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Fantasy Football 2015: 3 Players Whose Fantasy Values Will Be Better in 2015

2014 might have been a great year for the Dallas Cowboys’ DeMarco Murray, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Antonio Brown, the Indianapolis Colts’ Andrew Luck and several other NFL stars, but It was not great for everybody. Many players were no help whatsoever in fantasy football leagues last year. Show More Summary

Colts just can’t keep an offensive line together

No quarterback has had to play behind a makeshift offensive line more consistently than Andrew Luck. The Colts’ line was the least consistent in the league last year as measured by Continuity Score, a statistic developed by that tracks offensive lines based on the number of different starters it had over the course of…

2015 NFL Mock Draft: Most Polarizing Prospects and Full 1st-Round Predictions

One of the great things about the NFL draft is even the best scouts can be wrong. When there is significant disagreement about certain prospects, it makes the process even more fun. While players like Andrew Luck come along every so often and create consensus among the scouting community, many others are heavily debated before and after the draft. Show More Summary

Jim Harbaugh Lands the Next Andrew Luck, Sets Sights on Top Player in 2016 Class

The University of Michigan has had a great week when it comes to football recruits. How big of a week did Michigan have? What impact will these recruits have on the program? Watch as Bleacher Report's Stephen Nelson and Steve Lorenz of Wolverine247 discuss Michigan's big recruiting week in the video above. Read more College Football news on

Colts Pick Up Fifth Year Option on Andrew Luck

This was an absolute no-brainer. The Indianapolis Colts have picked up the fifth year option on Andrew Luck, who initially singed a 4-year, $22 million contract after being selected first overall a few years back. In no time, Luck has taken a team from dead last to title contender. He’ll be the highest paid player […]

RG3, Luke Kuechly among candidates for 5th-year option pickups

Teams have begun exercising fifth-year options for their 2012 first-round draft picks. Who will be next? The Indianapolis Colts exercised their fifth-year contract option on quarterback Andrew Luck on Thursday. He's one of three players...Show More Summary

Will Colts give Luck an extension before 2017?

It wasn’t a surprise (although it was still newsworthy) that the Colts announced the decision to extend the rookie contract of quarterback Andrew Luck for a fifth year.  It will be a surprise if they extend it beyond the fifth year before the fifth year expires. Before Luck, the Colts had another franchise quarterback.  And…

Colts Exercise 5th-Year Option on Quarterback Andrew Luck

Andrew Luck is sticking around Indianapolis for at least two more years. If Jim Irsay has his way, it will be for a whole lot longer.

Andrew Luck's Contract Option Picked Up by Colts: Latest Details and Reaction

The Indianapolis Colts picked up Andrew Luck's fifth-year contract option on Thursday, keeping him under contract through the 2016 NFL season. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport first reported the news, and NFL Network's Albert Breer provided...Show More Summary

Colts pick up Andrew Luck’s option for 2016

Some teams have tough choices to make before the May 3 deadline to pick up the fifth-year options they have on first-round picks from the 2012 draft. The Colts are not one of those teams. They selected quarterback Andrew Luck with the first overall pick and he’s been everything they hoped he’d be while leading…

Agent's Take: A guide to fifth-year options for 2012 first-round picks

Picking up Andrew Luck's fifth-year option is a no-brainer. But what about RG3 in Washington? Or Matt Kalil or Doug Martin? Ex-agent Joel Corry predicts the market.

New UM QB Commit Brandon Peters on Jim Harbaugh: 'He Compared Me to Andrew Luck'

Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh revved up recruiting efforts last weekend with three commitments, spurred by a Friday evening pledge from quarterback Brandon Peters. The 4-star Indiana prospect arrived in Ann Arbor that day following a family spring break trip to Mexico. Show More Summary

As draft nears, four teams have just two QBs on their rosters

The Colts have their franchise quarterback. The Buccaneers, who have the No. 1 overall pick in the draft, are expected to take a passer in the hopes he will be their Andrew Luck. So what do Indianapolis and Tampa Bay have in common at the game’s most important position? They are two of four NFL…

The Indianapolis Colts' 2015 Draft Plan for Ultimate Offense

The Indianapolis Colts already have plenty of offensive weapons with Andrew Luck and new additions Andre Johnson and Frank Gore, but there are always more pieces that can be added. Which offensive positions could they target in the draft?...Show More Summary

Slam-Dunk No. 1 NFL Draft Pick Winston Has Greater 'Wow' Factor Than Andrew Luck

Jameis Winston is expected to be the No. 1 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft. What makes Winston's ability on the field so special? How good will Winston be in the NFL? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss Winston in the video above. Read more NFL news on

Rule change on ineligible receivers helps the Colts

PHOENIX -- The challenge to beat the New England Patriots might have just gotten a little easier for the Indianapolis Colts, who have lost four straight to them in the Andrew Luck era. I know that’s wishful thinking, but NFL teams did...Show More Summary

Indianapolis Colts Rumors: Jim Irsay’s Plans Could Put Andrew Luck’s Future With The Team In Doubt

The Indianapolis Colts struck gold when they happened to the worst record in 2011 and then drafted once-in-a-decade talent Andrew Luck, but the future of their franchise quarterback could now be in doubt. This week, the team’s owner Jim Irsay shared his vision for Luck’s future — which doesn’t involve an immediate contract extension. Show More Summary

Andrew Luck isn't getting a contract extension from the Colts ... yet

Andrew Luck was the first pick of the 2012 NFL draft and hasn’t really looked back since. The three-time Pro Bowler is entering the (...)

Irsay says Colts won’t extend Luck this year

The Colts got Andrew Luck for a bargain thanks to the rookie salary reductions in the last Collective Bargaining Agreement, and the team is in no hurry to give its franchise quarterback a raise. Colts owner Jim Irsay told the Indianapolis Star that a contract extension for Luck won’t come until 2016 at the earliest.…

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