Found August 20, 2012 on Juan Elway:

Nothing wrong with Andrew Luck's arm strength

Before the 2012 NFL draft a few highly regarded (along with more than a few not-so-highly-regarded) pundits openly questioned Andrew Luck's arm strength leading some to project Robert Griffin III as a better prospect. Luck's camp and preseason thus far has started to answer those questions. George Bremer of the Herald Bulletin notes Adam Vinatieri has seen some of the best...

Luck's strong play in preseason continues

PITTSBURGH -- There's luck and there's Andrew Luck and there's the Indianapolis Colts. Put the three together and the combination seems destined to win many, many games for many, many years. Which has to have the front office and coaching staffs of 31 other teams bemoaning the Colts luck. All those years they play with Peyton Manning at quarterback, then Manning gets...

Collie sustained another concussion

Colts receiver Austin Collie has now been diagnosed with at least his third concussion in less than 22 months. Coach Chuck Pagano says Collie returned to the team complex Monday and ''felt good,'' but the team would not use him again until he was cleared to play by the team's medical staff. Collie missed seven of the final eight regular-season games in 2010...

Austin Collie out with concussion like symptoms

The Indianapolis Colts were dealt some bad news on Sunday night, as wide receiver Austin Collie left with what is being called concussion like symptoms. Collie suffered three concussions in 2010 and was limited to just nine games. Four concussions in the last three years could be a serious issue for the former BYU star. This is unfortunate news for Collie owners, as he has looked...

The Champ’s Corner: Andrew Luck the second coming of Peyton Manning?

Hey there everyone welcome to the champ’s corner where I will keep you posted on things happening around the league and my thoughts.  Now you may disagree with some of what I say, if so please debate me I love a challenge. First off I want to talk about a particular player, one that had a stellar career in college, one whom most don’t seem to fond of, yes I’m talking about...

Colts WR Austin Collie Has Another Possible Concussion

I don’t like to tell athletes they should retire. I wouldn’t want anyone telling me when to quit doing what I love to do, but with Collie it is more about his health than anything else. He is so sensitive to concussions, is it really worth it to keep playing? Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Austin Collie left Sunday night’s 26-24 loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers...

Guessing At the First Roster Cuts: A 75-Man Prediction

Next week, the Colts will have to cut their roster down to 75 players by 4 PM ET on Monday afternoon. This is the first step in the journey to a 53-man roster, and will provide hope for a large group of young, unproven players who are fighting for their careers. Here is my guess at who will be remaining on the Colts’ roster on Monday night. Offense QB: Andrew Luck, Drew Stanton...

Standing Out: Players Who Took a Step Forward Against the Steelers

As we expected, and predicted, the Steelers were a much better test of talent against this Colts team than the abysmal Rams were in Week One of the preseason.  There were performances both good and bad this week, both as a team and individually. As the first roster cuts approach next Tuesday, which players are impressed last night?  Andrew Luck Luck was a little jittery for...

Colts confirm Collie suffered another concussion

Wide receiver Austin Collie suffered a concussion against Pittsburgh, the Colts confirmed Monday. "He came in today, felt really good, was examined by the doctors and basically is going to be day-to-day," coach Chuck Pagano said. "He felt really good coming out of the game this morning after being evaluated today." It's remains a concern for Collie, who...

Austin Collie did suffer a concussion on Sunday night

AP According to Phillip B Wilson of the Indy Star, Colts head coach Chuck Pagano confirmed that wide receiver Austin Collie did suffer a concussion during Sunday night’s preseason game against the Steelers. #Colts‘ Pagano: WR Austin Collie did suffer concussion. He felt good today. Listed day-to-day. — Phillip B Wilson (@pwilson24) August 20, 2012 This is the fourth concussion...

Colts at Steelers Open Thread

The Colts travel to Pittsburgh for the 2nd preseason game of the year, chat about it and stuff!

Colts Authority Radio's Monday Night Breakdown Open Thread

Tune into the debut of Colts Authority's Monday Night Breakdown, as Kyle Rodriguez and Greg Cowan discuss the Colts 24-26 preseason loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Listen to internet radio with Colts Authority Radio on Blog Talk Radio Or follow along on your mobile device with Stitcher: The number to call in is (619) 996-1632 Notes on how to call in...

St. Louis Rams trade CB Josh Gordy to Indianapolis Colts

Trade for Colts: Needing cornerback depth having only Jerraud Powers, Justin King, and Cassius Vaughn at cornerback, the Colts sent an undisclosed late round pick to St. Louis for Josh Gordy. Gordy played 12 games, including 9 starts, for an injury plagued Rams secondary last season, but struggled, grading out as ProFootballFocus’ 96th ranked cornerback out of 109, allowing 27...

Andre Luck will become a top-five NFL quarterback within three years

Despite throwing two interceptions, surefire Indianapolis Colts superstar Andre Luck again played well last night in a 24 to 26 loss to the Steelers at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The 6-foot-4, 234 pound Luck, who the Colts took first … Continue reading →

Steelers Defense Records 3 Turnovers In 26-24 Win Over Indianapolis Colts

Undrafted free agent kicker Danny Hrapmann snuck through a blocked 22 yard field goal with 23 seconds left to go in the game to give the Pittsburgh Steelers a 26-24 preseason win over the Indianapolis Colts Sunday night at Heinz Field. The 7 play game winning drive was led by fourth string quarterback Jerrod Johnson, who was a perfect 3-for-3 passing on the drive for 59 yards...
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