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The Indianapolis Colts did what every fan likes to see this off-season. Owner Jim Irsay dished out a ton of money to sign the best free agents they could in order to fill as many needs as possible (and than drafted to fill others).
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Fans like to see that. They want to believe that their team is trying to do what it takes to start winning or get to the next level. Funny thing is it hardly ever works.
Recent history has shown us that when teams have spent a cumulative amount higher than $100 million in free agency it almost never results in a significant change in wins....
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With the deadline to extend players who have been franchised being Monday, we have been watching for reports for players who will get long-term deals. Looks like Indianapolis Colts’ punter Pat McAfee will not be one of those players. Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star reports that McAfee will play out the season under the $2.977 million franchise tag which will see him become...
Coming off the 2012 season I was pretty excited for the prospect of Vick Ballard stepping up in 2013. The coaching staff and GM, Ryan Grigson, we’re speaking highly of him and he certainly sounded like he could be the next workhorse in a new system that would see more pounding on the ground. Ballard could be that between the tackles bully I’d really like to see. In comes...
Franchised tagged Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee won't be getting the long-term deal he hoped for before Monday's 3 p.m. deadline, reports Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.
McAfee will instead earn a 2013 salary of $2.977 million, and enter free agency next year.
He's one of eight players this offseason with the tag, and none fo them have signed a long...
It looks like the Colts and veteran punter Pat McAfee will not be agreeing to a new long term deal before Monday’s deadline. The Colts and McAfee had to agree to a deal before Monday’s deadline for a player under the franchise tag to reach a long-term contract with his team.
This of course means that McAfee, 26, will be playing for the rate that was affixed to him back in March...
For the last couple seasons the New England Patriots showed the NFL how deadly having two top-notch tight ends can be, the dynamic, record-setting duo of Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski. However, with Hernandez in jail and Gronkowski on the mend the 'dynamic duo' mantle has been vacated.
This season don't be surprised if Indianapolis Colts tight ends Coby Fleener...