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Jim Caldwell was not my favorite NFL coach.
That's putting it mildly.
Let's just say I pretty much despised the way he coached on the sidelines each week.
Nevertheless, Jim Caldwell's teams had one thing that Chuck Pagano could take a page from: penalties.
The Colts have already had issues this season with penalties, and this week's loss to Minnesota...
Colts receiver Austin Collie has left the Jacksonville game with what a right knee injury early in the third quarter.
Collie was injured as he caught Andrew Luck's pass over the middle for a 6-yard again. He appeared to get hit in the head, raising immediate fears of yet another concussion. The crowd gasped when Collie stayed on the ground.
The Brigham Young alum has had at...
The Indianapolis Colts signed cornerback Dariuis Butler on Tuesday to bolster their depleted secondary. To clear roster space for Butler, the Colts released offensive lineman Trai Essex, who saw action in the team’s past two games. Defensive backs Vontae Davis (ankle) and Justin King (groin) are slowed by injuries, but with a bye this week, the Colts hope to have the two back...
Colts coach Chuck Pagano is working on his speech for Tuesday's practice.
After being left nearly speechless following Sunday's bizarre loss, he returned to the team complex Monday with a new message for players: Learn from your mistakes and leave the Jacksonville game in the past.
''You point out like we are doing, `Here's what we did well, but this is what...
Colts coach Chuck Pagano said Austin Collie (knee) suffered a ruptured patellar tendon and is out for the year, according to Colts beat writer Mike Chappell.Fantasy Spin:Collie was making his 2012 debut after sitting out the first two games with lingering concussion symptoms. It's an unfortunate situation for a player who has struggled to stay on the field throughout his career...
Adam Schefter reports Colts wideout Austin Collie will be active for Sunday's game against Jacksonville. Collie missed the first two games of the year because of a concussion.Fantasy Spin:Collie has never recorded more than 676 receiving yards in a season so we're not overly excited about his fantasy potential. His presence will likely reduce Donnie Avery's fantasy value going forward.
Andrew Luck was billed as the most NFL-ready quarterback prospect since Peyton Manning — some even said John Elway.
It seems fitting, then, that the 23-year-old rookie was drafted first overall by the Indianapolis Colts, the franchise that drafted both Manning and Elway (the latter forced a trade from the franchise when it was in Baltimore) with the top pick.
While the expectations...
The Indianapolis Colts and their fans were ready to celebrate Sunday. Blaine Gabbert ruined those plans with one long play.
Just moments after the Colts had taken a late lead on an Adam Vinatieri field goal, the Jacksonville quarterback hooked up with Cecil Shorts III on an 80-yard TD pass to beat the Colts 22-17 - the first fourth-quarter comeback of Gabbert's NFL career and...
Jacksonville quarterback Blaine Gabbert will start Sunday, while Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney and Jaguars running back Rashad Jennings are both inactive.
Freeney (ankle) will be replaced by Jerry Hughes at outside linebacker. Jennings (ankle) had been listed as doubtful.
Indy's Seth Olsen will replace the injured Joe Reitz (knee) at left guard. Reitz hasn't played...
Jacksonville's Blaine Gabbert connected with Cecil Shorts III on a 80-yard TD pass with 45 seconds left to beat the Colts 22-17 on Sunday.
The bizarre finish overshadowed Maurice Jones-Drew's 177-yard rushing performance.
Andrew Luck drove the Colts (1-2) 48 yards in five plays to set up Adam Vinatieri for a 37-yard field goal. That gave Indy a 17-16 lead and seemingly...