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Indianapolis Colts: Facts, Figures and Feats

We are more than two months into the 2017 fiscal year for the National Football League. It’s safe to say we have seen plenty of player movement via free agency and trades. And in late April, a total of 253 players were selected in the NFL draft. So as teams stare at mini-camps, OTAs and […] The post Indianapolis Colts: Facts, Figures and Feats appeared first on EndZoneScore.

Colts sign 3rd-round pick Basham to complete rookie class

The Indianapolis Colts have signed third-round draft pick Tarell Basham        

Indianapolis Colts sign fourth-round pick Marlon Mack

In the 2017 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts had a plethora of issues to address. Most of them were on the defensive side of the ball, but there was a need on the offense that needed to be filled. Frank Gore is the starting runningShow More Summary

Indianapolis Colts: 2017 may be last time Chuck Pagano can show defensive prowess

When the Indianapolis Colts brought in first-time head coach Chuck Pagano to lead the team in 2012, they were expecting him to turn things around on defense. Before coming to Indianapolis, Pagano was on the defensive staff for John Harbaugh’s Baltimore Ravens. Show More Summary

Colts sign 4th draft pick, waive 2nd-year offensive lineman

The Indianapolis Colts have signed fourth-round draft pick Zach Banner and waived second-year center Austin Blythe        

Colts announce front office changes, make roster moves

The Indianapolis Colts have hired five new people in their scouting department        

Indianapolis signs 3 draft picks before rookie camp opens

The Indianapolis Colts have signed three of their eight draft picks        

Doyel: Imagine being the guy to replace Pat McAfee

This is a story about Jeff Locke, not Pat McAfee. Locke is the Indianapolis Colts' punter — not Pat McAfee. But the most notable thing about Jeff Locke: He's, um, you know. Not Pat McAfee.        

Colts expected to add Morocco Brown to personnel department

The names of the new members of the personnel department in Indianapolis have begun coming out this week and another one was added to the list on Wednesday. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Morocco Brown is expected to be part of General Manager Chris Ballard’s staff. Brown was let go by the Browns…

Indianapolis Colts can find new identity in run game with Frank Gore, Marlon Mack

The Indianapolis Colts recently have not been known for their intense running style. Only once since 2007 has the team had a 1,000-yard rusher, and that was last season with their current starting running back, Frank Gore. That really shows how difficult of a time it has been for the Colts to run the ball. Show More Summary

Indianapolis Colts retiring Peyton Manning’s jersey; unveiling statue of him in Week 5

Not many players have had as big of an impact on a single city as Peyton Manning. Because of Manning, the Indianapolis Colts became one of the premier franchises in the NFL and the city itself was put on the map. His impact was so great,...Show More Summary

Indianapolis Colts will retire Peyton Manning's number and unveil a statue

There are very few players who are as synonymous with an NFL franchise as Peyton Manning is with the Indianapolis Colts. And later this year, outside the stadium that might not have been built without the success of the Manning era in Indy, a statue of the longtime quarterback will be unveiled. Show More Summary

Manning's number to be retired during fall ceremony in Indy

Peyton Manning will become the first Indianapolis Colts player to have his jersey retired during a two-day celebration of his career this fall        

The Colts are turning to the Green Berets to build a better roster

With Brian Decker at the helm, the washout rate of Special Forces in the Army was 30 percent lower than when he took over. The Indianapolis Colts took a step to think outside the box under new general manager Chris Ballard by hiring Army Lt. Show More Summary

Colts Hire Ex-Military Guy To Do Advanced Grit Science, Or Something

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As reported by Seth Wickersham and his own website, former special-forces officer Brian Decker has been hired by the Indianapolis Colts to be a player personnel strategist. Read more...

Griffey Jr.'s son among 18 rookie free agents signed by Indy

The Indianapolis Colts have signed 18 undrafted rookies including receivers Trey Griffey and Jerome Lane, whose fathers were pro athletes        

Indianapolis Colts: Chris Ballard trying to change team’s identity, and that is a good thing

The 2017 offseason has been the busiest in Indianapolis Colts history. New general manager Chris Ballard has brought in the most free agents ever in the team’s lineage, and for good reason. Not only that, but the 2017 NFL Draft was his biggest chance to set the tone for his tenure in Indianapolis. Show More Summary

Gary Barnidge pausing search for new team, may visit Jags and Panthers

Tight end Gary Barnidge visited with the Bills on Wednesday and his next stop will be to see several colts, but he won’t be in Indianapolis. Barnidge is pausing his search for a new team and going to Louisville for this weekend’s Kentucky Derby. Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that once Barnidge is done…

Sportballers Who Love Books

It’s not often that you hear about an athlete who hosts his own book podcast, but Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck does just that, reports Yahoo News. (Also namechecked for bibliophilic tendendies in the piece: Pats receiver Malcolm...Show More Summary

Matt Overton: Never just a football player in Indy

Matt Overton’s had harder days than Monday, when the Indianapolis Colts handed him a pink slip after five seasons. He’s been cut plenty times before.        

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