Ravens OLB Terrell Suggs exposed Colts rookie OLT Anthony Castonzo's vulnerability toward the outside speed rush in Week 14.
Colts QB Peyton Manning, who has not taken a snap since undergoing his third neck surgery in 19 months in September has resumed throwing, according to head coach Jim Caldwell.
An overwhelming defensive performance by the Ravens kept the Indianapolis Colts winless with a 24-10 victory Sunday.
The way we hear it, Colts QB Peyton Manning and Stanford QB Andrew Luck will both be in blue and white in 2012.
One day after Archie Manning said he didn't think his son, Peyton, and Andrew Luck want to be on the same team, he backtracked, saying he thinks the two could work together fine.
The Colts announced Monday that they have claimed LB Zac Diles off waivers from Tampa Bay, waived TE Mike McNeill and placed CBs Jerraud Powers and Terrence Johnson on injured reserve.
Aaron Rodgers' great finish; Leslie Frazier's poor coaching move; the year of the breakout pass catcher; and plenty more from a busy Week 13.
Rob Gronkowski caught two touchdown passes then scored on a lateral and the Patriots withstood a fourth-quarter rally to keep the Colts winless with a 31-24 victory Sunday.
Two of the best at their respective positions face off on Sunday, as Jeff Saturday and Vince Wilfork are the veteran leaders of their respective units.
Colts QB Peyton Manning's doctor, Robert Watkins, released a statement on Thursday evening discussing Manning's status.
Colts defensive coordinator Larry Coyer was dismissed this week, marking the first of what will likely be several heads to roll on the Colts' coaching staff after the season.
The Colts signed DB Jermale Hines from the Panthers' practice squad, the team announced Wednesday.
Colts head coach Jim Caldwell announced that seventh-year veteran Dan Orlovsly will start at quarterback over Curtis Painter, who had started the last eight games.
The Colts fired defensive coordinator Larry Coyer on Tuesday and assigned linebackers coach Mike Murphy to take over the defense.
Cam Newton threw for 208 yards and ran for one score and DeAngelo Williams scored twice Sunday to help the Panthers hold off the winless Colts 27-19.