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Colts’ Donte Moncrief to have large role in offense

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports Donte Moncrief was selected by the Indianapolis Colts with their second round pick in last years NFL Draft, and he showed quite a bit of potential in his first year with the team. He is a very big body on the outside with impressive speed, and his hands are above average as well. It appears that Moncrief is going to have a much bigger role in 2015...
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Texans owner on Andre Johnson: Players 'never want to acknowledge that they’ve lost a step'

Houston Texans owner Bob McNair thinks it was human nature for his former player, WR Andre Johnson to scoff at a reduced role on team if he had stayed on for 2015. "Every athlete I think would like to play forever," McNair said at the NFL Owner Meetings this week.  "They never want to acknowledge that they’ve lost a step or they can’t quite do what they did before. Just...
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Indianapolis Colts 2015 draft order

The Indianapolis Colts have 9 picks to play with when the 2015 NFL Draft begins on April 30th in Chicago. Breakdown of Colts' 2015 selections: First round: 29th overall selection Second round: 61st overall selection Third round: 93rd overall selection Fourth round: 128th overall selection Fifth round: 165th overall selection Sixth round: 204th overall selection...
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This photo of Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck playing soccer as a kid is amazing

Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck was once a star at a different kind of fútbol. The Colts’ Twitter account sent out this picture Thursday of a young Luck playing soccer and it’s awesome. Soccer was the first organized game Andrew Luck ever played. Nice job #ColtsNation! — Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) March 27, 2015 Look at the vertical! AROUND...
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Indianapolis Colts: Mock Draft 2.0

For this edition of the Indianapolis Colts Mock Draft, a seventh-round compensatory has been awarded, and some of the choices may have changed due to the recent free agent signings. Round One 29th Selection Eddie Goldman (Florida State) Nose Tackle A huge piece to have on the front of the 3-4 defense, nose tackle Eddie Goldman out of Florida State would be a huge addition on...
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Indianapolis Colts Ready to Let Chuck Pagano Walk?

The short tenure of Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano has been an interesting one to say the least., He had the unenviable task of rebuilding a 2-14 team, but instead had to focus on his own health and let someone else do it. He has guided the team to the playoffs in each of his three seasons and even got the team a game from playing in the Super Bowl.So why on Earth are...
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Report: Colts won’t extend Chuck Pagano before season

Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports Indianapolis Colts coach is entering the final year of the four-year contract he signed when he was hired in 2012. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Colts are not expected to work out a contract extension with Pagano prior to the season. The Colts reached the AFC title game this past season before losing to the New England Patriots by...
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Is Chuck Pagano receiving the Jim Harbaugh treatment?

There are reports surfacing that the Indianapolis Colts don’t plan on extending head coach Chuck Pagano this offseason. Despite leading Indianapolis to the playoffs in each of the past three seasons, Pagano is now prepared to enter into a make-or-break 2015 campaign. This is interesting for a number of reasons. First and foremost, Pagano’s success has been nearly unparalleled...
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Colts Won’t Extend HC Chuck Pagano’s Contract Before The Season

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Colts are not expected to sign HC Chuck Pagano to a contract extension before the start of the 2015 season. According to Rapoport, Pagano will play out the final year of his contract before the two sides consider an extension. The Colts hired Pagano back in 2012. ... The post Colts Won’t Extend HC Chuck Pagano’s Contract Before The Season...
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CA Radio: Offseason Audibles Ep. 4 w/ guest Stephen Holder of The Indy Star

The Indy Star’s Colts beat writer Stephen Holder joins Kyle at 8 p.m. ET to discuss the Colts’ offseason direction after an active free agency. At 8:30 p.m., regular co-host Greg Cowan joins Kyle to discuss draft strategy and remaining holes in the roster for 2015 and beyond. Listen to today’s show by clicking HERE! Also follow us on Stitcher: The number to call in is (619...
Via The Colts Authority
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New at Colts Academy: Offensive Line Reviews

Over at Colts Academy, we’ve re-started content for the offseason. First up is a series reviewing the offensive line, led by none other than Ben Gundy. The series will go through the offensive line, from the dregs of the roster (I STILL LIKE THAT TERM SO SUE ME) to the studs (I see you, AC). Here’s what we have up so far: David Arkin and Jamon Merideth Xavier Nixon Khaled Holmes...
Via The Colts Authority
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts 2015 NFL Mock Draft (3.0) – 7 Rounds

The Colts did well at providing a veteran presence at a few positions of need in free agency, but they also lost some players. With some holes left to fill, the Colts will benefit greatly from their nine draft selections – a refreshment compared to their meager five draft picks in last year’s draft.With the 29th pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts select...Round...
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Grading the Indianapolis Colts offseason moves

Recently I sat down with Alex Hoegler of, to discuss the Indianapolis Colts offseason moves thus far. Outside of of possibly Buffalo and Philadelphia, no other team has made a bigger splash than Indy. 1. Who is the Colts best free agent pick up? Alex: Without a doubt, it’s Andre Johnson. Before I address him, I need to point out I love the Frank Gore signing. Yes, I’m...
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Win Tickets to the Blue Breakfast!

Blue Breakfast at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center Have breakfast with me, Colts offensive lineman and Hamilton Southeastern graduate Joe Reitz, RTV 6’s Rafael Sanchez, and hear how Coburn Place is changing the lives of Indiana women and children. Believe and achieve…there’s no better way to start your day! Join us April 2nd from 7-9 AM at the home of the Colts. And...
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Report: Indianapolis Colts won’t be extending QB Andrew Luck in 2015

The Indianapolis Colts will obviously lock up Andrew Luck long term at some point. It won’t happen this year, though. Jim Irsay puts the issue of Andrew Luck's contract to rest for now. — IndyStar (@indystar) March 24, 2015 Here’s Irsay’s direct quote when asked about extending Luck this offseason: “Not right now,”...
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Colts in No Rush to Negotiate a New Contract for Andrew Luck

With two years remaining on his rookie contract, the Indianapolis Colts don’t seem to be in a hurry to sign franchise quarterback Andrew Luck to a lucrative long-term extension. Colts’ owner Jim Irsay explained the team’s plans regarding Luck’s deal (via ESPN). Andrew still has two years left, and whatever our talks are between Andrew and his people will remain confidential...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts: Safety is not the biggest need

For the Indianapolis Colts, safety is the biggest hole on the roster, but it is not the biggest need. That title belongs to the defensive line. Kendall Langford replacing Cory Redding isn’t the answer to the New England Patriots ramming the ball down the Colts’ throats for 45 minutes a game. The Colts need help up front, and badly. Sure, there are more unknowns in the defensive...
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Jerrell Freeman: Another Possible Colts Conundrum

On March 5th the Indianapolis Colts placed a qualifying offer on, restricted free agent linebacker, Jerrell Freeman and as of yet he has not signed his tender. In short, this means that if a team wishes to attain Freeman’ services they could put in an offer and the Colts at this time would either match/beat said team’s offer, or allow Freeman to walk – in which the Colts would...
Via Pro Football Spot
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts: Three reasons why signing Johnson was big

The Indianapolis Colts picked up some pieces to add to their arsenal when they signed players including running back Frank Gore, outside linebacker Trent Cole, and wide receiver Andre Johnson. Out of those three and the other players they signed, Johnson was a huge pick up the Colts needed on offense and there are three reasons why. Johnson gets a good quarterback At first, I was...
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Delano Howell Should Be in the Mix for the Colts

One of the Indianapolis Colts' strongest defensive units from last season, safety, is now in dire straits. So much so that now its only unquestioned starter is a senior citizen by NFL standards.To pair with the reigning Pro Bowler Mike Adams, who would currently be starting for the Colts? The answer may be someone who is not currently on the roster but is a familiar face.Delano Howell’s...
Via Pro Football Spot
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts sign G Todd Herremans

Herremans was one of several veterans cut or traded by the Eagles this off-season, in an effort to free up as much cap space as possible for free agency, in the first off-season that Chip Kelly has had control over the roster. Herremans was owed 4 million in 2015 and the Eagles saved 2.8 million on the cap immediately by letting him go. It was a smart move. Herremans is an accomplished...
Via The Football Fan Spot
7 days ago  |  Discuss

The True Value of the Colts’ Free Agent Contracts

When it comes to NFL contracts, the substance rarely matches the flash. While deals are announced as six-year, umpteen million dollar contracts upon signing, the total value of said contracts is rarely reached. Whether it’s via incentives that are never reached, non-guaranteed salaries that result in early releases or veteran restructuring to save cap space, teams have plenty...
Via The Colts Authority
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Trent Richardson likely to file grievance against Colts

Running back Trent Richardson was just released by the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday. This news is not too surprising considering the way he was phased out of the team’s lineup towards the end of the 2014 season. According to ESPN’s Mike Wells, the Colts might not have had just cause to suspend Richardson for conduct detrimental to the team. Richardson will likely file a...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Trent Richardson on release: ‘I’ll be one of the top running backs from here on out’

Trent Richardson’s two-year stint with the Indianapolis Colts was a bad marriage that needed to end. The Colts finally released him on Thursday after handing down multiple fines and declaring him inactive for several playoff games during his stint with the team. And even though the former Alabama star rushed for a paltry 3.09 yards per carry during his two seasons with the team...
Via The Sports Daily
15 days ago  |  Discuss

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