With the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft just 18 days away, the Indianapolis Colts and General Manager Chris Ballard likely have narrowed in on a handful of key players to watch for in the first round.
The Indianapolis Colts decided that the best way to surround new quarterback Carson Wentz with talent to accentuate his natural skills was to bring back a familiar face, re-signing wide receiver TY Hilton on a short-term deal to help with the playoff push.
By this point, you're probably sick and tired of hearing about left tackle being a glaring need. Everyone is quite aware that despite signing veterans Sam Tevi and Julie'n Davenport in free agency, the Indianapolis Colts have not adequately replaced Anthony Castonzo, who announced his retirement in January.
The Indianapolis Colts’ conservative approach to free agency has left them with gaping holes at the defensive end and left tackle positions, which have garnered the most attention among pundits and fans since the start of the offseason compared to other areas of the roster.
Assuming the Indianapolis Colts fill their remaining roster holes — left tackle and defensive end stick out the most — before the start of training camp, they should absolutely be considered the favorites to win the AFC South next season.
The Indianapolis Colts will almost assuredly address the offensive line depth, or lack of same, in the 2021 NFL Draft. However, if they want to secure a prospect like Texas’ Samuel Cosmi, Virginia Tech’s Christian Darrisaw, or Oklahoma State’s Teven Jenkins, they might need to fend off competition from the Tennessee Titans.
Among all the coaching additions the Indianapolis Colts have made this year, one stands out above the rest when it comes to notoriety. New assistant offensive line coach Kevin Mawae joins forces with Colts offensive line coach Chris Strausser after 16 years in the NFL as a center with the Seattle Seahawks, New York Jets, and Tennessee Titans.
It seems like forever ago that the Indianapolis Colts were the perennial owners of the AFC South, but the reclamation may be coming soon. Over the last few years, the Colts have taken steps to strengthen their foundation, but a move they made this offseason may be the biggest deciding factor in who wins the division.
The Indianapolis Colts were hit with devastating news at the end of the regular season when longtime starting left tackle Anthony Castonzo disclosed his intentions to retire, leaving the team with a gaping hole at one of the most important positions on the field.
By this point in the offseason, it's well known what holes the Indianapolis Colts have on the roster ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft. Knowing that, national media analysts continue to spew hot takes regarding the Colts and what they should do ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft.
According to his former teammate Pat McAfee on ‘The Pat McAfee Show’, Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton recently had a throwing session in Indianapolis with his new starting quarterback Carson Wentz—and the early results were ‘awesome’: “So, I have on good authority that T.Y.
It goes without saying that the Indianapolis Colts have been one of the most disappointing teams through the first several weeks of free agency. Not only have they yet to make a major splash, but reports indicate they haven’t even engaged in a bidding war with another team for a star player.
According to The Athletic’s Zak Keefer (subscription), the Indianapolis Colts’ interest in prized Virginia Tech offensive tackle prospect Christian Darrisaw ‘is real’ ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft: “A popular projection: Indianapolis.
According to NFL.com’s Chad Reuter, the Indianapolis Colts and Green Bay Packers could become potential trade partners on ‘Day 1’ of the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft—with his proposed trade between the two teams ‘that makes sense’: Green Bay Packers RECEIVE: No.