FRANK GORE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Frank Gore closing in on the Top 5 for all-time rushing yards

Frank Gore is a rare running back who’s still able to play at a high level into his 30s, rushing for 1,025 yards last season at the age of 33. If he can do that again at age 34, he’ll join some truly elite company. Gore is already the active rushing leader, with 13,065 career…
Via Pro Football Talk
1 day ago

2017 Running Back Outlook Offers Colts Intriguing Possibilities

What does Chris Ballard think of the running back position for the Colts? How could things look behind Frank Gore in 2017?
Via Colts.com
2 days ago

Indianapolis Colts 2017 fantasy football options

The Indianapolis Colts underperformed as a team in 2016, but still provided some viable fantasy options. The Colts have had a very busy offseason, which involved a lot of player turnover. With a new general manager bringing in a ton of new players, whom should you draft from the Colts for your fantasy football team in 2017? Let’s take a look position by position. Quarterback Andrew...
Via isportsweb.com
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Frank Gore reveals when he’ll know it’s time to retire

Indianapolis Colts and former San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore is entering his 13th season as a pro and is about to turn 34 years of age. He’s well past what is normally viewed as the age when running backs break down, but Gore’s been breaking the rules since he overcame the “injury prone” label coming out of Miami in 2005.Last season, Gore topped 1,000 rushing...
Via Sportsnaut
May 09, 2017  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts: Frank Gore Must Step Up As A Leader

Over the past two seasons, Frank Gore has expressed frustration and disappointment with the Indianapolis Colts. His emotions are understandable, after the Colts missed the playoffs in both seasons. When Gore signed with the Colts, it was assumed that he was one of the few missing pieces to help them push into the Super Bowl. Injuries to Andrew Luck and the Colts’ roster as a whole...
Via This Given Sunday
May 07, 2017  |  Discuss

Glen Coffee making NFL comeback after four years in Army, seven years away from game

Glen Coffee stunningly retired from the NFL back in 2010 after spending just one year in the league. Seven years later, he’s back.Coffee has been enrolled in the United States Army since 2013 and completed training to become an Army Ranger. Now he’s looking for another shot to fulfill his NFL dream. It’s hard to imagine Coffee will receive much interest around the league....
Via Sportsnaut
April 22, 2017  |  Discuss

Tim Hightower refuses to take Frank Gore's number with 49ers

Respect is a priceless commodity. Some know how to give and receive it, while others do not. We can count new San Francisco 49ers running back Tim Hightower among those who know how to give it after he pledged to have his number changed in light of the team assigning Frank Gore’s No. 21 to him this season. As many 49ers fans would likely agree, Hightower believes Gore’s No. 21...
Via Sportsnaut
April 10, 2017  |  Discuss

Frank Gore is disgusted with the Indianapolis Colts

It seemed like a great idea when Frank Gore joined the Indianapolis Colts in 2015. Gore, one of the most consistent backs in recent history, would join an Andrew Luck-led offense and provide balance to a team ready to make a title push. Now the Colts are the laughingstock of the laughingstock. The Colts sit dead last in the AFC South, football’s worst division. A 2-4 record...
Via The Sports Daily
October 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Frank Gore still mad he fell short of rushing goals in 2015

Frank Gore signed with the Indianapolis Colts last season with big dreams in mind. The veteran running back thought he would be a key missing piece for a team on the rise and help them make a Super Bowl push. Along the way, he was hoping to break a few poor Colts streaks. None of that happened, unfortunately, and that has Gore hungry for next season. The soon-to-be 33-year-old rushed...
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Frank Gore goes off about terrible season with Colts

Frank Gore summed up the Indianapolis Colts’ dysfunctional season pretty succinctly after the team concluded the campaign with a 30-24 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Following the Week 17 win, Gore said this was the “toughest season” of his career. Frank Gore following the loss: "This was the toughest season of my career. A lot of f***** up stuff." To summarize...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 03, 2016  |  Discuss
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