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Stampede Blue’s Josh Wilson takes a look at each of the Colts’ free agent signings this offseason, giving a basic profile of each and looking at how they each will impact the team. Today we look at defensive lineman Ricky Jean-Francois.
Stampede Blue’s Josh Wilson takes a look at each of the Colts’ free agent signings this offseason, giving a basic profile of each and looking at how they each will impact the team. Today we look at outside linebacker Lawrence Sidbury.
Stampede Blue’s Josh Wilson takes a look at each of the Colts’ free agent signings this offseason, giving a basic profile of each and looking at how they each will impact the team. Today we look at outside linebacker Erik Walden.
Longtime Colt Dwight Freeney signed a 2-year deal with the San Diego Chargers. Interestingly enough, the Chargers also run a 3-4 defense - the same defense that Freeney struggled with in Indianapolis last year.
Stampede Blue’s Josh Wilson takes a look at each of the Colts’ free agent signings this offseason, giving a basic profile of each and looking at how they each will impact the team. Today we look at cornerback Greg Toler.
Josh Katzowitz of CBSSports.com recently listed Jim Irsay number two on his list of the NFL's best owners. He got that one exactly right.
Coach Chuck Pagano revealed in a conference call with season ticket holders that the Colts will report to Anderson University for Training Camp on July 27, 2013.
Colts defensive coordinator Greg Manusky said today that NT Josh Chapman has been working with the first team defense during offseason OTAs. Chapman missed his entire rookie season due to a torn ACL he suffered at Alabama.
Jerry Hughes is finally gone. The Colts traded the former first round pick to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for linebacker Kelvin Sheppard.
While the Colts didn't actually use their original 2nd or 5th round picks in this year's draft, they used them to obtain Vontae Davis and T.Y. Hilton in trades - and in doing so got much better value than they would have by drafting with those picks.
With the 121st overall pick, the Colts select USC center Khaled Holmes. The big question is how they intend to use him - a question we don't really have an answer to right now.
Illinois offensive guard Hugh Thornton is a good player. Don't focus on the players that the Colts didn't take, focus on the one that they did. And he's a pretty impressive guard with a pretty crazy story. He could help the Colts.
The Florida State defender's stock slid after a poor Combine performance, but Ryan Grigson wasn't going to be fooled: he jumped at the chance to take Bjoern Werner, and in doing so addressed the team's biggest need with a great player.
Before the draft, many said that if Geno Smith made it past the Jets at number 9, he may fall significantly - which means that teams may be even more likely to trade up for a quarterback, which is great news for the Colts.
Per Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, the Colts are getting "a TON" of calls regarding trading the 24th pick.
Welcome to your Indianapolis Colts 2013 NFL Draft primer, where we compile all the info and links you need to be informed about this weekend's draft.
Stampede Blue's Josh Wilson offers up his Indianapolis Colts 7-Round Mock Draft. Fair warning: It's sure to be wrong.
The Colts' 2013 schedule was released tonight. Peyton Manning returns on October 20th to Indianapolis. Check out the rest of the schedule here.
One of the draft's top prospects, Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner, is visiting the Indianapolis Colts today, who aren't on the clock until the 24th pick. What should we make of this news?
Based on talent alone, Marcus Lattimore. Add his character into that and he looks even better. So why is he projected as a mid to late round prospect? His injury history. If he drops that far, however, he would be a great addition for the Colts.
The Colts' biggest need is pass rusher and the position will no doubt be addressed in the draft. Who will they target? Why not go after UCONN DE turned OLB Trevardo Williams, who could probably be had in the third round. It makes a ton of sense.
It's never too early to take a quick look at next season. Which games are the most worth looking forward to in 2013? Josh Wilson offers his top five here. What are yours?
At this point, there is no bigger concern for the Colts than their pass rush. It was the only area where they got worse this offseason, and it will lead to numerous problems unless the Colts address it.
With former Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck and former Stanford offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton, former Stanford tight end Coby Fleener could be poised for a big year in 2013 after a somewhat disappointing rookie campaign in 2012.
With all the talk about the Colts' adding a wide receiver, a player to keep an eye on who is already on the roster is former Stanford wide receiver Griff Whalen.
The Colts have signed DT Aubrayo Franklin, who will play NT for the Colts. The 10-year vet has spent time with the Ravens, 49ers, Saints, and Chargers before agreeing to a deal with the Colts today.