Colts load up on offensive line in draft, many not impressed

The Colts needed to protect Andrew Luck. And they just gave him a potential four offensive lineman to help him stay on his feet. From their first pick (Ryan Kelly) to their last (Austin Blythe), the Colts loaded up on lineman. Look, the Colts should have been addressing this need in last year’s draft, but better late than never right? Still, many draft analysts were not impressed...
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Colts release four players, including OL Khaled Holmes

INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts waived four players Monday, including center-guard Khaled Holmes.The moves come two days after Indy used four of its eight draft picks on offensive linemen.Holmes was a fourth-round selection in 2013 and made 12 career starts, three in the playoffs. He was one of the five starting centers whom Andrew Luck worked with during his career, a revolving...
Via Associated Press
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Colts release 4 players, including former draft pick Holmes

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The Indianapolis Colts waived four players Monday, including center-guard Khaled Holmes. The moves come two days after Indy used four of its eight draft picks on offensive linemen. Holmes was a fourth-round selection in 2013 and made 12 career starts, three in the playoffs. He was one of the five starting centers that Andrew Luck worked with during his career...
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Colts Waive Four Players Including OL Khaled Holmes

The Indianapolis Colts announced that they’ve placed four players on waivers Monday including: TE Cameron Clear, LS Forrest Hill, C/G Khaled Holmes and T Mitchell Van Dyk. Holmes was clearly in danger of losing his roster spot after the Colts used their first-round pick on Alabama C Ryan Kelly a few days ago. Holmes, 26, was taken in the fourth round of the 2013 NFL draft. He...
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Meet the Colts 2016 rookie class

After months of going over film, personal workouts, private visits and interviews the Colts brass sat down over three days last weekend and selected eight new rookies to join their ranks. And countless others as undrafted free agents to help get them back in the playoffs. With their first round pick at 18th overall, they took Ryan Kelly, a three year starter at center from Alabama...
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Colts shore up defense, offensive line on draft weekend

INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts made some big upgrades on draft weekend.First, they found extra protection for Andrew Luck, then they reinforced the run defense.Now comes the hard part -- waiting to see if the new guys measure up to the expectations and can get the Colts back to the playoffs."We're ecstatic about what we did with the offensive line," team owner Jim Irsay said...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Irsay Says Contract Talks With Andrew Luck Are “Progressing Well”

Colts owner Jim Irsay told reporters on Saturday that contract talks with QB Andrew Luck regarding a long-term contract extension “are progressing well.” Irsay had previously mentioned that he was hoping to an agreement in place with Luck by July 4. However, it sounds that like that was a loose timeline. “Talks are progressing well. We have made progress,” Irsay said...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Colts Make OT Le’Raven Clark the 82nd Pick in 2016 NFL Draft

After taking defensive back T.J. Green in the second round, the Colts finished their Friday night by taking Texas Tech offensive tackle Le’Raven Clark with the 82nd pick. Clark was #44 on Sports Illustrated’s Top 50 prospects list. He started his Red Raider career at guard, but was moved to tackle his sophomore season. NFL Network’s Mike Mayock raved about Clark’s length...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Colts Take DB T.J. Green with 57th Pick

Coming into the night the Indianapolis Colts were slotted to pick in the 48th spot. They traded away that pick to Green Bay, moving back to 57th while also picking up an extra fourth round (pick 125) and seventh round (pick 248) selection. With the 57th pick, the Colts drafted T.J. Green, defensive back from Clemson. NFL Network’s Mike Mayock had Green as a fourth round pick at...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

The 10 least surprising picks from Round 1 of the 2016 NFL draft

Round 1 is in the books. Here’s what surprised nobody… 1. Rams take QB Jared Goff: This was the worst-kept secret in sports for a week. 2. Eagles take QB Carson Wentz: This was the second-worst-kept secret in sports for a week. 4. Cowboys take RB Ezekiel Elliott: Let’s be real, although only one other back has been selected this early in the last eight years, we had to at...
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Indianapolis Colts: Ryan Kelly headed to Lucas Oil Stadium

The Indianapolis Colts made the smart pick here, drafting interchangeable center, Ryan Kelly, who can also slot in at guard on the offensive line. Andrew Luck needs protecting, and getting one of the most pro-ready and versatile offensive linemen in the draft class is a big positive for the Colts moving forward. Twice a year the Colts face the Houston Texans bruising defensive line...
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Colts draft Ryan Kelly to bolster offensive line

Ryan Grigson earned a slow clap for his decision as general manager of the Indianapolis Colts to draft center Ryan Kelly out of Alabama with the No. 18 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. Welcome to #ColtsNation @Ryan_Kelly70!#ColtsDraft #ForTheShoe — Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) April 29, 2016 After making so many questionable moves in early rounds...
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Indianapolis Colts Select Alabama C Ryan Kelly No. 18 Overall

The 2016 NFL Draft is beginning to pick up steam. The 18th pick? Ryan Kelly. Round: 1 Pick: 18 With the #18 pick in the 2016 #NFLDraft, the @Colts select C Ryan Kelly! — NFL (@NFL) April 29, 2016 Selection: Indianapolis Colts select Alabama center Ryan Kelly. Analysis: Ryan Kelly was a fantastic center during his time in Alabama, leading a line that...
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The Indianapolis Colts’ Needy Draft Needs

I know we all can’t wait to see who the Colts will pick in the first round and who will awkwardly hug Roger Goodell while he stares lovingly into their eyes, telling them to be good or he’ll rain fiery fines down on them…*ahem* excuse me. The draft. I’m not here to tell you all of the holes that still remain in the Indianapolis Colts roster. I want to look at what can and...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Luck starts online book club

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has always been a reading aficionado. After all, he did graduate from Stanford, so it makes sense that he would have such an intellectual hobby. He frequently shared his reading interest with his teammates, but has since decided to up his game. Now, Luck has essentially become the “Oprah of the NFL,” and has started his own online book...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

With the No. 18 pick the Indianapolis Colts select…

Over the past few weeks the Indianapolis Colts have brought in and worked out many draft prospects for the 2016 season. From wide receiver to safety and every position in between, the Colts are leaving no stone unturned. But who will the team ultimately take with their first pick in the draft? The team’s top priority should be at offensive line. With the No. 18 pick it’s likely...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Top five players in Indianapolis Colts history

Whether they played in Baltimore or Indianapolis, the Colts have had one of the most storied histories in the NFL. They have had a rich past of success and have seen their fair share of terrific players. The team has boasted players like a surefire Hall of Fame quarterback to a pair of wide receivers who dominated the league for years. They have also taken advantage of those great...
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Colts general manager: It’s weak to draft for need

When the Indianapolis Colts found themselves on the clock with the 29th pick in last year’s draft, many had them pegged to go after an offensive line, some defensive back help or a pass rusher. Instead, the Colts picked a speedster in the form of former Miami (F) wide receiver Phillip Dorsett. Not only was this seen as a reach, it most definitely didn’t fill a position of need...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Pat McAfee drug tested day after making 4/20 joke

Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee knew what might happen when he tweeted a joke about 4/20 on Wednesday, and he got exactly what he asked for. McAfee, who has made it clear in the past that he does not believe “random” NFL drug tests are truly random, cracked the following joke about the weed smoker’s holiday. I can't celebrate this particular day..But I know a large ...
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Colts punter Pat McAfee makes 4/20 jokes, is drug-tested 4/21

Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee took to Twitter Wednesday to make some wisecracks about it being 4/20. And in a development that is too crazy — and funny — to be a coincidence, he was subjected to a urinalysis Thursday. McAfee got the ball rolling with a couple of tweets that acknowledged the marijuana-related relevance to the day. I can't celebrate this particular...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck may still be hurt

Andrew Luck played in just seven games for the Indianapolis Colts last year due to kidney and shoulder injuries that kept him on the sideline. With the 2016 season just a couple months away, the 2012 1st overall pick is apparently still rehabbing. “I still have some work to do, certainly,” Luck said about getting back to 100%. “It’s been a process that we laid down in...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Luck on new contract: ‘Get it done and move forward’

Fans of the Indianapolis Colts were dealt a bit of good news on Monday. Franchise quarterback Andrew Luck made it clear that he wants to sign a long-term contract with the team. Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk quoted Luck, who didn’t leave much doubt about his desire to stay with the team: “I’d absolutely love to be here, get it done and move forward,” Luck told reporters...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Colts punter Pat McAfee makes hilarious offer to J.J. Watt

J.J. Watt has been in the headlines of late for not only his recent “date” with Kate Hudson but also for how he’s hinted that he doesn’t intend overstay his welcome in the NFL, suggesting he may retire far earlier than many would suspect. The Houston Texans’ all-world defensive player, who also recently revealed how last season was the “most strenuous” for him during...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Jim Irsay denies connection between football and CTE

Two weeks ago, when NFL executive vice president of health and safety Jeff Miller admitted a link between football and CTE, it seemed like the football world was now united in moving toward deal with that connection. But this is the NFL, where player safety is a good distance down the priority list and change moves about as quickly as a Tom Brady scramble. And so several NFL...
Via The Comeback
March 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Colts want Andrew Luck to improve sliding technique

The Indianapolis Colts are planning to make a very sizable investment in Andrew Luck, and they would like the quarterback to protect that investment by doing a better job of protecting himself. In the past, Luck has had a tendency to absorb contact rather than going to the ground. It’s an admirable trait, but it is also one that leads to seasons like last year, in which the 26...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 24, 2016  |  Discuss

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