The Colts have agreed to terms on deals with rookie CB-RS Ray Fisher and rookie LB Kavell Conner, according to a report from The Indianapolis Star.
In the third installment in our series of training-camp reports, we look at the AFC South teams.
SLB Philip Wheeler and WLB Clint Session made major strides in 2009 in their second and third seasons, respectively. With Session now locked in at his natural position and Wheeler beginning the season a starter, even bigger things are expected ...
We look at how defending Super Bowl champions drafted from 2000-09. Some teams — such as the 2005 Patriots, who drafted OG Logan Mankins — fared well, while others struggled.
Speaking over the weekend, Colts president Bill Polian offered some insight as to how he is handling the ongoing contract talks with QB Peyton Manning's agent, Tom Condon, a situation that also faces the Patriots and QB Tom Brady.
The way we hear it, both Tony Ugoh, a second-round pick in 2007, and Mike Pollak, a second-round pick in ’08, feel like they’ve been granted new leases on life in pursuit of possible starting OG berths this coming ...
It appears everybody connected with the Colts is envisioning a much bigger contribution in 2010 from DT Fili Moala, who played very sparingly in his rookie season.
The Colts have one fewer contract concern to worry about after announcing the signing of restricted free-agent FS Antoine Bethea to a new contract early Friday afternoon.
Despite some chinks in their state-of-the-art armor, the Colts figure to remain on an elite course as long as Peyton Manning continues giving his all.
Sources on the scene at the Colts' mandatory minicamp said there was no denying the camp-long concern created by the absences of three Pro Bowlers — WR Reggie Wayne, DE Robert Mathis and FS Antonie Bethea.
No Colts rookie will be counted on more this coming season than seventh-rounder Ray Fisher, who the team hopes will pick up the slack in a shorthanded CB corps, in addition to returning kickoffs.
The Colts announced Friday that rookie CB Kevin Thomas, the team's third-round pick in last month's draft, suffered a knee injury in the team's rookie camp that could cause him to miss the 2010 season.
We hear the only Colts rookie with a real shot at becoming a starter right away is fourth-round draft pick Jacques McClendon, who is expected to get a shot at competing for one of the starting OG jobs.
Here are the players who were chosen by the Indianapolis Colts in the 2010 NFL draft.
No matter how successful a draft the Colts have this year, they figure to benefit immensely from the return to action of Bob Sanders and Anthony Gonzalez, two key players who were out with injuries much of last season.