trump tweets about NFL national anthem debate that is 'alive and well again'

    ESPN "President Donald Trump is once again inserting himself into the culture war over protests by NFL athletes during the national anthem. Trump tweeted on Friday that he "can't believe" the debate has reignited after The Associated Press reported on the Miami Dolphins..." July 20

  • Colts QB Andrew Luck “Good To Go” For Training Camp

    NFL Trade Rumors "Colts GM Chris Ballard told reporters on Friday that QB Andrew Luck is “good to go” and won’t start off on the PUP list. “He’s gotta play, and he knows that,” Ballard said of Luck, per Geroge Bremer. " July 20

  • What kind of a deal can the NFL, NFLPA strike?

    Pro Football Talk "The timing was hardly coincidental that the NFL and NFLPA issued a joint statement pressing pause on the league’s new anthem policy only hours after word emerged regarding 2018 work rules from the Dolphins that vaguely connected violations of the anthem policy to potential..." July 20

  • The NFL Will Put Its New National Anthem Policy On Hold Amid Discussions With The Players Association

    Uproxx "In May, the NFL unilaterally instituted a new policy surrounding the national anthem that would punish players and teams for kneeling as away to protest police brutality against people of color. On the heels of that one-sided decision, the NFLPA filed a grievance, citing the..." July 20

  • Drew Brees picks Luck, Sproles as comeback favorites

    NFL.com "New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has his favorites to take home the NFL's Comeback Player of the Year. During a guest appearance on "The Ride" with JMV on 1070 The Fan, Brees revealed a short list, which included Indianapolis..." July 19

  • John Schnatter: ‘Papa John’s Doesn’t Want To Do Business With Roger Goodell’

    Total Pro Sports "ohn Schnatter clearly has a wish to end everything he has worded for up to this point, and it’s taken just under a year for him to completely destroy his image. The Papa Johns founder is already at rock bottom, but he decided to dig an even bigger hole on Friday during a recent..." July 15

  • NFLPA exec: 'There are serious consequences' to legalized sports betting

    The Score "NFLPA vice president of business and legal affairs Casey Schwab stated that legalized sports betting could have immense ramifications concerning player privacy. The U.S. Supreme Court voted 7-2 in May that the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act is unconstitutional,..." July 15

  • Colts get boost in 'Madden NFL 19' player ratings

    Indianapolis Star "Electronic Arts has released the final "Madden NFL 19" launch ratings for all players, and things aren't as dire for the Colts as the leak last month suggested. While the Colts are still without a player at 90 Overall or above, the other players on the team whose..." July 14

  • NFLPA Files Grievance Over NFL’s Anthem Policy

    Pro Football Rumors "The players’ union is filing a grievance against the NFL’s new anthem policy, the NFLPA announced on Tuesday. The union argues that the new policy violates the rights of players.  “Our union filed its non-injury grievance today on behalf of all players..." July 10

  • Malik Hooker: We’re definitely capable of winning now

    Pro Football Talk "It’s not uncommon to see NFL teams go from the bottom of the barrel to the playoffs over the course of a year and the Colts are one of this year’s candidates for such a move. Indianapolis went 4-12 last year, which prompted a coaching change and continued change to a..." July 08

  • Frank Reich Excited About Eric Ebron’s Leadership, ‘Big-Play Ability’

    Colts "Outstanding athletic ability and receiving skills.” … “Threatens every level.” … “Advanced route runner.” Back in 2014, that was the NFL.com scouting report on North Carolina tight end Eric Ebron. Frank Reich saw those same..." July 08

  • Malik Hooker might not be ready for Game 1

    Yardbarker "In April, Malik Hooker‘s recovery timeline was not certain to allow for training camp participation. Now, the Colts might have to enter the season without their second-year safety. Hooker is not a lock to be ready to start the season, Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star..." July 07

  • Colts' Andrew Luck sends autographed football to man who found his wallet

    CBS Sports "As he continues to work his way back onto the field after missing all of last season, Andrew Luck might need to work on his turnover issues, from protecting the football to hanging onto his wallet.  As Haleigh Hoffman of RTV6 Indianapolis brought to light, a man named Charles was..." July 07

  • NFL adds 15-yard penalty for grounds crew clearing snow for a field goal

    Pro Football Talk "Just before Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri lined up for a game-tying extra point on a snowy day last season in Buffalo, the Colts sent some sideline personnel onto the field to attempt to remove snow from the area where the kick would be lined up, and help Vinatieri get better footing...." July 06

  • NFL Still Has a Cheating Problem

    Bleacher Report "There's never been a player who quietly inspired more love, and potentially more hate, among NFL wide receivers than the Patriots' Julian Edelman. For years, there have been two differing opinions about Edelman. Some believed he was special—a..." July 06

  • Trump: NFL’s new anthem policy is ‘worse’ than old one

    New York Post "President Donald Trump is not done with the NFL yet, saying the league’s new national anthem policy is “worse” than the original one. During a campaign rally in Great Falls, Mont., Trump took aim at the NFL’s new policy again, which was passed in May and..." July 06

  • The NFL coaches likely on the hot seat

    Houston Chronicle "NFL teams are preparing for training camp and the 2018 season. There are coaches who seem to be on the proverbial hot seat. Three divisions – AFC South, NFC North and NFC West – don't have coaches who have trouble sitting as they enter crucial seasons. It'll be..." July 06

  • Hunter S. Thompson told Colts owner Jim Irsay to draft Ryan Leaf over Peyton Manning

    ESPN "What if Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay had taken the advice of journalist Hunter S. Thompson, received a $30 million loan from him and selected Ryan Leaf over Peyton Manning with No. 1 overall pick in 1998? There likely wouldn't have been the playoff appearances, the Super..." July 05

  • Colts still planning on deep balls to T.Y. Hilton

    1070 The Fan "When Nick Sirianni was coaching receivers for the Chiefs, and then the Chargers, he always saw T.Y. Hilton’s name pop up on the stat sheet. Sirianni wondered how the 5-9 Hilton routinely was among the league’s top wideouts. When Sirianni analyzed film of Hilton..." July 05

  • Fully-guaranteed NFL deal would result in shorter contracts

    Pro Football Talk "It’s the annual NBA free-agency frenzy, featuring B-level players getting more money than A-list NFL stars. Among other things, the money handed out to basketball players renews calls for fully-guaranteed NFL contracts. This year, Chargers left tackle and NFLPA executive..." July 04

  • Madden NFL 19 bestows Colts' Nelson with top grade among rookie class

    The Score "EA Sports released the initial player grades for the 2018 rookie class to be featured in Madden NFL 19 on Tuesday. Indianapolis Colts left guard - and No. 6 overall pick - Quenton Nelson came in at No. 1 with a grade of 83 overall. His 97 grade for strength ranks second to all players..." July 03

  • Pierre Desir Looking Forward To Opportunities in New Defense

    Colts "Pierre Desir was just hitting his stride with the Indianapolis Colts last season before a pectoral injury ended his season prematurely. Desir was on his way to a career year when he was injured making a tackle in Week 13, missing the final four games. Just two weeks before, he..." June 30

  • NFL saw 73 percent rise in preseason concussions last year

    Pro Football Talk "When training camps open around the league next month, the NFL wants teams to be mindful of the spike in preseason concussions last year. The NFL found that preseason concussions were up 73 percent from 2016 and that most of them occurred in 11-on-11 drills conducted in practices..." June 29

  • Robert Turbin Facing PED Suspension

    Pro Football Rumors "Colts running back Robert Turbin is facing a four-game suspension after testing positive for performance-enhancing substances. Turbin confirmed this news on his Twitter account. Turbin is entering the second season of his two-year Indianapolis deal and is now part of a Colts..." June 29

  • Andrew Luck still has no pain in throwing shoulder

    Indianapolis Star "Brody Marlin was six months old when his parents were told their baby had something called tuberous sclerosis, a rare, stubborn disease that suppresses the body’s ability to fight off tumors. Today he’s got too many to count, in darn near every part of his body. “They told us..." June 28

  • Colts Sign Second-Round Pick Braden Smith

    Pro Football Rumors "The Colts have signed second round pick Braden Smith, according to a team announcement. With that signing, the Colts have now formally inked ten of their eleven draft picks.  Smith, a 6’6″ guard, was taken with the No. 37 overall pick. The Auburn..." June 27

  • Frank Reich Impressed With Colts’ Tight Ends Group

    Colts "The Indianapolis Colts already had a steady, dependable Pro Bowler at the tight end position in Jack Doyle when they went out and signed another major playmaker at the position, Eric Ebron, in free agency this offseason. And while Doyle and Ebron are already expected to be among the..." June 21

  • Colts get creative to sell tickets

    Pro Football Talk "The Colts have had a hard time selling season tickets, so they’ll be selling half-season tickets. The team announced on Thursday that a pair of five-game packages are available, for the first time ever. “In today’s demanding world, consumers have more..." June 21

  • Adam Vinatieri: ‘I’m Not Looking To Hang Them Up Anytime Soon’

    Colts " Adam Vinatieri could very well become the National Football League’s all-time leader in career made field goals and points scored, and he could very well achieve those feats by midway through the 2018 season. Both achievements would be the cherry on top to what has already..." June 19

  • Eric Ebron turning heads in Indianapolis

    Pro Football Talk "Colts tight end Eric Ebron was a draft bust in Detroit, but he might be ready to make his mark in Indianapolis. That’s the word after the Colts wrapped up their offseason workouts, and coach Frank Reich said he loved what he saw of Ebron. “He’s really..." June 18

  • Colts will limit Andrew Luck’s workload in training camp

    Pro Football Talk "Andrew Luck threw real footballs last week. Yes, that’s still a big deal, as the Colts quarterback recovers from a shoulder injury that cost him last season. And while all signs are positive about his eventual recovery, he’s still very much in the process of..." June 18

  • Chris Ballard: We’ll keep getting Andrew Luck questions until he plays

    Colts "Chris Ballard, like most people across the National Football League, is looking forward to the chance to recharge his batteries a bit over the next few weeks. But don’t get things twisted — Ballard is itching for the start of training camp, too. After a busy, and..." June 16

  • Andrew Luck is throwing a football, so what's next for the Colts QB?

    Indianapolis Star "Andrew Luck has finally -- finally -- thrown a football. But that doesn't mean he's 100 percent back. What are the next steps for the Colts quarterback? Luck skipped Thursday’s practice after throwing in practice the previous two days. That collective..." June 16

  • Colts claim Zach Pascal off waivers from Tennessee

    Pro Football Talk "The Colts claimed receiver Zach Pascal off waivers from Tennessee. They waived receiver Kayaune Ross in a corresponding move. Pascal spent time on the Titans’ active roster and practice squad as a rookie in 2017 but did not see game action. He participated in Washington’s..." June 15

  • Mike Pereira: If the new rules don’t reduce concussions, the kickoff is gone

    Pro Football Talk "The NFL’s new rules designed to reduce the impacts on kickoffs represent a last-gasp effort to keep the play in the sport. That’s the word from former head of officiating Mike Pereira, who believes that if this year’s rule changes don’t result in the desired..." June 15

  • Colts' new offensive coordinator gets T.Y. Hilton crash course

    Indianapolis Star "Nick Sirianni has spent much of his coaching career tutoring wide receivers. As you might imagine, he would routinely chart the performances of the NFL’s top wideouts, dissecting their games to search for clues he could impart to his pupils. As Sirianni, most..." June 14

  • Colts Promote Ed Dodds To Assistant General Manager

    Pro Football Rumors "Colts GM Chris Ballard‘s staff is rounding into form. The organization announced a number of changes to their football operations staff earlier today, including the promotion of Ed Dodds to assistant general manager. Dodds has spent 16 years in the..." June 14

  • Report: NFLPA exploring legal options for fighting new anthem policy

    The Score "It appears the NFLPA is preparing for a legal battle with the NFL over its new anthem policy. The NFLPA has hired multiple law firms to begin researching potential avenues to fight the league's policy, a source told Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio. Florio..." June 14

  • Andrew Luck admittedly had a ‘mental block’ about throwing a regulation football

    Clutch Points "The Indianapolis Colts received some good news this week in regards to Andrew Luck’s status moving forward. The three-time Pro Bowler was finally seen throwing a football on the field and let it be known that he will be under center for Indianapolis come Week 1 in..." June 13

  • Former Colts GM Ryan Grigson to join Seahawks' front office

    Sporting News "  Ryan Grigson is landing on his feet once again. The front office executive is joining the Seahawks organization, according to Grigson's agent.  Grigson was most recently with the Browns, working as a senior personnel executive for one..." June 13

  • Andrew Luck: 'Absolutely,' I will play Week 1

    CBS Sports "Although Tuesday marked the first time Luck (shoulder) threw a football in public, he indicated after practice that he had been throwing a football for the last two weeks, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports. He also said after practice that he will "absolutely" play..." June 12

  • Andrew Luck resumes throwing footballs at Colts practice

    Larry Brown Sports "Indianapolis Colts fans have been waiting the better part of a year for a tangible positive update regarding Andrew Luck, and they finally got one on Tuesday. For the first time since before he was ruled out for the remainder of the season last year, Luck was spotted throwing passes..." June 12

  • HGH sent to Peyton Manning's home, but lawyers say it wasn't for QB according to report

    Indianapolis Star "Peyton Manning’s attorney confirmed human growth hormone shipments were sent to his home in Florida by an Indianapolis clinic, but said they were not intended to be used by him, according to documents filed in federal court. The HGH was meant for Peyton’s wife, Ashley..." June 12

  • Here's Brett Favre explaining how he basically invented RPOs because he was bored

    CBS Sports "Over the last few seasons, the run-pass option (RPO) has become increasingly popular in the NFL. The way it allows an offense to react to how the defense lines up and then reacts off the snap of the ball makes it easy to avoid negative plays that flow right into what the defense is doing, and..." June 11

  • Donald Trump asks NFL players to suggest people he should pardon

    WEEI Boston "Donald Trump discussed his plan for presidential pardons on Friday and made an offer to NFL players to suggest to him people he should pardon. "What I'm thinking to do, you have a lot of people in the NFL in particular ... they're not proud enough to stand for..." June 08

  • Colts Waive WR Kolby Listenbee From Injured Reserve

    NFL Trade Rumors "The Indianapolis Colts officially waived WR Kolby Listenbee from injured reserve on Thursday. Listenbee, 24, is a former sixth-round pick of the Bills back in 2016. The Bills waived with a non-football injury designation and he later signed on to the Dolphins’..." June 07

  • Andrew Luck, still not throwing, running out of time to ease Colts' anxiety

    Sporting News "With less than two months until training camp and as the Colts’ offseason program winds down, Andrew Luck still is not throwing in team drills. Despite proclamations of the Indianapolis front office that the quarterback will be ready to go full tilt on Day 1 of camp, there..." June 07

  • Colts TE Eric Ebron to Andrew Luck: ‘I’m 7-11, always open’

    Clutch Points "One of the major acquisitions that the Indianapolis Colts made this offseason was the free agent signing of former Detriot Lions tight end Eric Ebron on a two-year, $13 million deal. Since being acquired by the Colts, Ebron has spoken quite highly of the organization and the..." June 06

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