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NFL: Indianapolis Colts-Minicamp Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Colts' Vontae Davis: 'We have to get better'
Facing free agency, the Colts' Pro Bowl cornerback talks about his future and reflects on his past in an upcoming book.

Scott Tolzien: The Colts Quarterback With Andrew Luck Still Out
Intro: For the first time in his NFL career, Andrew Luck will not start a Training Camp. With Luck out, the Colts will turn to veteran Scott Tolzien for their starting quarterback. Stephen Morris and Phillip Walker are the two other healthy quarterbacks on the roster.

Colts Camp Preview: Long list of young contenders at CB | Sports |
ANDERSON — The Colts have been seeking the right combination at cornerback for years.

Colts player to watch: Can Jon Bostic be an answer at linebacker?
"Let me be me"

Inside linebacker battle will be competitive for Indianapolis Colts - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
Inside linebacker was a sore spot for the Colts last season, so there are several players competing to bring stability to the middle of the defense.

Colts Training Camp Position Battles To Watch
Intro: With the Colts reporting for Training Camp on Saturday, here are a few key positions battles to watch in 2017.

Could The Colts Really Go 5-11 This Season?
Indianapolis Colts fans are in the habit of believing their favorite team is on the precipice of a February celebration. There has not...

It's Time to Read Between the Lines: Andrew Luck Isn't Playing Anytime Soon | Bleacher Report
One of these days, a Colts executive will announce that Andrew Luck was sent to live on a farm upstate. He's chasin' rabbits through the fields, Chris Ballard or Chuck Pagano will say...

NFL's best, worst offensive arsenals, running backs, wide receivers, tight ends, from 32-1 - 2017 NFL season
No quarterbacks, offensive linemen or coordinators allowed -- just pass-catchers and running backs. From 32-1, we're ranking every team's offensive weapons. Colts are ranked 25th.