Safety Malik Hooker, the Indianapolis Colts’ top draft pick, will start training camp on the physically unable to perform list.
Colts general manager Chris Ballard said Monday that Andrew Luck will open training camp on the physically unable to perform or PUP list.
Michael, 5-10, 220 pounds, was signed by the Colts as a free agent on June 1, 2017.
The Colts quarterback held his Change the Play Camp Sunday morning on the campus of the University of Saint Francis for a second straight year.
Michael, 5-10, 220 pounds, has played in 37 career NFL games (nine starts) in his time with the Green Bay Packers (2016), Seattle Seahawks (2013-16) and Dallas Cowboys (2015).
Former Colts general manager Ryan Grigson has a new gig as senior personnel executive for the Cleveland Browns.
Receiver T.Y. Hilton and defensive back Darius Butler took center stage at Parkview Field on Thursday night, headlining the annual “Colts At Bat” event in Fort Wayne.
Colts Prow Bowl wide receiver T.Y. Hilton, defensive back Darius Butler, and cheerleaders will be signing autographs at Parkview Field on Thursday, May 18, when the TinCaps host the Great Lakes Loons (Los Angeles Dodgers) for a 7:05 p.m. game.
Peyton Manning will have a statue outside Lucas Oil Stadium, be inducted into the team’s Ring of Honor and become the seventh player in franchise history with a retired number.
June 11 at Saint Francis – camp is free to kids ages 5 to 13 but you must register ahead of time – click on this story for a link to register!
he Indianapolis Colts have released long snapper Matt Overton and safety Duke Williams while putting eight other players on waivers.
Of the eight selections by the Colts in the NFL Draft, six were on the defensive side of the ball as first year GM Chris Ballard looks to solidify that unit.
The Indianapolis Colts continued their defensive remap Thursday by taking Ohio State safety Malik Hooker with the 15th overall pick in the NFL draft.
The former Colts and Packers center Jeff Saturday spoke at the Kendallville Chamber of Commerce annual banquet about the Colts and the possibility of one day being inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame.
The Colts have the easiest strength of schedule and a trio of primetime games as the NFL unveils the matchups for all 17 weeks of the season.
The 25-year old Hankins was a second round pick by the Giants out of Ohio State in 2013.
Indianapolis opens preseason slate at home against Lions August 13 at 1:30 p.m.
Will host Lions and Bengals, play at Cowboys and Steelers. Dates and times still to be determined.
Among the changes: “Leapers” trying to block field goals or extra points have been outlawed, and crackback blocks by a backfield player who goes in motion no longer are legal.
A six-year veteran, Jones was scheduled to cost the team $7.35 million next season. Indianapolis will save $5 million under the salary cap with the move.