Indianapolis Colts

Vinatieri coming back to Colts

Kicker Adam Vinatieri, the NFL’s oldest player, has agreed to terms to remain with the Indianapolis Colts.

Report: Colts to cut ties with Andre Johnson

Johnson was one of the centerpieces of general manager Ryan Grigson’s free-agent shopping last offseason, signing a three-year, $21 million contract that included $10 million in guarantee

Colts to face Packers in Hall of Fame Game

The NFL today announced the Indianapolis Colts and Green Bay Packers will travel to Canton, Ohio in August to kick off the National Football League’s 2016 preseason in the NFL/Hall of Fame Game.

Colts finalize coaching staff

The Indianapolis Colts today named Tim Berbenich as offensive assistant/assistant quarterbacks coach and Jim Hostler as tight ends coach.

Ball State adds former Colts lineman DeVan to staff

Ball State University head football coach Mike Neu has announced the additions of Tim Daoust (defensive coordinator), Johnny Curtis (linebackers coach), Kyle DeVan (offensive line coach), Byron Ellis (director of football administration/chief of staff) and Ben Armer (director of strength & conditioning for football) to the 2016 football staff.

Colts won’t bring back offensive line coach Hal Hunter

Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano hired Jim Herrman as linebackers coach and Darren Krein as head strength and conditioning coach Wednesday, then continued his staff shake-up by announcing offensive line coach Hal Hunter would not return.

Colts fire six coaches including DC Manusky

Greg Manusky presided over a defense that was never able to match the offense’s productivity, and this season, the Colts’ defense was ranked No. 26 overall, No. 25 against the run and No. 24 against the pass.