Why Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri won't call it quits -- and will be back with the team for a 13th season
Adam Vinatieri signs 1-year extension with Colts, giving kicker a chance to set scoring record
Adam Vinatieri officially will return to the Colts, for a 13th season. The team announced the transaction on Thursday. “Adam is one of the best players in NFL history and we are excited to keep him in Indianapolis,” Colts G.M. Chris Ballard said in a statement. “He continues to play at a high level and [more]
The future Hall of Fame kicker will be back in the saddle for another year with Indianapolis
The 45-year old Vinatieri is chasing a few of the NFL's all-time kicking records.
Wednesday brought word that the Colts were on the verge of an agreement with kicker Adam Vinatieri on a one-year deal that would keep the veteran in Indianapolis. Thursday brings word that the deal is done. Adam Schefter of ESPN was the first to report Vinatieri has agreed to a contract for a 13th season [more]
Vinatieri, ageless wonder, re-signed with the Colts for another season. He can break the all-time points record this season Adam Vinatieri will still be the NFL’s oldest player in 2018. On Thursday, he agreed to a one-year deal to stay...Show More Summary
Vinatieri is about to finalize a deal to return for his age-46 season
The kicker market is indeed moving. After the Titans kept Ryan Succop yesterday and the Colts neared a deal with Adam Vinatieri today, there’s a sudden spike in the market for old kickers. According to D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Falcons have opened contract discussions with veteran Matt Bryant. The 42-year-old Bryant is [more]
The news that Adam Vinatieri is signing on for another year as the Colts’ kicker is good news in Indianapolis, because at age 45 he’s still playing well. It’s also another reminder of what a remarkable career Vinatieri has had. Here are some of the records that he has either already set or is closing [more]
The league’s oldest player is staying put. According to Bob Kravitz of WTHR, Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri is on the verge of signing a one-year deal to remain in Indianapolis, with a deal that could be finished as soon as tomorrow. The 45-year-old Vinatieri said throughout last season he wanted to keep going, and that [more]
Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri already has announced he will play a 23rd NFL season. The question is: Where? Vinatieri, 45, is scheduled to become a free agent in March. “I feel like my body is still in good shape, and I can help and contribute to a team,” Vinatieri said, via Andrew Walker of the [more]
Adam Vinatieri famously lost his in a Buffalo blizzard, but what about Gronk, Adam Thielen and Sean Lee?
Frank Gore and Adam Vinatieri don't intend to use Sunday's season finale as their retirement party
Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri will turn 45 on Thursday, but he’s not done playing yet. Vinatieri said after the Colts’ loss in Baltimore on Saturday that he has already decided he will definitely play in 2018. What he can’t say, however, is where he’ll play. Vinatieri is in the final year of his contract, and [more]
Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri had a $500,000 bonus for making 90 percent of his field goals.
Gramatica Errors Week 14: The Iceman Toeth Welcome to Gramatica Errors, SB Nation’s weekly kicking and punting column. As always, we will do our best to avoid any and all foot puns. Now let’s kick things off... The Snow Gods laugh at...Show More Summary
The ridiculous field conditions on Hoth Sunday could prove costly to Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri, beyond the losing of another game. Via Mike Wells of ESPN.com, Vinatieri’s two misses in the snowdrifts of Buffalo last week could end up costing the veteran kicker a $500,000 incentive in his contract. He missed a potential game-winner from [more]
In one of the most intense all-time blizzards the league has seen, Indy – and especially kicker Adam Vinatieri – endured a true whiteout game in its 13-7 overtime loss in Buffalo on Sunday. #Broncos Vance Joseph said does not buy into losing to improve draft status.
It was hard to believe Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri was still working in the snow on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.