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Many thought the Indianapolis Colts would provide some kind of update as to Manning's status during coach Jim Caldwell's Thursday news conference, but the Hall of Fame-bound quarterback's status remains a mystery.
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Coach Jim Caldwell praised running back Donald Brown, according to Phil Richards of the Indy Star. Caldwell said, "I think Donald just keeps getting better."
Brown is the preferred Indy running back to own over the brittle Joe Addai and disappointing rookie Delone Carter - but we would use Brown no higher than as a FLEX option for this weekends game vs. New...
Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Jim Caldwell addresses the New England media during his conference call on Wednesday, November 30, 2011.
FOXBORO, Mass. —It's a bizarre scene this season in Indianapolis, where Colts fans have begun customizing Andrew Luck jerseys and Indy vice chairman Bill Polian has publicly entertained the thought of drafting Luck with the top pick in next year's draft. This, of course, is despite the fact that the Colts still have Peyton Manning on the active roster. Manning, unquestionably...
Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell announced today that defensive coordinator Larry Coyer has … [visit site to read more]Colts Fire Larry Coyer - Naptown's Finest - Naptown's Finest - An Indianapolis Colts Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Of course, being saddled with an 0-11 record, it was quite understandable if Jim Caldwell wasn’t in the best of moods earlier today when he spoke with the local media via conference call.
And, the Indianapolis Colts coach exactly what one would describe as all warm and fuzzy. At times, he was a bit snippy with his answers, especially as they pertained to Peyton Manning, the record...
Yesterday was a watershed in the history of the 2011 Indianapolis Colts. Not only did head coach Jim Caldwell announce the firing of defensive coordinator Larry Coyer, … [visit site to read more]Curtis Painter Era Over for Colts? - Naptown's Finest - Naptown's Finest - An Indianapolis Colts Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
After falling to 0-11 on the 2011 NFL season last Sunday in a 27-19 loss to the Carolina Panthers at Lucas Oil Stadium, the Indianapolis Colts’ brass on Wednesday resorted to what could be the first of many — MANY — changes for the free-falling franchise.
Flanked by front office leaders Bill and Chris Polian, Colts coach Jim Caldwell announced that defensive coordinator Larry...
Head coach Jim Caldwell noted that Dan Orlovsky has been slated to start at quarterback for Week 13 at New England, according to Albert Breer of the NFL Network.
This is no surprise as Curtis Painter was 0-8 as a starter this season, and carries a dreadful 66.6 efficiency rating on 243 passes. While Orlovsky brings more experience under center, he is far from being...
Doing his best Ebenezer Scrooge impression, Jacksonville Jaguars’ owner Wayne Weaver announced the firing of head coach Jack Del Rio on Tuesday. The announcement ends Del Rio’s eight year tenure with the team and reactions from players of Christmas’ pasts and present seemed to be mixed. According to NFL.com Jaguars’ star running back Maurice Jones-Drew expressed that...
By Mike McDermottINDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The winless Colts will have a new quarterback and a new defensive coordinator when they head to New England this weekend.
And they may not be finished making changes.
On Tuesday, Indianapolis fired defensive coordinator Larry Coyer and announced that quarterback Dan Orlovsky will make his first start since 2008 as the team suffers through...
Indianapolis— Colts coach Jim Caldwell says Peyton Manning will increase his work at the team complex, but the team is uncertain when the four-time league MVP might return to practice.
Not long after Bill Belichick described Curtis Painter as an effective quarterback yesterday, Colts coach Jim Caldwell said he will be starting a different quarterback in Sunday’s game against the Patriots.
INDIANAPOLIS - Colts coach Jim Caldwell says Peyton Manning will increase his work at the team complex, but the...