Colts OL stud Anthony Castonzo nearly skipped the 2020 season, and he’s still nervous. The Indianapolis Colts offensive line nearly got dinged before the season even began, but ultimately, the pull of participating in this unique campaign was too strong to keep Anthony Castonzo on the sidelines.
Colts linebacker Darius Leonard opened up to Good Morning Football on Monday. When Darius Leonard showed the world his customized motivational cleats last week, Colts fans thought to themselves, “Oh my, he’s going to rip through the competition in 2020.” There’s no linebacker you’d rather have on your side right now.
Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images According to Pro Football Focus (subscription), Indianapolis Colts offensive tackle Anthony Castonzo is the league’s 9th best player at his position, while his teammate, Braden Smith, comes in just a little behind him at the 18th overall spot: 9.
Former NFL offensive line coach Howard Mudd was involved in a motorcycle accident last Wednesday and moved to an intensive care unit at a Seattle hospital, according to the Indianapolis Star 's Joel A...
Colts wide receiver TY Hilton’s contract year is off to a terrible start. Everybody knows that the Indianapolis Colts are a better team with TY Hilton on the field, and the numbers back it up. Last year, they finished 1-5 without him and 6-4 with him.
Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports Howard Mudd faces more surgery following motorcycle accident | Fox 59 INDIANAPOLIS – Howard Mudd remains in ICU at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle and faces additional surgery following a serious motorcycle accident.
Colts linebacker Darius Leonard made himself a pair of motivational cleats. The Indianapolis Colts saw a revival on the defensive side of the ball a couple years ago when rookie Darius Leonard took the league by storm and was named an All-Pro at the linebacker position after his debut season.
Two-time Pro Bowl running back Clinton Portis, Darrell Reid, Antwan Odom, Anthony Montgomery, Tamarik Vanover and Robert McCune were charged on Friday in a superseding indictment in connection with fraudulent charges made to a health care benefit program for retired NFL players.