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CANTON, Ohio (AP) Marvin Harrison and Tony Dungy, two key ingredients for the 2006 NFL champion Indianapolis Colts, are among 16 first-year-eligible modern era candidates for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class.Share Tweet
What they were talking about Wednesday in the Indianapolis Colts' locker room:Share TweetINDIANAPOLIS – Jim Irsay could have walked into the locker room at the Colts’ facility on the west side of Indianapolis and told his team and coaching staff they need to do a better job protecting quarterback Andrew Luck. But as he did during the presea…Share Tweet
Colts offensive line only needs a few tweets, um, tweaks to improveThe Indianapolis Colts rushed for 4.9 yards per carry in their season opener against the Oakland Raiders, well above the coaching staff's minimum threshold of 4.0.Share Tweet
How the Indianapolis Colts are viewed around the nationWhy they're here: Stop if you've heard this one before-Andrew Luck saved the day and problems in many areas with a game-winning drive vs. the lowly Raiders.Share Tweet
Quick Indianapolis Colts injury updateESPN.com Sep 11, 2013INDIANAPOLIS -- Maybe Indianapolis Colts tight end Dwayne Allen's hip injury isn’t so minor after all. Allen did not practice Wednesday and the team is calling him day-to-day. The Colts host the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. Linebacker Kavell Conner (ankle)…Share Tweet
Pacers sign free agents Howard, Jacksonnba.com Sep 11, 2013The Indiana Pacers have signed free agents Ron Howard and Darnell Jackson.Share Tweet
Is Marvin Harrison a first-ballot Hall of Famer?Sep 11"Around the League" debates if former Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Marvin Harrison will make it into the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.
Irsay Demands Better Luck ProtectionSep 11Herm Edwards discusses Colts owner Jim Irsay's demand that the Colts give better protection to QB Andrew Luck.
Success RateSep 11Dario Melendez is joined by ESPN Insider Louis Riddick to talk about which young NFL quarterback has the greatest chance to succeed.