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The Colts Authority:
Paul Kuharsky is a generous guy. Since no Colt received an AFC South award in his list, he created a category just for them:
Colt of the year: Pat Angerer, middle linebacker.
As Indianapolis was not mentioned here at all, we create this category for the Colts. Angerer showed himself to be a quality starter who has to be in the lineup going forward. That may mean the end of Gary Brackett, the veteran middle linebacker who was hurt in Week 1 and missed the season. Angerer is a rangy, instinctive player who’s sure to impress new general manager Ryan Grigson.
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Tony Dungy would be pleased to know that the Colts have received permission to interview Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray:
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports that the Titans have granted the Colts permission to talk to Gray, Tennessee’s defensive coordinator.
This isn’t Gray’s first interview: He recently interviewed for the head coaching vacancy in Tampa Bay, and...
After last week's Free Agency review in which I examined the credentials of Pierre Garcon (as the highest priority Free Agent, in my mind), we move this week onto another player who I deem crucial to potential future success. Along with Dwight Freeney, Robert Mathis has been a terror rushing the passer for teams having to face the Colts.
As with Garcon, I've tried to display...
This season the Indianapolis Colts lost star quarterback Peyton Manning for the entire campaign, and the team won only two games, and ended up firing head coach Jim Caldwell. This article, however, imagines what would have happened if Manning did not miss the season with a neck injury, and had played in all 16 games for the Colts.
First, instead of finishing with...
Just two weeks after Jim Irsay fired Bill & Chris Polian, the announcement was made today that they have also relieved head coach Jim Caldwell from his duties. Not sure if many saw this as a surprise since the Colts are coming off of a 2-14 season. Many expected there to be a lot of changes for this organization going into the 2012 season.
A lot of the Colts demise happened...
I can always get a laugh from these Taiwanese animation videos.
The Indianapolis Colts are in unfamiliar territory this offseason having already fired their long time general manager and head coach in the last month. Now the organization must decide what they're going to do to about Peyton Manning before early March.
While the clock continues to tick on the Colts, check...
In spite of recent rumors to the contrary, the Indianpolis Colts have fired head coach Jim Caldwell on the heels of a 2-14 finish to the 2011-2012 season, one of the worst in recent history for the club.
Without the services of first ballot Hall-of-Famer Peyton Manning, the Colts struggled to find an offensive identity under quarterbacks Kerry Collins, Curtis Painter and Dan Orlovsky...
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay shot down a report he reached out to Jeff Fisher as a possible replacement to head coach Jim Caldwell. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported the Colts had approached Fisher to gauge his interest before they decided to fire Caldwell on Tuesday. Fisher recently was named the new head coach with the St. Louis Rams. On his Twitter account, Irsay wrote...
The Colts have announced they have released head coach Jim Caldwell.
Warning: Wearing a bright white shirt/tie combo will only accentuate your gnarly looking teeth.
Hearing my fave, #18 Peyton Manning will not return to #NFL. Wow. #Colts
— Rob Lowe (@RobLowe) January 18, 2012
This is literally the worst day of Jay Glazer and Adam Schefter’s respective careers.
Image via Indy Star.
Jim Irsay has big plans for the Colts' future. He just hasn't worked through the details yet.
Indianapolis Colts defensive backs coach Alan Williams is expected to interview for the Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator job, Jason La Canfora of the NFL Network reports. Williams began his NFL coaching career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, working with Monte Kiffin and Mike Tomlin as his work focused on the defensive backs. Williams joined the Colts in 2002 and coached with...
The Indianapolis Colts' search for a new head coach will include a pair of veteran coordinators. The team has sought permission to interview Tennessee Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray and New Orleans offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.