Found August 30, 2012 on
Robert Griffin III
When The Indianapolis Colts opened training camp on July 28th, first-round draft pick, quarterback Andrew Luck, was the most talked about Colt on the field.While the press and fans clamored to Luck like a Beatles rock legend, a few other Colts were getting themselves prepared for a preseason where the hands of fate were completely in control.In the sixth round the Indianapolis Colts drafted rookie wideout LaVon Brazill.Brazill, 5-11, 192 pounds, ran a 4.48 at the Scouting Combine and came into camp slated as the No. 3 receiver behind usual slot man Austin Collie and often banged up Donnie Avery.Due to the early and often absences of Avery, Brazill found himself the recipient of first-team and second-team reps early in camp, impressing fans and coaches.With a concussion-riddled Collie and a banged up Avery, Brazill ran with first-offense against the Steelers snagging two balls for 25 yards, while being targeted three times.As Brazill has totaled seven catches for 81 yards and zero to...
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The preseason has ended, and everyone can take a sigh of relief the games that don't count in the standings are over.
The Indianapolis Colts picked up its second win of the preseason in defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 20-16 on Thursday, Aug. 30 at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Andrew Luck and all players who appear to be the starters only played in the game's first series, with...
Between video from practice, preseason games, and media conferences, football fans have seen plenty of Andrew Luck over the past month. Fans should continue to see plenty of him during the course of the football season, but one place you won’t see the Colts rookie is in commercials. That’s because Luck made the conscious decision to avoid endorsement deals during his rookie season...
Greg and Laura recap the Colts/Skins game, the Vontae Davis trade, and get you set for the end of the preseason and the start of the 2012 Regular Season!
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This is who I think will make the 53 man roster.
QB: Andrew Luck, Drew Stanton, Chandler Harnish
RB: Donald Brown, Vick Ballard, Delone Carter
WR: Reggie Wayne, Austin Collie, Donnie Avery, TY Hilton, Lavon Brazill
TE: Coby Fleener, Dwayne Allen, Dominique Jones
OL: Anthony Castonzo, Joe Reitz, Samson Satele, Winston Justice, AQ Shipley, Mike Tepper, Mike McGlynn, Ty...
According to Jason Spells of WRTV in Indianapolis, Colts wide receiver Austin Collie was catching passes during Tuesday’s practice.
#Colts Austin Collie is still day-to-day, but he did catch passes from The QBs today. twitter.com/JasonSpells/st…
— Jason Spells (@JasonSpells) August 28, 2012
Collie has been recovering from a concussion he suffered during the Colts week...
Indianapolis released its longest-tenured player, long snapper Justin Snow, as it reached the NFL roster limit of 53 on Friday.
Snow had played in 192 consecutive games - the second-longest streak in franchise history behind Peyton Manning.
The Colts also waived receivers Kashif Moore and Jeremy Ross; running back Darren Evans; tight ends Andre Smith and Kyle Miller; offensive...
In their final tune up before opening the season in Chicago, the Indianapolis Colts were anything but sharp. To this point, Chuck Pagano's patchwork squad had played with a precision that belied their inexperience. Thursday night against the Cincinnati Bengals, they looked lost.
Andrew Luck's night would be a short one and he would get to work right away after the Colts...
The Colts and Bengals will each be missing five starters in Thursday night's preseason finale.
Indy will play without receiver Austin Collie, cornerback Jerraud Powers, defensive end Cory Redding and left guard Joe Reitz. All are hurt. Dwight Freeney also is sitting out and will be replaced in the lineup by Justin Hickman.
Ricardo Matthews takes over for Redding, Donnie Avery...
The Colts came back to beat the Bengals in one of the more boring Colts games in recent memory.
Well, Andrew Luck and Drew Stanton didn’t see much time on the field. Both saw a total of 3 series. It was Chandler Harnish who got most of the snaps, and actually didn’t do that bad. His decision making wasn’t great, but he made some great throws and his mobility was pretty good...
Mr. Irrelevant picked up his first NFL win Thursday night.
He'll have to wait a little longer for it to count.
Chandler Harnish, the last pick in this year's draft, rallied the Colts twice Thursday night and threw a 42-yard touchdown pass to Dominique Jones with 6:54 to play, giving the Colts a 20-16 victory over Cincinnati in the preseason finale.
Harnish got his most...
Andrew Luck has one more chance to get things right before the games count.
The rookie quarterback has looked good in the Colts' first three preseason games, though Saturday afternoon's loss at Washington was clearly the toughest.
Against the Redskins, Luck had to contend with a bevy of blitzes, breakdowns along the offensive line and penalties that led to stalled drives...
Next Sunday when the full slate of games kick off for the start of the regular season, five rookie quarterbacks will be starting for their respective teams, which sets an NFL record by more than doubling the previous record set last season of two.By having a rookie starting at quarterback, it means that most of the teams are in a rebuilding phase, so we don't expect any of these...