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Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians was discharged from a Baltimore hospital Monday afternoon and is on his way back to Indianapolis, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.Share Tweet
Indianapolis Colts players, coaches suddenly have time to relax, recuperateindystar.com Jan 7, 2013A team that dealt with one sudden change after another this season faced the most unforgiving change Monday.Share TweetThe Indiana Pacers have signed coach Frank Vogel to a contract extension.Share Tweet
Heat cut Harrellson, clearing second roster spotThe Miami Heat have released center Josh Harrellson on Monday ahead of their game against the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night.Share TweetWhat I think they’re thinking at the headquarters of the Indianapolis Colts this afternoon… Hey, it was probably going to end before a Super Bowl run. But we hate that it ended like that, with a game that exposed our deficiencies -- particularly a weaShare Tweet
Pacers sign forward McGuire to 10-day contractnba.com Jan 7, 2013The Indiana Pacers have signed forward Dominic McGuire to a 10-day contract.Share Tweet
College soccer: IU's Eriq Zavaleta turning proindystar.com Jan 7, 2013As expected, Westfield's Eriq Zavaleta is leaving Indiana University after his sophomore season to become a pro in Major League Soccer.Share TweetThe Colts moved the ball in their last game of the 2012 season, they simply couldn’t score. ESPN Stats & Information says Indianapolis’ 419 total yards were the second most by a team in a playoff game without an offensive touchdown. The 1988 PhiladelpShare Tweet
All 256 Regular-Season NFL Games, Ranked According To Watchabilitydeadspin.com Jan 7, 2013I really root for only one NFL team, and that NFL team plays 16 games in the regular season. I watch way more games than that, though, because I am an American, damn it, and football games are awesome. Unfortunately, not every game is equally watchable-Share TweetGiven how long he’s played alongside Ray Lewis in the Ravens defense and how often he’s played Hamlet about retiring in the last few offseasons, it was inevitable that safety Ed Reed would be asked about his own football future in the wake of Sunday”Share Tweet
RTC: It's just the start for these ColtsReading the coverage ... Football Outsiders discussed Bengals-Texans and Colts-Ravens as they unfolded. Houston Texans The Patriots' rout of the Texans turned on five plays, says Dale Robertson of the Houston Chronicle. That regular-season game in New E…Share Tweet
Irsay on Colts season: “What a ride it’s been”The Colts went from 2-14 to 11-5, made the playoffs and found a new star quarterback in Andrew Luck, and watched their head coach battle back from cancer while the interim coach who filled in for him was hospitalized for yesterday’s playoff loss to theShare TweetThe Ravens thought they had seen everything from Ray Lewis in his 17-year career, which passed for a final time through Baltimore in Sunday’s win over the Colts. But before the game, they saw something they didn’t expect from Lewis. Nerves. Teammate BShare Tweet
NFL mailbag -- Carryover rules impact cap strategyJan 7The new carryover rule changes the way teams handle the salary cap. Plus: reader questions.
Sources -- Dallas Mavericks to ink veteran guard Mike JamesJan 7The Mavericks plan to sign Mike James to a 10-day contract, sources said.
Dallas Mavericks ink veteran guard Mike JamesJan 7The Mavericks have signed Mike James to a 10-day contract.
Peter King: RGIII injury closes the curtain on ugly Wild-Card WeekendJan 7Before we examine the final Ray Day in Baltimore and the Shanahan-RGIII race to blame in Washington (and elsewhere) and what in the world got into Chip Kelly, this observation about Wild-Card Weekend: That was some lousy football. It got me to thinking …