This is the February 21, 2013 news archive. View today's Indianapolis Sports rumors and news.

Indianapolis Sports News and Rumors

Fox thinks Manning’s stronger, but Broncos line another issue

Fox thinks Manning’s stronger, but Broncos line another issue

profootballtalk.com Updated Feb 21, 2013
Broncos head coach John Fox talked about how eager he was to see a healthier Peyton Manning next season, but keeping his quarterback that way might be more difficult given the current state of his offensive line. Four of the five projected starters on t…
Upvote Share Tweet
  • Kravitz: Colts GM Grigson's flop sweat a thing of the past

    Kravitz: Colts GM Grigson's flop sweat a thing of the past

    indystar.com Feb 21, 2013
    A year ago, poor Ryan Grigson was suffering the worst case of the flop sweats since Albert Brooks' water works in the movie '
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Former Cathedral High School tight end Jack Doyle is just looki…

    Former Cathedral High School tight end Jack Doyle is just looking for a chance again

    indystar.com Feb 21, 2013
    The chance at someday becoming an NFL draft pick seemed like the longest of long shots when Jack Doyle graduated from Cathedral High School in 2008.
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Early look at where the Colts will draft

    Early look at where the Colts will draft

    ESPN.com Feb 21, 2013
    Here are tentative round-by-round draft selections for the Indianapolis Colts. The order does not include compensatory selections, which will be awarded at the bottom of Rounds 3-7 and announced next month. Round 1, 24th overall Round 3, 86th overall Th…
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Current cap situations in the AFC South

    Current cap situations in the AFC South

    ESPN.com Feb 21, 2013
    INDIANAPOLIS -- Cap numbers can be fluid, but I know at this time of year it’s of huge interest. It tells us who can shop in free agency and with how much. Here’s where our four teams stand against the cap currently: Colts: $43.427 million under Jagua
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Bob Kravitz: Pacers attendance woes not tied to racism

    Bob Kravitz: Pacers attendance woes not tied to racism

    indystar.com Feb 21, 2013
    This was in 1999-2000, back before Indianapolis became a racist town. The Indiana Pacers, playing their first season at then-Conseco Fieldhouse, sold out every game.
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Freeney shouldn't have been surprised

    Freeney shouldn't have been surprised

    ESPN.com Feb 21, 2013
    Most media had long known that Dwight Freeney wasn’t in the Colts' plans beyond 2012. But the defensive end didn’t have the same read. “I’ll be honest with you: I was surprised the way it happened,” he told Mike Chappell of The Indianapolis Star
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Video - NBA Trade Deadline Winners, Losers 02:30

    NBA Trade Deadline Winners, Losers

    Feb 21
    Flip Saunders, Chris Broussard and Tom Penn break down the winners and losers at the NBA trade deadline.
  • Video - Hypothetical NBA Trades 02:51

    Hypothetical NBA Trades

    Feb 21
    Bill Simmons fires up the NBA Trade Machine for some deadline deals.
  • Video - Dwight Freeney's NFL Future 00:54

    Dwight Freeney's NFL Future

    Feb 21
    Bill Polian and Chris Mortensen discuss possible landing spots for Dwight Freeney.

Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Eagles far from giving up on Foles; more combine Day 1 Snaps

    Feb 21
    INDIANAPOLIS -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a somewhat slow first day at the NFL's annual scouting combine at Lucas Oil Stadium...
  • O'Neal won't seek buyout, to remain with Suns

    Feb 21
    After the passing of the NBA trade deadline Thursday and a post-deadline meeting with team officials, Phoenix Suns center Jermaine O'Neal told ESPN that he is staying with the Suns as opposed to seeking a buyout of his contract
  • NFL combine -- Thursday observations about Bucs, Joeckel, more

    Feb 21
    Greg Schiano made it clear at the combine that Josh Freeman is the Buccaneers' starting quarterback, writes John Clayton.
  • Orlando Magic trade J.J. Redick to Milwaukee Bucks, according to sources

    Feb 21
    The Milwaukee Bucks and Orlando Magic have agreed to a trade that will send J.J. Redick, Gustavo Ayon and Ish Smith to the Bucks in return for Tobias Harris, Beno Udrih and Doron Lamb, league sources told ESPN.com.