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Preview: Indianapolis Colts at San Francisco 49ers Updated Sep 19, 2013
For the San Francisco 49ers, it’s been a Jekle and Hyde performance so far this year. After beating the Green Bay Packers in week one 34-28, they were destroyed by Seattle in week two, 29-3. The Colts and 49ers rank 15th and 18th in team offense through…
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  • N.F.L. Roundup: Reid Leads Chiefs to Win in His Return to Philadelphia Sep 19, 2013
    Andy Reid’s Chiefs forced five turnovers and sacked Michael Vick six times in a 26-16 victory over the Eagles.
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  • Indianapolis Colts Promote Da’Rick Rogers From Practice Squad

    For those who don’t know him, allow me to introduce Mr. Da’Rick Rogers, a seemingly unknown receiver who has a ton of potential. Rogers is one of those guys who we read about all too often. You know, that 5 star recruit coming out of high school who com…
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  • Bob Kravitz: Trade for Trent Richardson re-energizes Colts

    Like everybody else on Planet Colts, punter Pat McAfee knew something big was going to happen Wednesday night. Team owner Jim Irsay was in capitalization and multiple-exclamation-mark mode, heralding SHOCK and AWE on his Twitter feed.
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  • Injury report: Bethea, Landry miss practice Sep 19, 2013
    INDIANAPOLIS -- Health issues continue to be a problem for the Indianapolis Colts, and not even the acquisition of running back Trent Richardson can help in that department. Starting linebacker Pat Angerer (knee) and safeties Antoine Bethea (toe) and La…
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  • D’Qwell Jackson: The ship is still sailing Sep 19, 2013
    Trent Richardson said that he didn’t see his trade from the Browns to the Colts coming and the running back’s former teammates in Cleveland had pretty much the same reaction. Wide receiver Josh Gordon said he was “almost in disbelief” when he heard the …
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  • Biggest NFL games of Week 3 -- John Clayton's First and 10 Sep 19, 2013
    John Clayton's First and 10: Andrew Luck leads the Colts against his former Stanford coach, John Harbaugh.
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  • PFT Live: Browns talk with Tony Grossi, Week Three picks Sep 19, 2013
    There’s not much question about what the biggest news in the NFL was on Wednesday. It was the Browns’ decision to cut bait on 2012 third overall pick Trent Richardson and send the running back to the Colts in exchange for a first-round pick. The Browns …
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  • Brandon Weeden isn’t promised anything when healthy Sep 19, 2013
    The Browns shook up their season on Wedenesday when they dealt running back Trent Richardson to the Colts. That’s not be the only big and possibly permanent change coming to the offense. Wide receiver Greg Little’s been dropped from the starting lineup …
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  • The Browns Hit Reset (Again) With an Unprecedented Trade Sep 19, 2013
    Well, I'm certainly not going to doubt Jim Irsay again. When the outspoken Colts owner went on Twitter yesterday and started with his big-news-is-comi...
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  • Video - Countdown Daily Prediction: IND-SF 00:55

    Countdown Daily Prediction: IND-SF

    Sep 19
    The NFL Live crew make their picks for Indianapolis at San Francisco.
  • Video - Richardson: 'Chip On My Shoulder' 02:11

    Richardson: 'Chip On My Shoulder'

    Sep 19
    Bob Holtzman reports from Indianapolis, where Colts coach Chuck Pagano and RB Trent Richardson talked to the media following Indianapolis' trade for Richardson.
  • Video - Preview: Indianapolis Colts vs. San Francisco 49ers 02:42

    Preview: Indianapolis Colts vs. San Francisco 49ers

    Sep 19
    NFL Films previews the Week 3 matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and the San Francisco 49ers.
  • Video - Hometown reactions to Trent Richardson trade 06:08

    Hometown reactions to Trent Richardson trade

    Sep 19
    Michelle Beisner and Jeff Darlington discuss the very different reactions to the Trent Richardson trade in Indianapolis and Cleveland.