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Andrew Luck is no longer a rookie. Whatever grace period he had in his first year with the Indianapolis Colts has expired after a first season that yielded a playoff berth. Now the expectations are set, and in Indianapolis, those start with the playoffs and involve bringing home another Lombardi Trophy. That doesn’t phase Luck, though.
Luck put the ribbon on his first set of OTAs this week, and will turn his attention to mandatory workouts next week, followed by training camp. With Reggie Wayne absent during most of the OTAs, Luck solidified his role as the offensive leader.
Luck still defers to Wayne as the elder statesman of the offense, but he realizesthat, as the quarterback, the team will look to him for leadership. That’s a role he’s very comfortable with.
“I think it’s a natural progression. As you get older, no matter what position you are, you’re going to maybe tackle a little more or have a little more of a presence. Obviously as a quarterback, you inherit that just by t...
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There was not much expected of the Indianapolis Colts last season. When first year head coach Chuck Pagano was diagnosed with cancer no one would have blamed the team if it had just tried to finish the year. Instead, the Colts rallied around their coach, proved the doubters wrong, and made the post season.
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Veteran running backs around the NFL are coming to the realization that their position is perhaps the shortest lived around the league. One veteran free agent has been waiting for the phone to ring this offseason in order to find out where he might be playing next, former New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw. Bradshaw is a very versatile back and can be an effective runner...
The Colts are hunting for a running game, and it seems they've found the right running back for the job. The problem is, contract talks haven't gone as well as they'd like.
According to USA TODAY Sports, negotiations between Bradshaw and the Colts are ongoing, but the sides aren't close to a deal, and Bradshaw may leave Indianapolis without a contract. That doesn...
According to Ian Rapport of the NFL Network, the Indianapolis Colts and free agent running back Ahmad Bradshaw are still working on getting a contract done.
Update on a situation from the weekend: I'm told #Colts still in "heavy negotiations" with RB Ahmad Bradshaw. Easy to see how he'd help them
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) June 10, 2013
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Unrestricted free agent, Ahmad Bradshaw, made a visit to the Indianapolis Colts this past Thursday. And by all reports, the Colts liked what they saw and were trying to hash out a contract for Bradshaw to join the team.
A day later we hear that the negotiating has hit a “stale mate” and that both sides are waiting for the other to jump. Before the Colts called on Bradshaw to...
Ian Rapoport reports that the Colts are still in “heavy negotiations” with free agent RB Ahmad Bradshaw.
Bradshaw, 27, visited with the Colts last Thursday and recent reports suggested that the two sides had reached a stalemate in negotiations.
With Bradshaw coming off of multiple foot surgeries and no alternative options available to him, it has become quite clear that Indianapolis...