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Indianapolis Colts Offensive Line Situation

Indianapolis Colts Offensive Line Situation Updated Sep 17, 2013
The Indianapolis Colts have officially placed Donald Thomas on injured reserve as he will miss the remainder of the season with a quad tear. This is a big deal. Thomas signed a 4 year, $14M deal during the offseason. $1M of this deal is guaranteed. Hope…
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  • You have another chance to watch the Pat McAfee Show

    You have another chance to watch the Pat McAfee Show Sep 17, 2013
    You missed the exciting third edition of 'The Pat McAfee Show'? Really?! Well, you can catch up on the fun involving Pat, Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, The Star's Bob Kravitz, Stephen Holder and Mike Chappell, and more.
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  • Some assumptions about Colts offense under coordinator Pep Hami…

    Some assumptions about Colts offense under coordinator Pep Hamilton appear true Sep 17, 2013
    Two snap judgments made when the Indianapolis Colts hired Pep Hamilton to replace Bruce Arians as offensive coordinator have held up through the first two weeks of the season:
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  • Video - NFL Nation Buzz: Colts 00:53

    NFL Nation Buzz: Colts

    Sep 17
    ESPN Colts reporter Mike Wells talks about how the team needs to limit their mistakes if they want to beat the 49ers.

Sports Columnists

  • NFL -- NFC East no longer a beast - John Clayton mailbag

    Sep 17
    John Clayton's mailbag: The NFC East has gotten beat up early, and its struggles were easy to foresee.
  • Don Banks: Andy Reid's return to Philadelphia a historic trip back in time

    Sep 17
    He is the only man having already made the same trip down memory lane that Andy Reid faces this week in his much-anticipated return to Philadelphia, and somewhat predictably, he predicted cheers will greet his fellow former Eagles coach Thursday night a…
  • Don't Be Fooled: The Future of Offense Is Simplicity

    Sep 17
    Stanford’s Kevin Hogan gets the offense set against Army. - (Frank DiBrango/Icon SMI) WEST POINT, N.Y. — The future of offensive football doesn’t have to be no-huddle, and it doesn’t have to be breakneck. It just has to be varied, and it has to put thou…