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Daniel Jeremiah's Mock Draft 1.0 has the Colts Selecting Utah State QB Jordan Love Another NFL Mock Draft has been released, and this time, NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah has the Indianapolis Colts selecting Utah State quarterback Jordan Love with the 13th overall pick:.
Colts need to diversify their defensive scheme The Colts had some big problems on defense last season. They gave up a lot of big plays. They need to fix their defensive scheme to keep that from happening.
Latest Sports Illustrated Mock Draft has the Colts selecting Iowa Pass Rusher A.J. Epenesa According to SI.com's Kevin Hanson, the Indianapolis Colts could be looking to boost their pass rush with the projected selection of Iowa edge rusher A.J. Epenesa with the 13th overall pick of the 2020 NFL Draft:.
Grading the 2017 Colts Draft Class: A look back at Chris Ballard's first draft as GM At the end of his 3rd season as the Colts general manager, Chris Ballard has made some really notable improvements to the team, though the results so far have been a bit mixed. Ballard has received his fair share of praise, both here and from the Indianapolis media at large.
What the Colts can do at left tackle if Anthony Castonzo retires Anthony Castonzo is considering retirement right now. If he does, that leaves the Colts without a viable starting left tackle.
19 prospects Colts should watch at Senior Bowl Taking a look at 19 prospects for the Indianapolis Colts to watch during the 2020 Senior Bowl this week.
Colts News: Kemoko Turay listed as Colts' breakout player for 2020 Indianapolis Colts defensive end Kemoko Turay has been tabbed a top potential breakout candidate by Pro Football Focus heading into the 2020 season: Pro Football Focus has tabbed Indianapolis Colts defensive end Kemoko Turay as a potential breakout candidate heading into his third season in 2020.
Colts Projected To Have The Most Cap Space In 2020 The Indianapolis Colts have a number of roster needs to fill this offseason following a disappointing 2019 NFL season. Fortunately, it appears they will have plenty of resources to help spark a potential resurgence. The Colts are currently projected to have more cap space than any other team in the league, via Jason Fitzgerald of Overthecap.com:.
Colts' 2019 player review: WR Parris Campbell When the 2019 NFL Draft was all said and done, the Indianapolis Colts used the majority of their picks on the defensive side of the ball. However, there was some newfound excitement with the selection of wide receiver Parris Campbell. Games Played: 7Snaps: 196 Receptions: 18Receiving Yards: 127Touchdowns: 1Yards Per Reception: 7.1.
Volunteers put together survival kits for homeless INDIANAPOLIS - Volunteers at Kennedy King Park helped pack 1,000 survival kits for the homeless filled with food, water and hygiene products Monday as a part of Martin Luther King Day of Service. Indianapolis Colts players were among volunteers with the Kennedy King Memorial Initiative in honor of King.
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Tannehill among Pro Bowl replacements for Chiefs Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill and defensive tackle Jurrell Casey were added to the AFC roster Monday in place of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and defensive tackle Chris Jones. Jaguars receiver D.J. Chark and defensive end Josh Allen are also headed to Orlando, replacing Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill and defensive end Frank Clark.
Colts coaches need to improve young players It's up to the coaches to get the most out of these players. They have to coach them up and give them the tools they need to be successful. Brissett needs to improve the most out of anyone. If he can even just be above average next season, this team can make the playoffs.
Colts Tight End Jack Doyle Named to Second Career Pro Bowl The Indianapolis Colts have another standout headed to Orlando, Florida, for the Pro Bowl, as tight end Jack Doyle was named as an AFC replacement to Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce on Monday. It's the second career Pro Bowl for Doyle, who also made the team back in 2017.
Colts' Jack Doyle named to 2020 Pro Bowl Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle has been named a replacement in the 2020 Pro Bowl and will be heading down to Orlando for this week's All-Star Game. Because the Kansas City Chiefs are going to the Super Bowl, that means tight end Travis Kelce won't be going to the Pro Bowl.
Jack Doyle replaces Travis Kelce on AFC Pro Bowl roster Travis Kelce was selected to the Pro Bowl late in the regular season, but the Chiefs tight end is headed to the Super Bowl and that means someone else will be taking his place in Orlando this week. Colts tight end Jack Doyle has been tabbed to take Kelce's spot.
NFL mock draft roundup: Experts predict Colts' selection Who do the experts see the Colts drafting?
Senior Bowl Diary: Today is the day. This post isn't necessarily about football. If you're "not interested in your life story" or my experiences at the Senior Bowl, turn back now. This series will detail my experience with the 2020 Reese's Senior Bowl. If you would like to read the first story in the series you can click here.
What could the perfect offseason look like for Colts? While Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard and company have different ideas on what their vision for a perfect offseason would be, I wanted to share what my perfect offseason would include. The Colts hold the Nos. 13, 34 and 44 picks in this upcoming draft, and they have plenty of holes to fill.
Free agent TE Eric Ebron continues to show interest in Bears Is former Colts TE Eric Ebron be interested in signing with the Bears in free agency? He’s dropping hints that might be the case.
Colts TE Jack Doyle named to 2020 Pro Bowl Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle has been named to his second career Pro Bowl by the NFL, according to a press release. Doyle is replacing Travis Kelce, who will be playing in Super Bowl LIV for the Kansas City Chiefs. He finished the season with 43 catches for 448 yards and four touchdowns in 16 games for the Colts.
Colts TE Eric Ebron Hints He Wants to Become a Chicago Bear in Cryptic Tweet Sunday night, during the NFC Championship, Ebron retweeted a few Chicago Bears players, and the tweets he selected suggested he may be making a statement about which uniform he'd like to don in 2020. First, Ebron retweeted a video shared by Bears defensive lineman Akiem Hicks.
Colts take new QB-WR duo in Draft Wire's latest mock There are a number of ways the Indianapolis Colts can go about making their selections in the 2020 NFL Draft and even though we are still months away, the mock drafts are out in full force. Following the National Championship game between the LSU Tigers and Clemson Tigers, our friends over at Draft Wire conducted a four-round mock draft.
Colts' 2019 player review: WR Devin Funchess In hopes of beefing up the wide receiver corps, the Indianapolis Colts brought in Devin Funchess via free agency, but his time on the field was short-lived due to what eventually became a season-ending injury. Games Played: 1Snaps: 36 Receptions: 3Receiving Yards: 32Touchdowns: 0Yards Per Reception: 10.7.
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