Andrew Luck admits he didn’t play well, even when healthyprofootballtalk.com Updated Jun 23 (yesterday)Colts quarterback Andrew Luck had an injury-plagued season in 2015, but injuries weren’t the only problem. Luck admitted in an interview with ESPN that he did not play well last season, even when he was healthy. “Injuries aside, I was not playing very g…Share TweetA day after the Colts announced Bill Polian was going into their Ring of Honor, one of his kids is out of the NFL. According to Jason Wolf of the Tennesseean, Titans pro scout Dennis Polian has resigned his job with the team to take a job with Texas A&a…Share Tweetyahoo.com Jun 21 (3 days ago)Bruce Arians has been living quite well since the end of the 2011 NFL season. He was given a chance to coach the Indianapolis Colts when Chuck Pagano was ill in 2012 and won an NFL coach of the year award. He got his first head-coaching job with the Ari…Share Tweet
Colts rookies get some eitquette trainingprofootballtalk.com Jun 21 (3 days ago)The Colts won’t be doing any on-field work until training camp opens, but the team’s rookies aren’t off to the four corners of the globe to enjoy a little time off before that gets underway. The new members of the club were in Indianapolis on Monday to …Share Tweet
Pagano has high praise for undrafted rookie running backprofootballtalk.com Jun 20 (4 days ago)The Colts considered drafting running back Josh Ferguson as soon as the fourth round, Stephen Holder of the Indy Star wrote recently, then made sure they wouldn’t be outbid by other suitors when Ferguson ended up going undrafted. Just a few weeks into F…Share TweetESPN.com Jun 20 (4 days ago)Colts' 53-man roster projection features 40 percent of offensive line as rookiesShare Tweet
Colts plan more rollouts to keep Andrew Luck uprightprofootballtalk.com Jun 17Last season was ugly for Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. This season, the Colts believe they can keep him healthy and effective by making him a moving target for opposing defenses. According to the Colts’ website, there are more rollouts in the playbook …Share TweetESPN.com Jun 16Colts' Andrew Luck 'reluctantly accepting' sliding to avoid hitsShare Tweet
Todd Herremans getting tryout with Ravensprofootballtalk.com Jun 15Veteran offensive lineman Todd Herremans is getting a look from the Baltimore Ravens. According to the Baltimore Sun, Herremans was at mini-camp with the Ravens on Tuesday on a tryout basis. Herremans has been a free agent since being released last Dece…Share Tweet
Colts OC Rob Chudzinski putting his prints on offense in first full seasonESPN.com Jun 14Colts OC Rob Chudzinski putting his prints on offense in first full seasonShare Tweetnytimes.com Jun 13Johnson began playing for the Jets when they were the New York Titans and helped them upset the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III.Share Tweet
Will Clayton Geathers start at safety and also play linebacker for the Colts?ESPN.com Jun 11Will Clayton Geathers start at safety and also play linebacker for the Colts?Share Tweet
Andrew Luck “reluctantly accepting” need to slide to avoid hitsprofootballtalk.com Jun 10The Colts have made no secret of their desire to see quarterback Andrew Luck do more to protect himself during games, particularly when he’s running out of the pocket on plays like the one that left Luck with a lacerated kidney last season. Luck accepte…Share Tweet
Andrew Luck: Contract situation doesn’t weigh on meA report this week said the contract talks between the Colts and quarterback Andrew Luck were progressing and that the team would like to reach agreement on an extension by July. Owner Jim Irsay confirmed that there’s been progress on Wednesday, but add…Share Tweet
Luck should insist on a percentage of the salary cap in future yearsThe Colts want to pay quarterback Andrew Luck a lot of money. Luck presumably wants to be paid a lot of money by the Colts. And the Colts presumably want to avoid having to go through this again, for as long as possible. For that reason, it’s no surpris…Share TweetESPN.com Jun 9Colts have gone from contenders to not being talked about this yearShare Tweet
Irsay: Luck deal not imminent, but both sides want to get it doneColts owner Jim Irsay says he and Andrew Luck, and everyone else involved in contract negotiations, want to get a long-term deal done as soon as they can. “It’s progressing well,” Irsay said. “We’ve had really good conversations. There is nothing new to…Share Tweet
Colts DE Anderson could miss start of seasonprofootballtalk.com Jun 8The knee injury that ended Colts defensive end Henry Anderson’s rookie season might cause him to miss the start of the 2016 season, too. Speaking to reporters Wednesday night at a special minicamp practice open to fans at Lucas Oil Stadium, Colts owner …Share Tweet
Report: Colts aim to finish Luck extension by Julyprofootballtalk.com Jun 8The Colts plan to have a contract extension for quarterback Andrew Luck done by July, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday. The report said the sides have been “moving closer” over the course of several conversations that started in February an…Share Tweet
Colts TE Dwayne Allen is doing twice-a-week yoga to help injury problemsESPN.com Jun 8Colts TE Dwayne Allen is doing twice-a-week yoga to help injury problemsShare Tweet
Colts punter Pat McAfee recovering from knee surgeryprofootballtalk.com Jun 7The Colts might not have as much quarterback depth the rest of OTAs and minicamp, but should be back to full strength by training camp. Colts punter/emergency quarterback volunteer Pat McAfee had surgery this offseason on his left (non-kicking) knee, bu…Share Tweet
Colts shuffle bottom of the roster, replacing injured linemanprofootballtalk.com Jun 6The Colts have had to shuffle the bottom of the roster, after an injury knocked out one of their undrafted rookies. The team announced that rookie guard Isiah Cage was waived-injured, and will revert to injured reserve if he clears waivers. They filled …Share Tweetjacksonville.com Jun 4There are a few mysteries in the AFC South heading into the season. ■ Is Brock Osweiler the answer for Houston at quarterback? ■ Can the Jaguars defense improve as much as the offense did last year? ■ Will the Titans still be listening to coach Mike Mul…Share Tweet
Former Colts LB Jonathan Newsome heading to CFLprofootballtalk.com Jun 3The Colts parted ways with linebacker Jonathan Newsome after a February arrest for marijuana possession and the 2014 fifth-round pick will now continue his professional football career in Canada. As a result of the arrest, Newsome faced a suspension to …Share TweetThe Colts changed defensive coordinators this offseason and made changes to the personnel, but at least one thing is the same as it has been for most of the last two decades. Robert Mathis is going to be counted on to be a leading pass rusher. The outsi…Share Tweet
Luck is 100 percent invested in ColtsJun 24Andrew Luck speaks with Bob Holtzman about his contract situation with the Colts and looks back at his performance from last season.
Luck poised to redefine QB marketJun 24Josina Anderson says Andrew Luck should be expected to make an average of $25 million per season when he signs a new contract, which falls in line with how the NFL's salary cap has risen.
Does Luck deserve to be the highest-paid QB?Jun 23Louis Riddick and Field Yates share their thoughts on if they believe Colts QB Andrew Luck warrants becoming the highest-paid player at his position.
Do rookies need etiquette classes?Jun 22Mike Golic is on board with the Colts' new policy to send rookies to etiquette class and commends Indianapolis for stepping up efforts to help rookies mature.