Faster tempo allows Colts, Luck to hold off Bears 29-23

After hearing the clamor for changes all week, the Colts cranked up the pace, took their first halftime lead of the season and, yes, even managed to pull out a badly needed victory, 29-23 victory over the Chicago Bears.

Colts late rally falls short in London

The team that leads the NFL in surrendered leads since 2014 pulled out a gutsy 30-27 victory Sunday over the Indianapolis Colts despite conceding three fourth-quarter touchdowns to Andrew Luck and Frank Gore.

Colts struggle against Broncos defense

They held Luck to 197 yards passing and came up with the game-changer when Talib stepped in front of Luck’s pass early in the fourth quarter and returned it 46 yards for a score. It was the ninth pick-six of Talib’s career.

Prater’s late field goal spoils Colts season opener

Detroit Lions kicker Matt Prater just wanted a second chance Sunday. Matthew Stafford ensured he got it — and Prater delivered with a 43-yard field goal that gave the Lions a wild 39-35 victory at Indianapolis.

Morris rallies Colts to win in final preseason game

Stephen Morris’ 25-yard touchdown pass to undrafted rookie Tevaun Smith with 40 seconds left gave the Indianapolis Colts a 13-10 preseason victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night with both teams’ starters watching from the sidelines.

Colts’ starters struggle in preseason loss to Eagles

Colts: Left guard Jack Mewhort was supposed to be one of the key parts on Indy’s offensive line. But he left in the third quarter with a knee injury and is scheduled to have an MRI to determine if it’s a torn ACL. Cornerback Darius Butler also did not return after injuring his ankle in the first quarter.

Backup QB’s lead Colts to win in preseason opener

With Andrew Luck getting a break, backup quarterbacks Scott Tolzien and Stephen Morris teamed up in leading the Indianapolis Colts to a 19-18 preseason-opening win over the Buffalo Bills on Saturday night.

Titans agree to terms with former Colt Andre Johnson

The third pick overall in 2003 spent his first 12 seasons with the Titans’ AFC South rival, the Houston Texans, where he is the franchise’s all-time leading receiver. He played last season with Indianapolis, where he caught 41 passes for 503 yards and four touchdowns.

Colts report to Anderson for training camp

Training camp will play a crucial role in getting the offense to gel as a unit – and most importantly, creating that “grit” that Coach Pagano always talks about.