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Reggie Wayne Injury: Updates on Colts WR's Triceps and Recovery

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne's future may be in doubt as he deals with a triceps injury. According to's Ian Rapoport, Wayne had surgery to fix the issue and is also deciding whether he wants to play next season: Once...Show More Summary

Insider Buzz: Colts Eyeing Veteran WRs, Locked in on Acquiring Brandon Marshall

The Indianapolis Colts need to improve their weapons around Andrew Luck, and plenty of questions around Reggie Wayne's playing future still remain. Which receivers are they targeting? How would they fit on the Colts offense? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Insider Jason Cole discuss Indianapolis' offseason in the video above. Show More Summary

Indianapolis Colts: 6 Best Options to Replace Trent Richardson This Offseason

It's time for the Indianapolis Colts to admit that the Trent Richardson experiment was a failure. After trading a first-round pick to the Cleveland Browns for Richardson, the Colts were never able to get much out of the former No. 3 overall pick. Show More Summary

Colts re-signing Matt Hasselbeck is good for Andrew Luck

INDIANAPOLIS -- The re-signing of veteran quarterback Matt Hasselbeck by the Indianapolis Colts doesn’t seem like a big deal on the surface. Hasselbeck will be 40 years old in September and it’s not like the Colts have a quarterbackShow More Summary

Matt Hasselbeck and Colts Agree on New Contract: Latest Details, Reaction

The Indianapolis Colts won't need to look for a backup quarterback any time soon. The team announced Thursday that it re-signed Matt Hasselbeck. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport noted that the deal is reportedly for $3 million. In two years...Show More Summary

Colts' Defensive Line Needs Grow Drastic with Jean Francois Release

As soon as the Indianapolis Colts' season ended, improving the defensive line became a priority. That'll happen when you allow 423 rushing yards in two games against the New England Patriots, including a 45-7 drubbing in the AFC Championship. The...Show More Summary

Updating Indianapolis Colts' 1st-Round Big Board Post-Combine

The NFL draft landscape is ever changing. As the draft approaches, the hope is that things will gain clarity. The reality is that nobody knows what will happen on April 30. For the Indianapolis Colts, that's even more true than for most. Show More Summary

Colts Must Sign Greg Hardy, Draft Monster Hitter at LB for Ultimate 2015 Defense

The Indianapolis Colts have some question marks on defense heading into the offseason. How can they improve on defense? Which players should they target in free agency and the draft? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Colts defense in the video above. Read more NFL news on

Indianapolis Colts: Latest Free Agency News and Rumors

The official free agency period is only a few weeks away, and as teams prepare to try to bring in players from around the NFL, the Indianapolis Colts are already generating a bit of buzz. Once again, the Colts will have the opportunity to be one of the bigger spenders in free agency. Show More Summary

5 Hidden Gems the Indianapolis Colts Should Have Noticed at the Combine

While the NFL combine shouldn't be a make-or-break factor in determining potential targets, it is a valuable tool in seeing the full picture of prospects. The Indianapolis Colts need to nail the 2015 draft due to a talent vacuum with...Show More Summary

Colts are positioning themselves to be big spenders in free agency

INDIANAPOLIS -- The bad news is the Indianapolis Colts released defensive lineman Ricky Jean Francois on Monday, a player they signed as part of the 2013 free-agent class who hasn't lived up to expectations. The good news is the Colts...Show More Summary

Ricky Jean Francois Cut by Colts: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

Two years into a four-year contract he signed prior to the 2013 season, defensive lineman Ricky Jean Francois has been released by the Indianapolis Colts. ESPN's Adam Caplan has the news: In 16 games (13 starts) last season, the 28-year-old recorded 34 combined tackles, 3.0 sacks and six pass deflections. Show More Summary

Indianapolis Colts Mock Draft: 7-Round Predictions, Post-Combine

With the NFL Scouting Combine now complete, we turn our attention to free agency, pro days and quotes from "anonymous scouts" as our predraft appetizers. The combine presented a closer look at a number of prospects, especially the high-profile guys expected to go in the higher rounds. Show More Summary

Report: Colts, Trent Richardson at odds over complications with girlfriend's pregnancy

Trent Richardson has twice been a flop to date in the NFL — first as the No. 3 overall pick in 2012 of the Cleveland Browns, then after the Indianapolis Colts traded a first-round pick for him the following year. He simply hasn't panned...Show More Summary

Three things we learned at combine: Colts

INDIANAPOLIS -- Observed and heard at the NFL combine Friday: Wait-and-see approach: There was quite a bit of excitement when the Indianapolis Colts signed receiver Duron Carter earlier this month. Part of the reason behind the excitement is that Carter is the son of Hall of Fame receiver Cris Carter. Show More Summary

Todd Gurley's situation should be a red flag for the Colts

INDIANAPOLISThe fact that Georgia running back Todd Gurley reportedly won’t let doctors at the NFL combine examine him should be a warning flag for the Indianapolis Colts if he’s available when they pick at No. 29 in the draft. The...Show More Summary

Can Boom Herron Carry the Load as a Starting NFL Running Back?

The Indianapolis Colts need a starting running back. I'm not dropping a Hot Take on anybody, right? This should be a fairly accepted point. The Colts only have Trent Richardson and Zurlon Tipton returning from last year's team, and Richardson...Show More Summary

Colts owner Jim Irsay spends $335,500 to buy controversial Les Paul guitar

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Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay swooped in tonight to purchase the controversial Les Paul guitar, saying he paid $335,500 to add the instrument to a collection that includes the guitar Bob Dylan played when he went electric at the Newport Folk Festival and Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia’s “Tiger.” “I know there was a lot […]

Colts told NFL about deflated footballs before AFC Championship to 'level the playing field'

The Indianapolis Colts told the NFL days before playing the AFC Championship that they thought the New England Patriots were deflating footballs. It appears they were right in their assertion. The discovery of deflated footballs being used by the New England Patriots was not totally a case of circumstance. Show More Summary

Colts' Pat McAfee wants punters and kickers to get noticed

INDIANAPOLISIndianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee was at Lucas Oil Stadium dressed like he had just finished running the 40-yard dash during the NFL combine. “No, no, I’ve got to give these young guys a chance,” McAfee joked. McAfee...Show More Summary

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