There isn’t much left in free agency in terms of pass catchers. The good news is that this is the deepest wide receiver draft we have seen in years. The Colts had an issue with players stepping up on the outside in 2019.
Philip Rivers is going to be playing quarterback for the Colts this year and he said his relationship with head coach Frank Reich, offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni and tight ends coach Jason Michael was a big factor in his decision to sign with the team.
Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports A popular series from last draft cycle is returning yet again at Stampede Blue. Last offseason, I interviewed over 40 prospects that could eventually be fits for the Indianapolis Colts in the 2019 NFL Draft.
The Colts all but ensured safety Rolan Milligan would be back with the team in 2020 by tendering him as an exclusive rights free agent and Milligan took any remaining mystery out of things on Saturday.
The Colts made a couple of uncharacteristic moves during the first week of free agency, plunking down big money for quarterback Philip Rivers and giving up a first-round pick (and plunking down big money) for defensive tackle DeForest Buckner.
Harrison Barden-USA TODAY Sports Can the Colts get the All-Pro version of Rhodes in Indy? The Indianapolis Colts made yet another big move this offseason, signing former All-Pro Xavier Rhodes to a one year deal worth up to 5 million dollars.
The Indianapolis Colts are bringing in veteran help at corner, signing Xavier Rhodes to a one year deal. Just days after the Indianapolis Colts released corner Pierre Desir, general manager Chris Ballard brings in veteran help to replace him.
Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports Just a day after Roger Goodell ordered all 32 NFL teams to close up shop and work from home, Chris Ballard and his staff have been busy finalizing a deal that will bring former Vikings All-Pro corner back Xavier Rhodes to Indianapolis.
Even though he’s not a top-tier player, Funchess could be the big body in the red zone the Packers thought they had when they signed tight end Jimmy Graham to a three-year deal ahead of the 2018 season.
In an appearance on "The Dan Patrick Show," Dungy talked about Luck’s decision to step away from football, what influenced it and why he doesn’t think the 30-year-old quarterback will return to the NFL.