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Re-Grading the Indianapolis Colts' Past 5 Drafts

To improve in the future, we must look to the past. As the 2014 NFL draft inches closer, much of our analysis will be forward-looking. As such, we've looked at potential prospects, team needs and ideal fits. But today, we look behind us. Show More Summary

Colts sign Colt Anderson

The Colts welcomed back many old faces at the start of the offseason workout program Monday and they also said hello to a new member of the team. The team announced that they have signed safety Colt Anderson. No terms were announced. Anderson signed with the Eagles while he was a member of the Vikings’…

Costa's retirement puts Colts in tough spot

INDIANAPOLIS -- Center Phil Costa wasn't even around long enough to be asked about dating Hulk Hogan's daughter let alone possibly hike the ball to quarterback Andrew Luck with the Indianapolis Colts. Costa, in a surprising announcement,...Show More Summary

Colts center Phil Costa retires at age 26

Phil Costa, a center who signed with the Colts as a free agent last month, has surprisingly decided to retire. The Colts announced today that the 26-year-old Costa, who previously spent four years with the Cowboys, is calling it a career. “Phil feels it’s in his best interest to retire from the game,” Colts General…

Ranking the Indianapolis Colts' Biggest Needs in the Draft

The 2014 NFL draft just keeps creeping closer and closer. Now just a few weeks away, the May 8-10 extravaganza will be the most hyped offseason event of the year. Just like the rest of the league, the Indianapolis Colts are looking to the draft with much anticipation. Show More Summary

Chiefs' offseason program begins Monday

The Kansas City Chiefs will gather as a group at their practice facility on Monday for the first time since losing their wild-card playoff game to the Indianapolis Colts in January. The Chiefs are among the NFL teams that will beginShow More Summary

Giving away guns is the newest chicken-in-every-pot

All hail the mighty gun, master of us all. It does seem that the number of Republicans giving away guns has been considerably elevated of late. Rep. Paul Broun (R-Ga.), 2014: The US Senate candidate gave away a Colt AR-15 and a Colt Marine Corps 1911 Rail Pistol to two members of his email list. South Carolina state Sen. Show More Summary

Colts coach watches Colorado’s Paul Richardson

Indianapolis Colts wide receivers coach Charlie Williams was among the representatives from 26 teams on hand for Colorado’s pro day March 12. Seven players worked out indoors on FieldTurf. Most were on hand to see wide receiver Paul Richardson, who was measured at 6-foot, 170 pounds. Show More Summary

Mike Tice’s Midnight Hawk the 4-5 favorite in $500,000 Illinois Derby

Midnight Hawk, a three-year-old colt co-owned by Falcons offensive line coach Mike Tice, is the heavy favorite to capture Saturday’s $500,000 Illinois Derby at Hawthorne Race Course in Cicero. Midnight Hawk has been installed as the 4-5 favorite on the track’s morning line, which is an estimate of how the race will be bet. No…

Gun Believed To Be Wyatt Earp's Sold For $225,000

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — A gun thought to have been carried by Wyatt Earp during the famous O.K. Corral shootout in Tombstone has sold at auction for $225,000. A telephone bidder in New Mexico made the winning bid for the Colt.45 revolver...Show More Summary

Wyatt Earp Colt Revolver Used At O.K. Corral Gun Fight In Tombstone Sold For $225k

The Wyatt Earp gun used during the O.K. corral gun fight in Tombstone has been sold at auction for $225,000, selling for quite a bit higher than its estimated value. In a related report by The Inquisitr, back in 2012 the guns used by Bonnie and Clyde were sold at auction for over half a

PFT One-on-one: Ryan Grigson

Colts GM Ryan Grigson sits down with Mike Florio to discuss Andrew Luck’s impending contract extension, the Colts offseason thus far and what the team’s goals are for next year.

Reggie Wayne: If you say I’m over the hill, I’ll prove you wrong

As Colts receiver Reggie Wayne recovers from last season’s torn ACL, one thing is motivating him to work harder than ever: Knowing that people doubt he can do it. Wayne told Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star that “naysayers” in the media are pushing him through his rehab. “It’s you guys,” Wayne said. “You guys…

Colts sign two fullbacks from Super Regional Combine

The Colts have added a pair of fullbacks who took part in last week’s NFL Super Regional Combine in Detroit. The club said Thursday it had signed Stephen Campbell and Cameron White, each of whom was not in the NFL in 2013. Campbell (6-1, 245) played for West Virginia Wesleyan from 2009 through 2012. He…

Colts hope Trent Richardson is ‘bell cow’

In today's Three and Out: Trent Richardson is eyeing "bell cow" status in Indianapolis; the Texans could be eyeing WR help.

Andrew Luck had to get away from football for a few

Some quarterbacks decompress over the offseason by burying themselves in football (and possibly violating the CBA). Others take a difference approach. Colts quarterback Andrew Luck spent a few months traveling the world, getting away from football before returning to work next week. “You do have to get away, at least in my mind you do,…

Chuck Pagano: It’s an important offseason for Trent Richardson

The Colts kick off their offseason program on Monday and it promises to be a big one for running back Trent Richardson. Richardson’s in-season arrival in a trade with the Browns cost the Colts a first-round pick and got them a back who wound up being benched in favor of Donald Brown near the end…

Colts haven’t retired No. 88, but they won’t let Nicks wear it

Technically, the Colts have not retired the 88 jersey which the team’s all-time leading receiver, Marvin Harrison, wore during his 13 seasons in Indianapolis, and which Hall of Fame tight end John Mackey wore for nine seasons in Baltimore. But the Colts aren’t giving No. 88 out anymore. That became clear when the Colts’ website…

Why the Colts Could Target a Wide Receiver in the 2nd Round of the NFL Draft

To some fans of the Indianapolis Colts, the signing of Hakeem Nicks, the recovery of Reggie Wayne and Dwayne Allen and the growth of young receivers last season has taken care of the wide receiver position. Nicks will join Wayne and T.Y. Show More Summary

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