Indianapolis Colts mock draft 2.0

Everything changes, and over the course of just two weeks, draft boards everywhere are decidedly different than what they were before pro days. In my first mock draft I was high on Cody Latimer, a receiver out of Indiana University, who could be the next Reggie Wayne. I stood by that comparison then, and still do. After several experts  went over his game tape after his pro day...
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Indianapolis Colts full 2014 schedule finally revealed

It finally happened. The 2014 NFL schedule was announced Wednesday night and the Indianapolis Colts will open at the Denver Broncos on Sunday, September 7 at 8:30 p.m. EST. Some highlights of the year include the trip to Denver to face the Broncos and a visit from the Patriots high powered offense on November 16. The Colts have five primetime games including a tilt with the Eagles...
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2014 NFL Schedule: Colts to Visit Denver on Sunday Night Football to Open Season

The 2014 NFL regular season schedule is released tonight, and the first tidbit is that the Colts will be visiting Denver to play Peyton Manning and Co. on Sunday Night Football on opening weekend (Sept. 7). The Colts will also visit New York to face the Giants on Monday Night Football on November 3. Stay tuned to Colts Authority for more details as they are released tonight. The...
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Jeremy Hill Or Andre Williams Would Solve Colts Problem At Running Back

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports The Indianapolis Colts have not gotten enough production from the run game recently, which has put an extra amount of pressure on Quarterback, Andrew Luck.  In order to maximize Luck’s ability, the Colts need to bring in a running back who will be exceedingly effective in Offensive Coordinator, Pep Hamilton’s, system.  The Colts have tried Vick...
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Bishop Sankey Scouting Report: Can the Elusive Running Back Succeed at the Pro Level?

Bishop Sankey enters the 2014 NFL Draft as one of the most productive and prolific ball carriers in recent years. The 5-foot-10, 209-pound running back lit up opposing Pac-12 defenses over the past two seasons for the Washington Huskies, racking up 3,214 rushing yards and 34 touchdowns (including a school-record 18 rushing touchdowns in 2013). […]
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Andrew Luck -- Most Valuable Player in the League?

 At only 24 years old, Andrew Luck has cemented himself as one of the best young quarterbacks to enter this league in many years. Is he the most valuable player in the league, or even the most untradeable player? If you were to start your team right now, and you could choose any player you want, whom would you take? Names like Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, JJ Watt and Andrew Luck...
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Power Rankings: Indianapolis Colts have a top-3 offense in the NFL

The old adage is that “defense wins championships.” But more and more, that sounds like a cliché being echoed by a coach, analyst or fan intent on living in the past. Nowadays, offense makes the difference; at least most of the time. Looking for proof? Take a look at the teams that made the playoffs last season. The 12 teams who made the postseason all finished in the top-18...
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Five missed opportunities for the Indianapolis Colts in the offseason

The Colts have been active in the free agent market since Ryan Grigson took the reigns as the general manager of the Colts. During the Bill Polian era, the Colts would avoid free agency like the plague and would rest their laurels on a “next man up” mantra that saw minimal success due to consistent first round losses in the playoffs. One can argue that the lack of action in the...
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Phil Costa Retires, Josh Gordy Re-Signs, & the Colts Sign a Guy Named Colt

  Follow @MarcusDugan Monday was an odd and busy day at the Indianapolis Colts headquarters.  The players returned, went through some workouts, and met with coaches.  Oh, and on is 38th day as a Colt, center and free agent signee Phil Costa decided to hang up his cleats for good. Retiring at 26, Costa leaves the Colts in a strange position, having cut last year’s starter, Samson...
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Colts sign Colt Anderson and placed Phil Costa on reserve/retired list

Today the Indianapolis Colts signed former Philadelphia Eagles safety. He was signed by the Minnesota Vikings as an undrafted free agent in 2009. He played college football at Montana. @caplannfl: #Colts announced: agreed to contract terms with S Colt Anderson. The team also made a surprise move by placing former Dallas Cowboy Phil Costa on […] The post Colts sign Colt Anderson...
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Colts Agree To Terms With S Colt Anderson

  The Indianapolis Colts announced Monday that they have agreed to terms with S Colt Anderson. Anderson, 28, signed with the Vikings as an undrafted free agent out of Montana back in 2009. A year later, the Eagles signed him off of the Vikings practice squad and he has spent the past four years in Philadelphia.  Last year, he appeared in 14 games for the Eagles and totaled 11...
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Newly Signed Center Phil Costa Retires at Age 26

The Indianapolis Colts signed 26 year old center Phil Costa to a 2 year deal last month, but the newly signed center decided to retire and the Colts have placed him on the reserve/retired list.In a somewhat shocking turn of events, the Colts' current starter at center decided to call it quits. Colts GM Ryan Grigson said that he "feels it's in his best interest to retire...
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Colts Go Back To Work: Four Things to Keep an Eye on in 2014

  Chuck Pagano at the NFL Owners Meetings. Photo: Brian Spurlock – USA Today Sports Follow @MarcusDugan The Colts’ offseason workouts have begun.  Most of the teams that didn’t go back to work on April 7 did so today, and the last few will join them tomorrow. They’ll continue their spring and summer work with a voluntary Minicamp May 6-8, followed by OTA’s (Organized...
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Reggie Wayne on injuries: I'm the dog who jumps the fence

35-year-old Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne vows that his surgically repaired knee won't hold him back the least in 2014. "You can believe I'm that dog that keeps jumping over the fence," Wayne told reporters Friday at a charity event, via The Indianapolis Star. "You guys say that I can't do it. I'm 35. I'm over the hill. No way I can...
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Colts reportedly won't allow Hakeem Nicks to wear No. 88

(Credit: BSO) Although the number 88 isn’t officially retired by the Indianapolis Colts, it appears nobody else will wear it again for the team. This includes recently signed wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, who wore 88 with the New York Giants. 88 is a sacred number in Indy, as it belonged to the franchise’s all-time leading receiver Marvin Harrison, as well as Hall of Fame tight...
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