Free-agent safety LaRon Landry, who appeared in 11 games for the Indianapolis Colts last season, is facing a 10-game suspension for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances. Continue for updates. ESPN: Landry Suspended 10 Games Friday, Mar. Show More Summary
The NFL reportedly suspended LaRon Landry for 10 games today for violating the league's PED policy. Landry's currently a free-agent safety who last played for the Colts. Read more...
The Pittsburgh Steelers are hoping Troy Polamalu retires as opposed to having to release him, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Where are some potential landing spots for Polamalu ? Should he retire? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss potential options for Polamalu in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
The Buccaneers were quick to show interest in former Eagles pass-rusher Trent Cole. But they’re far from his only suitor. Via Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, the Colts want to bring Cole in for a visit if he leaves Tampa today without a deal. The Colts have cap room to make moves, and…
The Chiefs saw a lot of safety Tyvon Branch when he played for the Raiders and they may be interested in seeing a lot more of him during the 2015 season. Branch has visited with the Colts and Redskins since being released by Oakland and Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports reports that he’s scheduled to…
INDIANAPOLIS -- Receiver was on the list of needs for the Indianapolis Colts whether Reggie Wayne returned to the team or not. The need for a veteran receiver increases even more now that Wayne officially will not be returning to the franchise he spent 14 seasons with. T.Y. Show More Summary
For us, it’s that time of the NFL year when we have to watch old, loved dogs get taken out back behind the shed.
The Indianapolis Colts announced that Reggie Wayne will not be back with the team, according to ESPN.com's Mike Wells. Should Wayne retire? Where are some top landing spots if Wayne still wants to play? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss landing spots for Wayne in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
INDIANAPOLIS -- The visiting locker room inside Gillette Stadium was nearly empty. There were a few equipment managers making sure nothing was left behind, and one Indianapolis Colts player: Reggie Wayne. The 14-year veteran receiver...Show More Summary
Fact: The Colts announced they will not be re-signing Reggie Wayne. Wayne currently has the eighth-most NFL receiving yards (14,345) all time. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
The Colts won't re-sign Reggie Wayne, a historical figure for their football team. Here are 6 things you need to know about his run with Indy.
After 14 illustrious seasons with the Indianapolis Colts, wide receiver Reggie Wayne will not return to the team in 2015. According to Colts.com, the organization announced Friday that it will not re-sign the 36-year-old wideout. Wayne...Show More Summary
The Indianapolis Colts selected Reggie Wayne in the first round of the 2001 NFL draft, but his time with the team has come to an end. Now, the question becomes where he'll go in free agency. Continue for updates. Wayne Won't Return to...Show More Summary
The Indianapolis Colts announced Friday they will not re-sign All-Pro receiver Reggie Wayne, marking the end of an era for that franchise.
The Indianapolis Colts on Friday announced they will not be re-signing wide receiver Reggie Wayne, who has played more regular season games than any other Colts player and ranks second in franchise history in receptions (1,070), receiving yards (14,345), receiving touchdowns (80), 100-yard games (43) and consecutive games with a reception (134). Wayne, 36, has […]
It's the end of another era. In this day an age it's not surprising that a player such as Reggie Wayne won't spend his entire career with the same team, but the news that the Colts are letting Wayne play elsewhere next season stillShow More Summary
The Bears made good on their promise to “explore trade options” for Brandon Marshall, by trading him. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, they’ve dealt the mercurial wideout to the Jets. The Colts and Browns had also shown interest, but the Jets make sense on a number of levels. First, they need players. And his…
No one has ever played more games for the Colts than wide receiver Reggie Wayne, but he won’t be adding to his lead in that category. The Colts announced Friday that they will not re-sign Wayne, who is set to become a free agent on Tuesday. Outside of his outsize role in the history of…
Wayne is an all-time great, but should he plan next year it will be in another uniform. Reggie Wayne has enjoyed a fantastic 14-year run with the Indianapolis Colts, but that has come to an end. On Friday, the franchise announced itShow More Summary
Somewhere between the extremes lies the true value of defensive end Jerry Hughes. After just 873 snaps with the Colts over three seasons, the former first-round pick was dealt to Buffalo for middle linebacker Kelvin Sheppard, a player who Indianapolis would cut after just one season with the team. Show More Summary