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Albert Breer of NFL Network reports former Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck met with the Colts Tuesday in Indianapolis and will travel to Washington, D.C., Tuesday night to meet with the Redskins, a league source said. Colts owner Jim Irsay tweeted. “MeShare Tweet
In his latest cryptic message to the fan base via Twitter, Colts owner Jim Irsay gushes about quarterback Andrew Luck. We think. “Met with A Luck#12 n Indy 2day for 3 hrs;it’s easy 2c why the #1 pick n this Stanford phenom has been synonymous with eacShare TweetAt a time when the Redskins are $18 million lighter in the salary-cap wallet and otherwise preoccupied with wooing Robert Griffin III (and praying that Colts owner Jim Irsay doesn’t draft him), G.M. Bruce Allen and company are still taking care of otherShare Tweet
Indianapolis will soon make another run at hosting Super BowlIndianapolis drew rave reviews for its hosting of Super Bowl XLVI, and it plans to make another Super Bowl bid in the near future. “We will most likely make another bid for the Super Bowl in Indy at latter part of the decade,” Colts owner Jim Irsay wrShare TweetThe next question in the wake of the news that Robert Griffin III is visiting the Redskins in the D.C. area is whether the Colts will also invite Griffin to Indianapolis for a no-workout pre-draft visit. And then the next question would be whether Griff…Share TweetESPN.com Apr 10, 2012Reading the coverage… Houston Texans John McClain’s third mock draft gives the Texans Stephen Hill from Georgia Tech. Indianapolis Colts Former Colts quarterback Blair Kiel passed away, says the AP. Jacksonville Jaguars The outlook on defensive tackleShare Tweet
2012 NFL draft - Linebacker Luke Kuechly tackles every challengeApr 10Linebacker Luke Kuechly has shown the instincts, production and desire to succeed in NFL, Jeffri Chadiha writes.
Peter King: Parcells won't coach Saints in interim role this season; mailApr 10It's looking more and more as though the Saints will fill their interim head coaching job from within -- and not with a big-name coach like Bill Parcells.