The Indianapolis Colts have added several new players to the offense but the unit is still graded in the bottom half of the league. This offseason, the Indianapolis Colts switched out Carson Wentz for Matt Ryan, a move many feel is an upgrade. The Colts also added a lot of young talent in the NFL Draft.
Chris Ballard details the story of how the Indianapolis Colts decided that Alec Pierce would be the team’s first-overall draft pick. In the 2022 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts had a weekend that they could best describe as hitting the lottery. They were able to get several players that they had high on their Draft board.
Broncos DC Ejiro Evero is enjoying having senior defensive assistant Dom Capers on his staff, as the veteran brings a wealth of experience to any organization. “Dom has been so valuable, just all the experience and knowledge [that he has],” Evero said, via BroncosWire.com. “He’s been so helpful so far in terms of always having the scouting board. [He has] a lot of great ideas, very familiar with the scheme. Especially with the youth on our staff, it’s refreshing to have somebody not just for the defensive coordinator but for the defensive line coach and the outside backers and inside backers and the secondary. He has knowledge on every level. He could be helpful not just to me but our entire staff.”
The Indianapolis Colts are adding Nick Foles to their quarterback room just months after trading Carson Wentz to the Washington Commanders. The two former Eagles signal-callers have since moved on to, well, I wouldn’t call it greener pastures. However, Foles does add a veteran presence to the Colts locker room, something they could use behind Matt Ryan given Jacoby Brissett is now in Cleveland.
Carson Wentz breaks silence on remarks from Colts' Jim Irsay, Commanders QB says they were 'out of left field'
Carson Wentz is shocked -- shocked, I tell you. The veteran quarterback is currently readying to take the field next NFL season for what will be his third team in as many seasons, after being traded to the Washington Commanders by the Indianapolis Colts in a move that preceded the latter striking a blockbuster deal to acquire former league MVP Matt Ryan from the Atlanta Falcons. But despite having been shipped out of Indy only one year after arriving -- owner Jim Irsay presuming Wentz would be reborn from a reunion with Frank Reich -- Wentz is still surprised at Irsay's take on it all.
Yet again, Nick Foles is stepping in to a team that just lost Carson Wentz. Indianapolis is expected to bring Foles in to back up Matt Ryan, according to multiple reports, which will reunite the former Eagles quarterback with his former offensive coordinator, Frank Reich. The deal is not completed but expected to be official next week, NFL Network reported. Reich, now the Colts’ head coach, led the Eagles’ offense in 2016 and 2017, the latter season including Foles taking over for an injured Wentz and leading Philadelphia to a Super Bowl victory. This time, the Colts traded Wentz to the Commanders and...
Carson Wentz’s time with the Indianapolis Colts was an undeniable disappointment. After failing to help the Colts clinch a playoff spot during the final week of the regular season against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Wentz was traded to the Washington Commanders. Colts owner Jim Irsay made some harsh comments earlier...
The Indianapolis Colts moved on from former quarterback Carson Wentz this offseason, trading him to the Washington Commanders where he will now look to revive his career. Despite some early success for the Colts last season, the team missed out on the playoffs after a loss to the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 18 where Wentz looked far from impressive.
One of Arizona’s most accomplished—and well-traveled—professional football players may be close to heading to a new franchise for the 2022 season. Zak Keefer of The Athletic is reporting that the Indianapolis Colts are close to signing veteran quarterback Nick Foles as a backup to recently acquired passer Matt Ryan. Per Keefer, a deal could be announced as soon as next week.
Chris Ballard, general manager for the Indianapolis Colts, explains how one of his biggest mistakes led to Indy drafting Bernhard Raimann. Chris Ballard has been receiving a lot of praise for his time as general manager with the Indianapolis Colts. This offseason, especially, Ballard has been applauded for his work to improve the team.
Despite entering the league as a third-round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, T.Y. Hilton has racked up nearly 3,000
It looks like Nick Foles and Frank Reich could be reunited soon. According to Zak Keefer of The Athletic, the Indianapolis Colts are working on a deal to bring Foles to town by early next week, following the Chicago Bears cutting him on May 1. Foles has quite the history...
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Carson Wentz is publicly taking the high road, though he’s surprised his former employer chose a lower one. Wentz was traded to the Commanders after a season with the Colts that ended disastrously. On the heels of the deal, Indianapolis owner Jim Irsay called acquiring Wentz in the first place “a mistake” and said the team had to move on quickly without him. In Wentz’s first public comments since, the quarterback said he was happy with the Colts and suggested he was unaware that someone so important was not happy with him. “I had awesome relationships with every single person in that...
After reports that Indianapolis was open to adding a veteran quarterback to their roster, behind recent addition Matt Ryan, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports that a deal is in the works for the Colts to bring in Nick Foles. The move would reunite Foles with Colts head coach Frank Reich, who served as his offensive coordinator during their Super Bowl run with the Eagles.
For the sixth season in a row, the Indianapolis Colts will be trotting out a new starting quarterback in Week 1. The latest signal-caller to call Indy home is former Falcons legend Matt Ryan, whom the club traded for this offseason. While there's promise that Ryan will finally give the Colts some stability at the position for the next few years, the quarterback room is not complete at this stage of the offseason.
The Indianapolis Colts signed the final two of its eight draft picks, both 3rd-rounders: tight end Jelani Woods (73rd overall) and offensive tackle Bernard Raimann.
Robert Mathis is helping the defensive linemen for the Indianapolis Colts develop but there’s another great voice he thinks would help. During his time with the Indianapolis Colts, Robert Mathis established himself as one of the greatest pass rushers of all time. His 123 sacks are the most in franchise history and 27th in league history.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Colts have been in discussions with veteran quarterback Nick Foles about becoming the team’s primary backup behind Matt Ryan, multiple sources confirmed to IndyStar on Friday, but a contract hasn’t been reached yet. Adding Foles in a backup role has long made sense for...
Report: Multiple sources claim Colts working on a deal for Super Bowl winning quarterback Nick Foles
In Philadelphia, outside of Lincoln Financial Field stands a statue immortalizing a moment that led to the Eagles first and only Super Bowl win. According to multiple reports, one of the people cast in bronze above will be coming to the Indianapolis Colts as a backup. There will be Colts...
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