Pro Football Hall of Fame TE John Mackey died Wednesday in Baltimore of frontal temporal dementia. The former NFLPA president was 69.
This will be a big season for Colts backup QB Curtis Painter, who has not looked good in limited opportunities in his first two NFL campaigns.
How much do the Colts have left? The more pressing question is whether anyone in the AFC South can push them out of the way, writes PFW's Mike Wilkening.
The 2010 Patriots had the league's best record despite boasting a poor defense. This is part of a recent trend that begs the question, can QB Matt Schaub and the Texans finally break through?
PFW identifies four players from the AFC South who are ready for coming-out parties in 2011 (clockwise from left) — Connor Barwin, Donald Brown, Jared Cook and Mike Thomas.
After working mainly behind the scenes since being promoted to vice president and general manager in late 2009, Chris Polian is leaving his imprint on the Colts this offseason.
According to the Indianapolis Star, Colts QB Peyton Manning hasn't thrown since undergoing surgery to repair a disk-related issue in his neck May 23.
Colts RB Javarris James was arrested Thursday night in Fort Myers, Fla. for marijuana possession, according to naplesnews.com.
Dr. Sheeraz Qureshi, the co-chief of surgery and an expert on sports medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, discussed Colts QB Peyton Manning's recent neck surgery.
The Colts have a number of intriguing players who will compete for the nickel CB job if and when training camp opens.
PK Matt Stover will announce his retirement on Thursday, bringing his 19-year NFL career to a close.
Colts QB Peyton Manning underwent neck surgery on Monday to relieve pain he had been experiencing.
With NFL teams stuck in limbo thanks to the lockout, we are looking at where teams stand as they await the opening of the 2011 league year. Today, we take a look at the Colts.
The Colts, who have struggled in short-yardage situations in recent seasons, think they have found a remedy in fourth-round RB Delone Carter.
Tom Moore, the Colts' offensive coordinator from 1998-2009, is not listed among the coaches on the Colts' website. He had no comment when reached by the Indianapolis Star, and neither did the team.