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Breaking Down the Colts' Griff Whalen

Everybody loves an underdog.Griff Whalen is your typical NFL underdog. He was undrafted in 2012, and struggled to make an impact early on in his career after suffering a broken foot. Whalen was cut after LaVon Brazill returned from his suspension in 2013, but made his way onto the practice squad, the natural home for the NFL underdog.He flip flopped from the practice squad and the...
Via Pro Football Spot
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Da’Rick Rogers: Keeping the Future in Focus

There were plenty of questions about what the Colts would do once they had to cut their roster down to 53 players. One of the biggest questions was how they would deal with the wide receiver unit. Coming into the offseason, it was no secret that the Colts had one of the deepest receiving corps in the league. Naturally, a solid member of that unit was going to get the axe – but...
Via The Colts Authority
20 days ago  |  Discuss

GIF: Indianapolis Colts WR Griff Whalen Gets Harsh Reminder Why Returning Punts Sucks

When you are not the No. 1 or No. 2 wide receiver you have to do whatever it takes to make sure the team thinks you are valuable enough to keep around. If that means you have to return kicks--you return kicks and/or punts. With just 24 receptions to his name last season Colts WR Griff Whalen is one of those guys.@gifdsports/TwitterIf that means you have to get smacked like he did...
Via FatManWriting
August 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts: biggest winners in training camp

Finally, it’s football season. This will be the last Sunday without football till Super Sunday in February. So how about we look at who the winners are so far in training camp? Griff Whalen is someone who has a leg up since training camp started, though it is due to a mix of unfortunate events and his own play. LaVon Brazill has been cut by the Indianapolis Colts after making...
Via isportsweb.com
July 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Dregs of the Roster: Da’Rick Rogers Film Review

With LaVon Brazill suspended for the season, the competition for the fifth spot on the Colts’ wide receiver depth chart will likely come down to Da’Rick Rogers and Griff Whalen, unless an undrafted rookie breaks out or they decide to keep six. (Quick aside: I always liked Brazill’s potential, but this is more disappointing than devastating. He was facing an uphill battle to...
Via The Colts Authority
July 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts Notebook: Ballard, Nicks, & Whalen Working Through Different Challenges

Follow @MarcusDugan Ballard Feels Ready But Will Play It Safe Vick Ballard looked very good in his one game last season, with 63 yards on 13 carries (4.8 ypc), but just four days later, he found himself being helped off the practice field with a torn ACL. Eight and a half months later, Ballard is doing well, but he’s still limited to individual work in practice.  “I can’t...
Via The Colts Authority
May 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts Authority Dregs of the Roster: Griff Whalen Film Review

By Ben Gundy In addition to having a name that sounds like a grunge rocking super hero from a bad/awesome 90s movie, Griff Whalen turned himself into a reasonably good receiver last year. After bouncing between the Colts’ practice squad and active roster for the first half of the season, Whalen, a former undrafted rookie who spent all of 2012 on injured reserve, worked his way...
Via The Colts Authority
March 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts: getting hot at the right time

What a confidence booster for the Indianapolis Colts and their fan base. Sure the Kansas City Chiefs haven’t really beaten anybody of note this season, but they’re a good team that has won on a consistent basis this season. Griff Whalen had a fantastic outing today with 7 catches for 80 yards. (Photo credit: Colts.com) And the Colts pulled out a convincing victory against them...
Via isportsweb.com
December 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Colts cut Griff Whalen, promote Mr. Irrelevant

The Colts cut from perhaps their thinnest position to get more Irrelevant. The team announced they waived wide receiver Griff Whalen, and promoted tight end Justice Cunningham from the practice squad. Cunningham was the final pick in this year’s draft from South Carolina, and was released in final cuts. Whalen played in six games this year, with nine catches. The Stanford product...
Via Pro Sports Daily
November 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Bjoern Werner Out 4-6 Weeks; Sign Robert Hughes, Waive Griff Whalen

The Indianapolis Colts have made a few moves today. They first signed FB Robert Hughes and waived WR Griff Whalen. The Colts also found out that OLB Bjoern Werner is going to be out for 4-6 weeks with a foot injury.The big news was that Bjoern Werner, who was noticeably improving is going to miss 4-6 weeks with a torn plantar fascia. Werner was injured early on in the first quarter...
Via Everything Colts
September 30, 2013  |  Discuss
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