The Colts drafted Coby Fleener and Dwayne Allen in 2012, a pair of players they likely expect to occupy the tight end position for at least the next few years. You never know when injury might strike, however, and the team checked out a few players who could serve as insurance policies this week. Aaron…
Indianapolis took two tight ends in the 2012 NFL draft. Their early second-round pick, Coby Fleener, was a more athletic player with gaudier numbers. Their early third-round pick, Dwayne Allen, was just as productive but with more ordinary athleticism and better blocking. Show More Summary
The Colts have gotten into the habit of ruling out cornerback Vontae Davis and tight end Coby Fleener early in the week and it isn’t a habit they’re ready to break just yet. Coach Bruce Arians said Wednesday that both players will miss this week’s game against the Patriots. According to Mike Chappell of the…
The Colts will be without two starters Sunday against the Dolphins, as interim coach Bruce Arians said cornerback Vontae Davis and tight end Coby Fleener would not play this week. According to the Associated Press, Arians said he hoped the injuries would not be long-term. Both players were hurt Sunday at Tennessee. Davis left the…
Colts TE Coby Fleener said he's making a steady adjustment to playing in the NFL and knows his first pro TD will come sooner than later.
The Colts offense that takes the field against the Jets will include four rookies: Andrew Luck, Vick Ballard, Coby Fleener and Dwayne Allen. A fifth, T.Y. Hilton, will work as the third receiver. Interim coach Bruce Arians knows mistakes...Show More Summary
Among the late-week fantasy TE tips, you watch Dustin Keller's health carefully, while Coby Fleener is the preferred option in Indianapolis.
Coby Fleener talks about his relationship with Andrew Luck.
Coby Fleener is gone and now playing TE for the Indianapolis Colts. Most teams would be devastated by such a loss, but Stanford is actually in outstanding shape at the position. Fleener was one of the best TEs to ever wear Stanford Cardinal. Show More Summary
When the 2012 NFL draft began, everyone knew the Indianapolis Colts were taking Andrew Luck with the No. 1 overall pick—but would his college teammate and go-to target at Coby Fleener last under the start of Round 2? Fortunately for the Colts, he did, and they were able to pair the dynamic duo at the ground floor of their rebuilding process. Show More Summary
The Colts announced Wednesday that they have signed second-round rookie TE Coby Fleener.
Colts rookie TE Coby Fleener said he's agreed to terms on a contract with the club, he wrote on Twitter on Wednesday.
The first post-Peyton draft class in Indy is now fully in the fold. Stanford tight end Coby Fleener, a second-round pick and former (and current) teammate of No. 1 overall selection Andrew Luck, has agreed to terms. The teams announced the deal Wednesday night. Camp for the Colts opens on Saturday.
Adam Jones appeared at the NFL Rookie Symposium recently and, according to Colts tight end Coby Fleener, gave a 'memorable' performance that included the man formerly known as 'Pacman' recounting a story where he spent $1 million in a weekend.
College football lost plenty of talented tight ends this offseason, including well-known names such as Coby Fleener, Michael Egnew, Orson Charles, Dwayne Allen and Ladarius Green. Still, the good news is that there are plenty of young and hungry budding stars at the position who are ready to step out onto the national stage in 2012. Show More Summary
Without even knowing it, the Indianapolis Colts started a new experiment when they drafted Stanford’s Andrew Luck and Coby Fleener with their first two picks in the 2012 NFL draft. To the naked eye, the Colts appeared to have picked the top prospect at quarterback and tight end from the draft, and they just so happened to be college teammates. Show More Summary
Coby Fleener benefited from having Andrew Luck as his quarterback at Stanford. Now, he'll benefit from having Luck in Indianapolis. Luck's top receiver/tight end was Indianapolis' second-round pick, and Fleener will be reunited with his college quarterback. Show More Summary
Welcome to the Bulletin Board, where we are used to getting locked out. Paul Kuharsky looks at players with upside. Indianapolis ESPN's Sports Science looks at Coby Fleener. Kyle Rodriguez looks at the challenges the Colts face to win over a fanbase. Show More Summary
Stanford had one of the nation’s most prolific offenses in 2011, led by the likes of Andrew Luck, Coby Fleener and linemen David DeCastro and Jonathan Martin. All of them, along with several other offensive stars, have departed The Farm for the NFL, but one key returning player is senior RB Stepfan Taylor. Show More Summary