The screw in Ahmad Bradshaw's right foot could be an issue for him going forward. If he healthy, he could be a heck of an acquisition for the Indianapolis Colts. And the price sure seems right: It’s a one-year, $1.1 million contract that came with a $250,000 signing bonus. Show More Summary
Denae of the Indianapolis Tornados Syrens is also a Colts Cheer Alumni
Usually, the official Pro Football Talk Mt. Rushmore differs from the PFT Planet version in one of the four heads. On Monday, the two outcomes agreed completely on the blended Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts version. Two players from Baltimore, and two from Indy made it. From each city, it was a quarterback and his favorite wideout. John…
Mike Florio talks with Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star about the Colts’ Mount Rushmore and what we should expect from them this season. Will Ahmad Bradshaw be a boom or a bust?
Mike Florio talks with Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star about the Colts Mount Rushmore and what we should expect from the Colts this season. Then, Florio talks with the 5-time NFL Executive of the Year and newest member to the FNIA family, Scott Pioli about Tebow in New England, the Bengals participating in Hard…
It’s Year Two for coach Chuck Pagano and quarterback Andrew Luck with the Colts and we’ll check in on how it’s progressing on Monday’s edition of PFT Live. Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star will join Mike Florio on the program and give his wrap on how the team’s offseason workouts went this spring. Chappell…
First-year Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians noted in March his plans to diversify Larry Fitzgerald's alignments in 2013. He speaks with some credibility on the subject after taking a similar approach with Indianapolis Colts receiver...Show More Summary
Blame it on the Irsays. We realize that folks in Baltimore don’t want to share a Colts Mt. Rushmore with folks in Indy, and vice-versa. But when (like Art Modell) then Irsays moved the franchise and (unlike Modell) didn’t leave the nickname behind, the issue was resolved. There’s one Colts franchise, and there’s one Colts…
Megan of the Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders
Last year was an unbelievable journey for the Indianapolis Colts. After going 2-14 in 2011, the Colts brought in Andrew Luck with the No. 1 overall pick and played the majority of their season without their head coach, Chuck Pagano, who was battling leukemia. Show More Summary
The Indianapolis Colts signed Ahmad Bradshaw, via the Washington Post (h/t The Associated Press), to an incentive-laden deal in hopes that the former New York Giants star would be the running back that could push them from a playoff team to a Super Bowl contender. Show More Summary
The Indianapolis Colts signed Ahmad Bradshaw to an incentive-laden deal in hopes that the former Giants star would be the running back that could push them from a playoff team to a Super Bowl contender. For the plan to work, Bradshaw will have to overcome the chronic foot injuries that have plagued his career. Show More Summary
Ahmad Bradshaw, the former New York Giants’ running back, has agreed to terms with the Indianapolis Colts. The team made the announcement on Tuesday afternoon as they look to add some depth to their core of running backs. Bradshaw played each of his first six seasons in the NFL with the Giants and he’s coming [...]Show More Summary
Andrew Luck took the NFL by storm last season, along with fellow rookie quarterbacks Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson. Fans of all three teams hope their respective quarterbacks will lead their teams into a decade-long run of success. Show More Summary
The addition of free-agent running back Ahmad Bradshaw could make a positive impact for the Indianapolis Colts in 2013, but there are several other things to consider now that Bradshaw has signed with Indianapolis. The buzz surrounding...Show More Summary
Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders
In the interests of keeping his quarterback on his feet, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay offered up some “serious coin” and the result is a deal with Ahmad Bradshaw, one of the league’s better pass-blocking running backs. The Colts and … Continue reading ?
The Indianapolis Colts signed Ahmad Bradshaw to strengthen their running back position. The Colts had one of the least impressive group of running backs entering this season so the Bradshaw signing makes a lot of sense. Vick Ballard was expected to be the starter this season. Show More Summary
The Indianapolis Colts were one of the biggest surprises in the NFL last year, but as the team tries to build on last year's 11-win season, upgrading the NFL's 22nd-ranked ground game is a priority for head coach Chuck Pagano. The Colts...Show More Summary
The Indianapolis Colts signed Ahmad Bradshaw to a one-year deal on Tuesday.