The Colts' linebacking corps took a big hit Sunday in the team's preseason opener vs. the Rams.
How MLB Pat Angerer meshes in the Colts' new scheme will be a key story line to watch in training camp, according to this week's NFL Whispers.
Our source on hand inside the Colts' locker room for the team's first offseason media availability descibed the mood as positive and upbeat.
Coinciding with the Colts' two-game winning streak has been a defensive resurgence, thanks in large part to interim coordinator Mike Murphy, who could have the interim tag removed after the season.
The play of the Colts' young linebackers has been a bright spot amid a turbulent start to the season.
The Colts have placed MLB Gary Brackett and SS Melvin Bullitt on injured reserve, the team announced Wednesday.
After starting the final 10 games of the season en route to earning PFW/PFWA All-Rookie honors, Colts LB Pat Angerer is preparing this offseason to make even bigger contributions to the team in 2011.
Jacksonville is giving two of its rookies, DEs Austen Lane and Larry Hart, more playing time now that it has demoted underachieving Derrick Harvey, according to AFC South Whispers.
Not only did MLB Pat Angerer record some impressive stats during his first start in Week Six, the second-round rookie proved just as adept at directing the Indianapolis defense.
Rookie LB Pat Angerer earned high marks from teammate Gary Brackett and the coaching staff in his first NFL start.
The Colts agreed to terms Friday with 2010 second-round draft pick LB Pat Angerer, according to The Indianapolis Star. The four-year deal is worth $3.14 million, including $1.35 million guaranteed. Angerer became the sixth of eight Colts' drafted ...