Indianapolis Colts superstar QB Andrew Luck visited Fort Wayne on Tuesday at Wayne High School.
Kicker Adam Vinatieri and long snapper Matt Overton were the center of attention in center field Thursday at Parkview Field as the duo represented the Indianapolis Colts program ‘Colts At Bat.’
Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano spoke Tuesday afternoon after the team has its first day of a mini camp at the Colts complex.
Six of Indy’s eight draft picks are now under contract.
A number of NFL teams were paid taxpayer money to honor troops at games, according to a report that appeared on NJ.com. The Colts received $620,000.
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck was the star attraction at the 42nd annual Big Brothers Big Sisters Gourmet Dinner Tuesday night at the Grand Wayne Center in downtown Fort Wayne.
The Colts have signed 15 undrafted rookies, including Harvard linebacker Zachary Hodges, the 2013 Ivy League defensive player of the year.
The Colts believe they found the missing pieces in this year’s NFL draft.
Indianapolis went on the defensive Friday night, using the first of two third-round picks on D’Joun Smith.
Last year with the Colts, Cribbs competed in six games and returned 19 punts for 125 yards and 19 kickoffs for 608 yards with a long return of 76 yards.
The Colts have given Andrew Luck more help by selecting receiver Phillip Dorsett with the 29th overall pick in the NFL draft.
The team says the 6-foot, 240-pound Freeman signed his one-year offer Monday as the Colts began their second week of offseason workouts.
Ten games slated to air on WANE-TV including season opener against Bills on September 13.
Mutscheller played for the Colts from 1954-61 and made the Pro Bowl in 1957.
A shoulder injury forced the 26-year-old to miss all of last season.
Games against Eagles, Bears, Rams, and Bengals.
The team announced it would be keeping Luck thanks to a fifth-year option in his rookie contract.
The Indianapolis Colts have found another potential starting safety in free agency, agreeing to terms with Dwight Lowery
After running 78 times for 351 yards with one touchdown and catching 21 passes for 173 yards in the regular season, Herron ran 45 times for 170 yards and two TDs in three playoff games.
Brown, 5-11, 190 pounds, was originally selected by the San Diego Chargers in the third round (82nd overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft.