In the End, Science Works Against the Patriotsnytimes.com 5 hours agoA Princeton physics professor concluded that an equation known as the Ideal Gas Law could not account for the low pressure of the Patriots’ footballs at halftime of New England’s playoff victory against the Indianapolis Colts.Share Tweet
Colts strike deals with five 2015 picksprofootballtalk.com 6 hours agoThe Colts added eight players in the 2015 draft and they’re more than halfway toward having the entire group under contract. The team announced Wednesday that they have signed their five third day picks. Fourth-round safety Clayton Geathers, fifth-round…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com 8 hours agoThe Colts raised more than a few eyebrows last Thursday night when they selected wide receiver Phillip Dorsett in the first round of the draft because they already had a strong crew of receivers on a team that many felt needed more beef on their defense…Share Tweet
Ryan Grigson complained to NFL about Patriots’ footballs both before and during AFC Championship Gameprofootballtalk.com 11 hours agoColts General Manager Ryan Grigson complained to the NFL both before and during the AFC Championship Game that the Patriots were cheating by illegally deflating their footballs. The Deflategate report released today says that Grigson first contacted the…Share Tweet
Colts agree with QB Bryan Bennett, 14 other undrafted free agentsprofootballtalk.com May 4 (2 days ago)The Colts announced Monday they had reached deals with 15 undrafted free agents, including a quarterback who played at the Senior Bowl. Southeastern Louisiana quarterback Bryan Bennett, who began his collegiate career at Oregon, is among the UDFAs agree…Share Tweet
Colts waive RB Jeff Demps, three othersprofootballtalk.com May 4 (3 days ago)The Colts have parted ways with a player known best for his rare speed. Running back Jeff Demps, an Olympic medalist as a sprinter, was one of four players waived by Indianapolis on Monday, the club said. The Colts had signed the 25-year-old Demps to a …Share TweetTwo AFC South owners, Jim Irsay, the owner of the Indianapolis Colts, and Jaguars owner Shad Khan, showed they have high expectations draft weekend. Irsay was talking winning multiple Super Bowls and Khan talked about making a jump this year. RELATED: I…Share Tweet
Total breakdown: Colts draft OL Denzell Goode in seventh roundTotal breakdown: Colts draft OL Denzell Goode in seventh roundShare Tweet
Total breakdown: Colts draft LB Amarlo Herrera in sixth roundTotal breakdown: Colts draft LB Amarlo Herrera in sixth roundShare Tweet
Total breakdown: Colts draft RB Josh Robinson in sixth roundTotal breakdown: Colts draft RB Josh Robinson in sixth roundShare Tweet
Total breakdown: Colts draft NT David Parry in fifth roundTotal breakdown: Colts draft NT David Parry in fifth roundShare Tweet
Total breakdown: Colts draft S Clayton Geathers in fourth roundTotal breakdown: Colts draft S Clayton Geathers in fourth roundShare Tweet
Total breakdown: Colts draft DE Henry Anderson in third roundESPN.com May 2 (5 days ago)Total breakdown: Colts draft DE Henry Anderson in third roundShare TweetESPN.com May 1 (5 days ago)Total breakdown: Colts draft CB D'Joun Smith in third roundShare Tweet
Colts release Josh Cribbsprofootballtalk.com May 1 (5 days ago)Deep at wide receiver, the Colts parted ways with one of their reserves Friday, releasing returner Josh Cribbs, the club said. The 31-year-old Cribbs handled kickoffs and punts down the stretch for the Colts in 2014, averaging 32.0 yards on 19 kickoffs …Share Tweet
Ryan Grigson on picking Phillip Dorsett: We took our best player availableprofootballtalk.com May 1 (6 days ago)Coming into the draft, the general consensus about the Colts was that they needed to concentrate on improving the blocking in front of quarterback Andrew Luck and just about everything involved with the defense. Naturally, they took wide receiver Philli…Share TweetColts make head-scratching first-round pick with Phillip Dorsett selectionShare Tweet
Colts likely to avoid players with red flags in draft's early roundsESPN.com Apr 30 (7 days ago)Colts likely to avoid players with red flags in draft's early roundsShare Tweet
NFL draft impressionsMay 3Herm Edwards and Field Yates discuss the best late-round picks and the most surprising selections in the NFL draft.
2015 NFL draft: Colts address several need areasMay 2Colts reporter Mike Wells grades Indianapolis' draft.
Colts draft Phillip DorsettApr 30Field Yates breaks down the Colts' first round draft pick.
NFL draft first-round recapApr 30Jade McCarthy and Field Yates break down the biggest moves in the first round of the 2015 NFL draft.
The Post-Draft MailbagMay 6Before I get to your mail this week, three topics in the wake of the draft that have gotten attention in the three days since the 256th pick was made: The sexual assault case involving Jameis Winston. When I asked Tampa Bay general manager Jason Licht a…
How Winston Became the Buccaneers' No. 1 HopeMay 4TAMPA, Fla. — Get off the plane here Friday afternoon, and go to the newsstand to see what the local papers say about what was, according to Bucs general manager Jason Licht, probably the most important draft pick in the history of the franchise. Pick u…
ESPN NowMay 3Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay each think an AFC East team had the best pick of the opening round: Kiper: WR DeVante Parker to Miami (No. 14) McShay: D...
Big Ten quarterbacks Connor Cook, Christian Hackenberg, Cardale Jones lead…May 3Three Big Ten players -- Michigan State's Connor Cook, Ohio State's Cardale Jones and Penn State's Christian Hackenberg -- lead the 2016 QB draft class, writes Jeffri Chadiha.