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Wayne wants to play Saturday, but will he?

INDIANAPOLIS -- Reggie Wayne is done trying to lobby with coach Chuck Pagano. The Indianapolis Colts receiver did it with his coach at the start of training camp. He did it when it came to his practice time. He did it before the first two preseason games. Wayne knows lobbying won’t do any good. Show More Summary

KSK 2014 NFL PREKKAKE: INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

Last year: 11-5, first place in AFC South Acquisitions: Hakeem Nicks, D’Qwell Jackson, Phil Costa, Colt Anderson (only because his name makes him a literal “horseshoe guy”), Arthur Jones Departures: Darrius Heyward-Bey, “Goddamnit” Donald Brown, Jeffrey […]

Jim Irsay trial postponed, moved from August to October

Colts owner Jim Irsay is scheduled to go on trial on Oct. 30 after his original Aug. 28 trial date was pushed back this week.

Irsay trial postponed to October 30

Colts owner Jim Irsay has received a two-month reprieve in a court of law.  That may not matter much in the Court of Goodell. Per the Associated Press, a judge has postponed from August 28 until October 30 Irsay’s trial on misdemeanor charges of driving while intoxicated and driving with a Schedule I or II…

Colts Not Impressed with Richardson, Starter by Default

Trent Richardson is coming off an underwhelming 2013 season. Can he bounce back and be the primary running back for the Indianapolis Colts? Which players are next up on the depth chart if he does not perform well? Watch as Adam Lefkoe goes in-depth with 1070 The Fan's Conrad Brunner in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

T.Y. Hilton No. 70 in player ranking

INDIANAPOLIS -- About the only good thing to come out of Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne having his 2013 season cut short because of a torn ACL was that it allowed fellow receiver T.Y. Hilton to speed up his development. And that’s why Hilton was voted as the 70th best offensive player in the NFL in ESPN.com’s player rankings. Show More Summary

PA: COLTS Acts on Phantom Ridership Probe

Meeting for the first time since the state Department of Transportation ordered the agency to repay $5.7 million for inflating senior ridership figures, the COLTS board Tuesday authorized solicitor Timothy Hinton to find a firm to conduct an independent investigation.

Wide Receiver Depth Presents Good Problem for the Indianapolis Colts

Depth is not a strength of the Indianapolis Colts. On the surface, the Colts have a decent starting roster. Sure there are a few holes, like at running back, offensive line and safety. But there are quality starters at all other positions,...Show More Summary

Colts GM: Trent Richardson needs to answer the bell, do his job

Colts GM Ryan Grigson needs RB Trent Richardson to have a big season in 2014.

Luck eager for extended playing time

INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts' starters will have the closest thing to a dress rehearsal for their season opener against the Denver Broncos on Sept. 7 when they likely play into the third quarter against the New Orleans Saints on Saturday. The starters played one series against the New York Jets on Aug. Show More Summary

Ryan Grigson: Trent Richardson needs to answer the bell

Colts running back Trent Richardson ran for eight yards on his first carry of the preseason, the kind of run that could be seen as a fresh start for a player who struggled to gain any positive yardage after joining the team during the 2013 season. Richardson has added just 26 yards on his next…

Colt Lyerla placed on IR, ending fantasy season

Colt Lyerla passed through waivers and will spend his rookie year on injured reserve. We break down the fantasy implications. Green Bay Packers tight end Colt Lyerla went unclaimed on waivers, and will be placed on injured reserve, ending...Show More Summary

Colts, Eagles swap players they were planning to waive

Well, this is interesting. The Eagles announced Wednesday they had traded rookie tailback David Fluellen to the Colts for rookie placekicker Cody Parkey. Earlier Wednesday, the Eagles said they were waiving Fluellen, a Toledo product. And the Colts, for their part, had announced Tuesday evening they would be parting ways with Parkey, who played collegiately…

Trent Richardson off to slow start

INDIANAPOLIS -- Look at Indianapolis Colts running back Trent Richardson's preseason rushing statistics and you probably want to climb to the top of the nearest mountain and scream, “Here we go again!” at the top of your lungs. Richardson has rushed for 34 yards on 14 attempts in two preseason games. Show More Summary

Junkyard Find: 1989 Mitsubishi Lancer, Wait, I Mean Plymouth Colt

At the same time Chrysler was selling heavily evolved— if that’s the word— Simcas, you could walk into the same showrooms that sold Turismos and Omnis and buy yourself a badge-engineered Mitsubishi Lancer. By the late 1980s, Mitsubishi...Show More Summary

NFL Preseason Betting Odds Preview: Colts Favored vs. Saints, 49ers Chalk vs. SD

The Indianapolis Colts will look for their first win when they host the New Orleans Saints in Week 3 of NFL preseason action. The 0-2 Colts are 2.5-point favorites against the Saints, according to online sportsbooks monitored by Odds Shark, despite blowing a 26-0 lead in the fourth quarter against the New York Giants last weekend. Show More Summary

Payton tried to recruit Colts' Wayne in H.S.

METAIRIE, La. -- New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton and Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne go way back. Well, sort of. Wayne, a New Orleans-area native, was among the ones who got away when Payton was recruiting the area forShow More Summary

Making the Call on the Indianapolis Colts' Hardest Remaining Cuts

The preseason is home to many things. Many focus on the teams, how the top teams look, what the scores (at least for the first-team units) are and the "eye test." Others watch for live action as players to try to get a last-minute edge...Show More Summary

Colts need Adams to step up at safety

INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson decided against looking outside the organization for a replacement for safety Antoine Bethea during the heart of the free-agency period in March. Grigson didn’t address the position through the draft, either. The Colts felt like they had their replacement on the roster in Delano Howell. Show More Summary

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