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Colts Injury Update: Fili Moala tears ACL in OTAs, placed on injured reserve list

The NFL's Organized Team Activities has claimed yet another victim this past week.  The Indianapolis Colts' veteran defensive end Fili Moala tore his anterior cruciate ligament and has been placed on the season-ending injured reserve list, according to Mike Chappell of the Indy Star.  This is the third straight year that Moala has been placed on the IR. The 28 year-old...
Via Sports Injury Alert
June 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: Game slowing down for Hilton; Meaningless NFL fines; Moala lost for year, and more

The Colts wrapped up OTAs this week, and will now move forward to mini camp later this month. There are some fresh faces around the team, and every player is trying to come together and make the team click as they persue the Lombardi Trophy. So, it is time to catch up on all things Colts from the last week. Fili Moala places on IR, what is next for the Colts? CLICK HERE Colts land...
Via cover32 - Colts
June 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Fili Moala lost for the year: What is next for the Colts?

The Indianapolis Colts 2009 second round draft pick, Fili Moala, was officially placed on injured reserve yesterday afyer tearing his ACL on his right knee in OTAs last week. The is not the first time Moala has been placed on IR, he tore his ACL in 2012 and would miss half of the season, and was also place on IR after the playoff win over the Kansas City Chiefs. So the injury list...
Via cover32 - Colts
June 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts Send Fili Moala To IR, Sign UDFA Gannon Conway

Follow @MarcusDugan Colts defensive lineman Fili Moala is headed to the Injured Reserve list for the second time in three seasons.  According to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, Moala has a partial ACL tear after colliding with a teammate during OTAs earlier today. To fill the empty spot, Indianapolis signed rookie UDFA defensive end Gannon Conway (6-4, 280) from Arizona State. After missing...
Via The Colts Authority
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Colts will place Fili Moalaon IR after tearing his ACL again

The Indianapolis Colts will place defensive end Fili Moala on season-ending injured reserve ager tearing his ACL again,  according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL network. #Colts DE Fili Moala will be placed on Injured Reserve. Source says he tore his ACL again. Partially torn, but enough to miss the season — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) June 11, 2014 #Colts DE Fili Moala collided with...
Via Pro Football Zone
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts Place DE Fili Moala Injured Reserve & Sign DE Gannon Conway

  The Colts announced two roster moves Wednesday morning. Indianapolis has signed DE Gannon Conway and placed DE Fili Moala on season-ending injured reserve. Ian Rapoport reports that Moala has a partially torn ACL after he collided with a teammate in practice, and his knee buckled. This is the same knee he injured back in 2012.  Moala, 28, was re-signed to a one-year...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts Countdown to Kickoff: No. 95 Fili Moala

When Fili Moala re-signed with the Indianapolis Colts for another one-year deal this past March, the move made very few waves. That’s because Moala doesn’t get as much attention as other defenders like Vontae Davis or Robert Mathis, and as a defensive lineman, that’s understandable. Moala played in all 16 games in 2013 and, despite showing his limitations, made a career-high...
Via Pro Football Spot
June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Welcome back Fili Moala; Colts resign defensive end

The Indianapolis Colts have re-signed defensive end Fili Moala. The veteran played in all 16 games last season, and totaled 26 tackles and 1.5 sacks. He has 45 career starts with the Colts since joining being drafted by the team in the second round in 2009. Moala has yet to live up to his expectations of being a second round pick, but has thrived under the 3-4 scheme with the Colts...
Via cover32 - Colts
March 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts Resign Fili Moala

The Colts have decided to sign defensive end Fili Moala to 1 year contract. The Colts have kept another impending free agent from hitting the market. Fili Moala, who suffered a torn ACL midway through the season, was signed to a one year deal. The Colts also decided to retain Pat McAfee earlier this week with a franchise tag. The signing comes as a bit of surprised due to the ACL...
Via Everything Colts
March 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Colts sign DT Moala to contract extension

The Indianapolis Colts have signed defensive tackle Fili Moala to an undisclosed contract extension. Moala could have become an unrestricted free agent next week. The team confirmed the deal, but did not release terms. It's the second personnel move the Colts have made in less than a week. On Friday, the Colts used the franchise tag on punter Pat McAfee. Moala was Indy'...
Via AP on Fox
March 04, 2013  |  Discuss
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