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Without a 2nd-round pick in the 2013 draft thanks to the Vontae Davis trade, the Colts found themselves with just two of the first 120 overall picks. Even though Indianapolis made the playoffs last season, they still had some holes to fill and the 2013 draft won’t be one for Indianapolis fans to write home about. Chris Tripodi breaks down why below...
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**Back from a 5 day hiatius**The Indianapolis Colts wrapped up their annual rookie minicamp over the weekend, and there were some interesting and surprising things that happened.The first thing that stood out at the minicamp was that Josh Chapman, who didn't play a snap in his rookie season last year, was taking first team reps. It's good to see Chapman healthy, as he'...
First Round: Bjoern Werner, DE/OLB, Florida State
Werner was at one point a top 5 pick, but his stock has fallen a lot in since the combine. I thought he might even go in round two. I think Werner has great potential, but I don't know where he is going to fit in the 3-4. He's probably too small to but his hands in the dirt, but he also looks like he might be too stiff...
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that free agent DE Dwight Freeney will begin visiting teams starting next week.
Freeney, 33, has been able to produce 13.5 sacks in the last two years, despite playing out of his natural position last season, so it’s apparent he can still produce. According to Rapoport, 4-5 teams are interested in Freeney, with the Lions, Titans, and Broncos...
There has been little buzz surrounding Indianapolis Colts
free agent linebacker/defensive lineman Dwight Freeney this offseason. However,
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports that this is likely to change next week when
the former All-Pro begins taking visits. Rapoport adds that roughly four to
five teams are interested in the veteran, who’s marking is heating up.
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The Tennessee Titans have signed free-agent defensive tackle Antonio Johnson to a one-year contract.
The move was announced Monday through a team release.
Johnson started 13 games and made 30 tackles last year for the Indianapolis Colts. He has played 67 games and has made 46 starts over the last five seasons for Indianapolis. His best season came in 2009, when he started 15 games...