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Reggie Wayne was phenomenal in 2012 and instrumental in the development in quarterback Andrew Luck. Sure, the Indianapolis Colts were considered lucky to land another franchise quarterback, but to keep a veteran go-to receiver along side him curved his development.
In the AFC Wild Card game Wayne saw a game-high 18 targets. It was the third 100-yard playoff game of Wayne’s career where he also moved past Hines Ward into second place in receptions during the playoffs... Read more
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Jason La Canfora reports that the Colts “will make a run at several free-agent offensive linemen” during free agency and specifically mentions Ryan Clady, Brandon Albert, assuming that they’re not franchised, and Jermon Bushrod as potential targets.
La Canfora adds that the Colts cleared plenty of cap space last year, which should allow them to be aggressive in the coming...
Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star writes that it’s hard to imagine a scenario where DE/OLB Dwight Freeney is back with the Colts in 2013.
Chappell cites the fact that Freeney is not a good fit in their 3-4 defensive scheme as the main reason why the Colts will likely move on without him this offseason.
Freeney, 33, tallied 5 sacks in 2012, but it hard to expect him to...
In 2012 NFL fans witnessed tremendous play out of rookie QB’s who were starters in week one. In all, four teams drafted a quarterback in the first round of the 2012 Draft.
Indianapolis Colts grabbed Andrew Luck with the first overall pick, Washington Redskins nabbed Robert Griffin III at No. 2, Miami Dolphins drafted Ryan Tannehill at No. 8 and lastly the Cleveland Browns called...