Found March 23, 2012 on
Pro Football Zone:
After watching both Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck during their respective pro day’s this week, there’s some belief that the Indianapolis Colts may at least think about drafting Griffin III first overall, at least Mike Mayock of the NFL Network believes they might.
“I think it’s a healthy conversation,” said Mayock. “I think behind the confines of your building, it’s a conversation (the Colts) have to have.
“I mean, this is the future of both their respective franchises. Each one of these kids is going to be the face of the franchise, hopefully, for the next 10 years or so, so you better get it right.”
“Bottom line to me: I think Indy’s definitely going to take Andrew Luck. I think Washington’s excited to get RG3, and I think both of those franchises will be tied at the hip with their respective quarterbacks.”
I agree with Mayock, I think the Colts have to think about what RGIII brings to the table, but in the end, they’ll draft Luck.
BEST OF MAXIM
One of the strongest positions in the 2012 draft is WR, fortunate for the Colts with their deficiencies at the position. Currently, the top three receivers on the Colts roster are Reggie Wayne, Austin Collie, and Blair White. The Colts lack a true #1 receiver, with Wayne on his downside, Collie having a secure spot in the slot, and White being, well, Blair White. So, the Colts will...
The Colts added some additional depth at quarterback by trading the the sixth round pick they got in the Winston Justice trade for Drew Stanton and a seventh round pick:
The Colts sent the 17th pick in the sixth round, acquired in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles last week, to the New York Jets. In return, they got four-year veteran QB Drew Stanton and the seventh pick in the...
The Indianapolis Colts have signed free agent receiver Donnie Avery.
The move completes a frantic day of change for the Colts, who lost center Jeff Saturday to Green Bay and tight end Jacob Tamme to Denver, traded for quarterback Drew Stanton and lost offensive lineman Ryan Diem, who retired.
Avery has started 28 games and has 103 receptions for 1,308 and nine TDs since being St...
The Indianapolis Colts have become a team the fans barely recognize. One fan, Graham Honeycutt, decided to express his feelings through song. Honeycutt covered Gotye’s “Somebody that I used to know,” and Meatloaf’s “I would do anything for love” to talk about the team losing Peyton Manning. The first four minutes of the video deal with Peyton, while the last minute is...
THE END OR AN ERA
The news that the longtime Colts center has signed a contract with the Green Bay Packers signifies the end of a long and successful partnership between him and Peyton Manning.
Indianapolis Colts veteran guard/tackle Ryan Diem announced his retirement on Friday.
Well, owner Jim Irsay actually broke the news on Twitter, but Diem later confirmed it on the social media site.
Diem has started 150 games with the Colts since being selected in the fourth round of the 2001 draft.
"ColtFans, met with Ryan D, big #71 in (your) hearts and program yesterday...
Wide receiver Donnie Avery has agreed to a deal with the Indianapolis Colts, according to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network. Contract terms were not disclosed, but it is likely a one or two-year pact.
Avery was a rising star before tearing his ACL in August of 2010, and the 28-year-old former speed demon is getting another shot with the Colts after making just three...
If football fans in Indianapolis were starting to wonder if there team was going to have anyone on it next year (besides Reggie Wayne and Andrew Luck), they can assured that it will at least two other players.
For weeks the Colts have made the news for the players it was losing, but on Friday they actually added a couple, quarterback Drew Stanton and wide receiver Donnie Avery.
Green Bay lost one Pro Bowl center but replaced him with five-time Pro Bowler Jeff Saturday. Saturday was the unsung hero of those Peyton Manning-led offenses and now he'll work with another line-of-scrimmage maestro in Aaron Rodgers.
Robert Griffin III won’t have to wait long on Thursday, April 26th to hear his name called at this year’s NFL draft. If the Indianapolis Colts don’t shock the world and take him #1 the Washington Redskins, who traded up to the #2 position, certainly will. Griffin impressed with his physical abilities at [...]
The signing of Jeff Saturday doesn't mean the Packers don't need a center, and four-year Ohio State starter Michael Brewster is one of the best in the draft.