The Seahawks made the move official Friday, placing defensive end Cliff Avril on injured reserve. He continues to explore his medical options after injuring his neck during an Oct. 1 game against the Colts. He said earlier this week he is not considering retirement. On injured reserve, Avril will miss at least the next eight [more]
Colts running back Robert Turbin suffered an elbow injury in the team’s loss to the Titans on Monday night and initial word out of Indy was that it would end Turbin’s season. It looks like that will be the case. The Colts placed Turbin on injured reserve Friday. Turbin, who joined the Colts last season, [more]
Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette remained a non-participant in Friday’s final practice before Sunday’s game against the Colts, but the team’s not making a final call on his availability for Sunday just yet. Fournette has been listed as questionable after spending the week out of practice because of the ankle injury he suffered late in [more]
Defensive end Cliff Avril will be placed on injured reserve by the Seattle Seahawks as he continues to recover from a neck injury sustained three weeks ago against the Indianapolis Colts. While Avril’s status for this season remains highly in doubt, Avril currently doesn’t have plans to walk away from the game completely. According to [more]
The Indianapolis Colts' continually changing offensive line faces a big challenge Sunday
After the Titans beat the Colts on Monday night, Titans coach Mike Mularkey called the game a “good model” for what they want at running back. Derrick Henry and DeMarco Murray had a nearly even split of snaps while combining to gain 171 yards on 31 carries in the 36-22 win. Replicating that approach may [more]
The latest news regarding the three-legged-tortoise slow recovery of Colts quarterback Andrew Luck from shoulder surgery performed in January necessarily delays his timetable for a return even deeper into the season. It also raises a fair question: Will he play at all this year? I’m starting to think he won’t. But I also think the [more]
There's no timetable for his return.
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck suffered a setback while rehabbing from offseason shoulder surgery after practicing with the team over the last two weeks, and will be shut down until further notice.
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Andrew Luck will not practice this week after developing soreness in his throwing shoulder
If you were hoping to see Andrew Luck back under center for the Indianapolis Colts this week as they host the Jacksonville Jaguars, we have some bad news for you. Not only will Luck not be making his return to game play this week, Colts...Show More Summary
The Colts star quarterback could end up missing the entire 2017 season
Quarterback Andrew Luck has practiced with the Colts the last two weeks, but he won’t be on the practice field this week. General Manager Chris Ballard made that announcement during a media session on Wednesday afternoon. Ballard said that the reason why Luck is going to sit out this week is because he’s been experiencing [more]
Luck has been out all season with a shoulder injury that began two years ago. The Indianapolis Colts are still without Andrew Luck after the quarterback underwent surgery in January. Recently acquired passer Jacoby Brissett has played well as the team’s starter in Luck’s place, but the Colts are undeniably worse without the No. Show More Summary
Last night’s Monday Night Football offering featured the Colts in Nashville taking on the Titans, and the game ended up being fairly close! It wasn’t an incredibly well-played contest, because it featured the Colts, but it was tied late,...Show More Summary
The Colts are expected to place running back Robert Turbin on injured reserve after his nasty elbow injury Monday night. “His season is probably over unfortunately and we’re going to miss Robert Turbin,’’ Colts coach Chuck Pagano said on “Colts Roundtable’’ on 1070 The Fan, via Mike Chappell of Fox 59. “I mean, what a [more]
AFC South games routinely generate the NFL’s lowest television ratings, and last night was no exception. The Titans’ win over the Colts drew a 6.1 overnight rating for ESPN on Monday night, which according to Austin Karp of SportsBusiness Daily is the third-lowest overnight ESPN has had for a Monday night game since it acquired [more]
There once was an underdog chestnut colt that ran in a prestigious stakes race in Ireland and won despite 100-to-1 odds. The horse is immortalized on the label of the single-malt whiskey that bears its name, The Tyrconnell, and a doppelg?nger stars in a mini-movie for the heritage brand that lays a lilting Irish brogue...
It felt like a little bit of history was being made on Monday Night Football as the Tennessee Titans finally snapped their 11-game consecutive losses to the Indianapolis Colts last night. However, as the Titans stopped the streak going...Show More Summary