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The Colts signed rookie wide receiver T.Y. Hilton to a four-year contract. The Colts traded back into the third round, sending multiple picks to the 49ers to get the 92nd overall selection and choose Hilton. Hilton was a standout receiver and return specialist at Florida International. At 5-9, 183 pounds, he became Florida International's highest drafted player in school history. Hilton started 37 of 50 collegiate contests and holds FIU career records with 229 receptions for 3,531 yards and 24 touchdowns, finishing 10th among active NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision performers for receptions, sixth for receiving yards and 14th for touchdowns. Hilton also holds the all-time receiving yardage and touchdown catches in the Sun Belt Conference and had six total return touchdowns. The Colts have signed seven of their 10 draft picks.
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The Indianapolis Colts had an awful 2011 season with a 2-14 record, but on the bright side, the Colts were able to have an excellent draft day. Of course they drafted Andrew Luck the first overall pick, but they were also able to pick up two tight ends and wide receiver, Eugene “T.Y.” Hilton. Hilton was taken in the third round as the 92nd pick.
Hilton was a star wide receiver...
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay tweeted that the contract talks with Andrew Luck’s agent Will Wilson have been productive and they’re close to signing him.
Irsay tweeted, “Talks with A Luck’s agent,Will Wilson(the brother of Andrew’s mother) have been productive. Team Counsel Dan Emerson n Will r getting close!”
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Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay announced on his Twitter account that negotiations between the team and No. 1 draft choice Andrew Luck to strike a deal for a contract are "getting close." NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk reported that the money part of a contract is pretty set for Luck, who starred at Stanford. He will receive a fully-guaranteed four-year contract...
A couple of things have come up recently about season tickets that I wanted to respond to.
First, much has been made about whether there's much to make of the recent news that the Colts have yet to sell out their season tickets for 2012. On one extreme are those citing the hiring of Get Real Sports Sales and Jim Irsay's defensive tweets as signs of how dire the situation...
The Indianapolis Colts today claimed cornerback Korey Lindsey off waivers from the Arizona Cardinals and waived safety Micah Pellerin.
Lindsey, 5-10, 194 pounds, was originally selected in the seventh round (207th overall) by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2011 NFL Draft. He was released by the Bengals on September 3 and claimed off waivers by the Cardinals on September...
The Indianapolis Colts are getting close to signing rookie quarterback Andrew Luck to his first NFL contract, according to Colts owner Jim Irsay.
"Talks with A Luck's agent,Will Wilson(the brother of Andrew's mother) have been productive," Irsay wrote on his Twitter account. "Team Counsel Dan Emerson n Will r getting close!
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The Colts are in the Post-Peyton Manning era, and they are already feeling the effects of it; season ticket sales have dropped and they were forced to find ways to get rid of 3000 tickets.
The Colts are having some trouble finding some butts in the seats. The Colts are about 3000 season tickets short.