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The Indianapolis Colts have signed free agent tight end Kyle Miller, reports Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star. Undrafted out of Division III Mount Union in 2011, the 6-foot-5, 257-pound Nelson signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he caught two passes for 17 yards in four pre-season games before he was released at the end of training camp. Miller caught 87 passes for 1,259 yards and 16 touchdowns during his career at Mount Union, where he also served as the team's long-snapper. Source: Mac's Football Blog
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Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay tweeted Tuesday morning that the team's request to hold a private workout for Robert Griffin III has been declined by the quarterback's agent.
The Colts seemingly are incredibly interested in Robert Griffin III in the upcoming draft or are at least doing their best to convince us they're interested.
Nate Dunlevy tackles this possibility with his usual deft touch:
Sorry, not buying it. If they were making a late-in-the-game push to go after Luck then that means they didn't have enough information back in March...
This won’t be the last report we hear from somoene that is apparently, “in the know.” But ESPN personality, and former Washingotn Post columnist Michael Wilbon was on the air with PTI colleague Tony Kornheiser and informed him that people that he has spoken with within the Indianapolis Colts organization have led him to believe that there is a real possiblity that the Heisman...
The Colts are adjusting to drastic changes as they go through their first week of workouts.
Among the new faces: general manager Ryan Grigson, coach Chuck Pagano and offensive coordinator Bruce Arians.
There's a new defense. The Colts will switch to the 3-4 that Pagano had success with in Baltimore.
There's a new attitude. The quiet Jim Caldwell has been replaced by the...
Coming to many folks’ surprise, the Indianapolis Colts have seriously been considering quarterback Robert Griffin III as the No. 1 overall pick over Andrew Luck. However, the search could now officially be over after RGII’s agent cleared the air.
The Colts held a private workout for Luck today, but they also asked Griffin. However, it was denied.
Nate is at it again and his time he's got a full seven round mock draft for the Colts including some names high on my list. I'm particularly fond of his second and third round picks although I doubt they both are available at those spots:
34th (second) - Coby Fleener, TE, Standford
Again, I've said my peace on this one, too. The Colts have obvious defensive needs,...
Earlier Kyle Rodriguez told us why subjective draft grades aren't such a good idea.
Nate Dunlevy chimed in with some interesting views of his own regarding this niche industry that springs up around this time:
Take this draft review of the Indianapolis Colts done by Pro Football Focus. The Colts had far fewer "draft points" to work with than any team in the league...
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert said he played most of his season with a toe injury.
Gabbert said he played the final 12 games of the season with the injury but didn't used it as an excuse for his rocky first year.
"Everybody has those at some point and time," Gabbert toldl the Florida Times-Union. "It's your job to be out there playing."...
Robert Griffin III turned down the Colts' request for a private workout. In fact, he turned down all requests for private workouts and Adam Schefter has a few theories why Griffin was reluctant to show his wares again. First among those reasons Schefter proposes is that Griffin feels he's proved himself already. He also suggests perhaps Griffin simply prefers going to Washington...
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay claimed Tuesday that quarterback Robert Griffin III declined an invitation to work out privately for the team.
The statement from Irsay, if confirmed, appeared to cement the notion that the Colts will select former Stanford star Andrew Luck as their replacement for Peyton Manning.
Luck will work out for the Colts on Tuesday in Indianapolis, and...
My advice today for GMs is considerably more simple than the previous lessons: make the most of what you have today. Ryan Grigson: LISTEN UP!
The average tenure for a general manager with a team (excluding dictators Jerry Jones and Mike Brown) is 4.2 years. The median for GMs is 3 years. Coaches fare a bit worse with an average of 3.3 years and a mean of 2 years. In other words...
Looks like Drew Stanton just can’t catch a break.
According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians wants the team to sign Byron Leftwich as the back-up quarterback to help out Andrew Luck (or Robert Griffin III) for next season as they prepare for their rookie year.
Arians used to be with the Steelers these past few years and worked with Leftwich...
It has been widely speculated that the Indianapolis Colts will draft Stanford’s Andrew Luck with the #1 pick in the upcoming NFL draft. After having released future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning, Colts’ owner and social media star, Jim Irsay, has been hinting that the Colts are taking a serious look at drafting Baylor’s...Read the Rest...