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Colts load up the cannon in effort to become elite again
profootballtalk.com Updated Sep 18, 2013
Last year, the Colts looked to be hatching the NFL’s first ever Quintuplets, via the presence and solid performances of five rookie skill-position players. This year, two of the five are done for the year, but a new Ringo has been added to form a Fab Fo…Share Tweet
indystar.com CNNSI.com nytimes.com ESPN.com profootballtalk.com coltsgab.com deadspin.com yahoo.com Sep 18, 2013Trent Richardson has always had so much to live up to. As a high school star in Pensacola, Fla., he played the same position at the same school as one of the game's greats.Share Tweet
ESPN gives Pacers, Colts high marks for fan-friendlinessThe Indiana Pacers are one of the NBA team's best teams. A national publication now calls them one of the most fan-friendly in all of professional sports.Share TweetAt the rate this season is going, the Indianapolis Colts' biggest obstacle won't be its opponents, but the rash of season-ending injuries.Share TweetNASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Texans established on Sunday that they remain better than the Titans. I believe Tennessee's most realistic chance to get to the playoffs this season is to pass the Colts, and get to the postseason as a second-place wild card. Tha…Share TweetWhat they were saying in the Colts locker room Wednesday:Share TweetSome very bad injury news…..but……is there hope? Is Ryan Grigson ready to make a monster trade to save the season? I know, this is stuff out of a comic book or movie. However, that is exactly what Jim Irsay is hinting. His most recent Tweet: This day of …Share Tweet
Bob Kravitz: Andrew Luck's connection with Jim Harbaugh produces compelling story for gameThe first time Andrew Luck met Jim Harbaugh, the Indianapolis Colts quarterback didn't say five words.Share TweetThe first time Andrew Luck met Jim Harbaugh, the Indianapolis Colts quarterback didn't say five words.Share Tweet
Colts now have protection and health issuesINDIANAPOLIS -- Health wasn't supposed to be a problem for the Indianapolis Colts. Their biggest issue was how they would protect quarterback Andrew Luck. But both are now problems for the Colts less than three weeks into the regular season. Starting ru…Share TweetESPN Indianapolis Colts reporter Mike Wells talks about how the team needs to limit its mistakes if it wants to beat the San Francisco 49ers.Share TweetA weekly analysis of the Colts’ quarterback play: Rewind: Lack of accuracy was the theme of Colts quarterback Andrew Luck's 25-of-43 performance in the Week 2 loss to the Miami Dolphins. His worst throw came in the fourth quarter when the Colts were try…Share Tweet
The Dean: Close games? Colts have plenty of companyColts fans might think they have sole possession of dramatic finishes.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Sep 18, 2013The Dolphins kicked off their practice week on Tuesday without defensive tackle Paul Soliai. Soliai was forced out of the win over the Colts with a knee injury and indications after the game were that the injury could lead him to miss the Week Three dat…Share Tweet
Trent Richardson Traded To ColtsSep 18Adam Schefter breaks down the Colts acquiring RB Trent Richardson from the Browns in exchange for a first-round pick.
Trent Richardson highlightsSep 18Check out some of the best 2012 season highlights from Trent Richardson, the Indianapolis Colts' newly acquired running back.
Indianapolis Colts acquire RB Trent Richardson from Cleveland BrownsSep 18The Indianapolis Colts traded their first-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft for Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson. Which team gets the better end of the deal? Ian Rapoport breaks down the trade.
The quarterback guru talks Indianapolis Colts quarterback Luck vs. San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim HarbaughSep 18George Whitfield Jr. joins "NFL AM" to discuss the matchup between Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh. Whitfield also dives into Johnny Manziel's NFL prospects.