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How Big Of An Issue Have Drops Been For The Colts? | 1070 the Fan

In the last two weeks, the Colts have had quite a few drops. How big of an issue have they been for the team?

Colts Daily Update: Anthony Castonzo, Marlon Mack Full-Go In Practice
Two major offensive pieces — left tackle Anthony Castonzo and running back Marlon Mack — were able to be full participants in practice on Wednesday. Could they play Sunday against the Jets? And what else did we learn on the day?

Colts Notebook: T.Y. Hilton, Jack Doyle To Miss Another Week? | 1070 the Fan

The Colts have another long injury list as they ramp up preparations for the New York Jets in Week Six. Here’s a notebook look at the Colts returning to practice on Wednesday.

2018 Colts Rookie Watch: Week 5
Get a weekly look into the performance of the Indianapolis Colts’ rookies, continuing today with their stats and highlights in the team’s Week 5 matchup against the New England Patriots.

Colts' Matt Slauson played with two fractured vertebrae in his back
The Colts' offensive lineman was one play away from paralysis after breaking two vertebrae in his back against the Patriots.

Broken Back Wasn’t Enough To Stop Matt Slauson
Even two fractures in his spine couldn’t stop Matt Slauson from playing all 83 snaps last week against the New England Patriots. Now on injured reserve, the veteran offensive lineman will remain a leader for the group.

Colts’ notebook: Matt Slauson ‘upset’ he played with two damaged vertebrae | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Matt Slauson’s reputation followed him to his latest NFL home. The Colts were adding a veteran guard whose toughness and no-nonsense approach would prove instrumental in what would be a young offensive line room.

Colts Notebook: Back injury gives Slauson new perspective | Sports |
Matt Slauson doesn't feel like a hero, and he certainly doesn't want to be painted as one.

Colts Still In Evaluation Mode With Clayton Geathers
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said the team is still evaluating the severity of the neck injury suffered by safety Clayton Geathers last week — his second neck injury since 2016.

With Braden Smith In The Lineup, The Future Is Now For Colts’ Offensive Line
With Indianapolis Colts rookie Braden Smith making his first full start last week, and now with starting right guard Matt Slauson landing on injured reserve, we could see Smith as a regular in the starting lineup.

Marlon Mack Remaining Patient, Working Toward Hitting ‘Top Gear’
The Indianapolis Colts have been without their lead running back, Marlon Mack, for all but one game this year as he recovers from a hamstring injury. The second-year back is trying to remain patient so that he can stay on the field when he does finally ge

Colts Quick Scouting Report: Week 6 Vs. New York Jets
The Indianapolis Colts are on the road again this week as they take on the New York Jets. Let’s take a quick look at this week’s opponent.

Was newly signed Colts safety Mike Mitchell hurt by the Eric Reid effect? – The Athletic
The former Steeler believes there's an ulterior motive for why the market for NFL safeties plummeted.

Finally, Mike Mitchell finds right opportunity with Colts | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – First, Mike Mitchell had to come to grips with the financial realities of his situation. The veteran safety had drawn interest from several teams after the Pittsburgh Steelers cut him – and his $5 million base salary – in March.

Evan Boehm Brings Experience, Versatility To Colts’ Offensive Live
With starting right guard Matt Slauson on IR with a back injury, the Indianapolis Colts signed another versatile veteran, Evan Boehm, this week to add depth along the offensive line.

New York Jets' Henry Anderson living large as 'Goose' mystery widens - New York Jets Blog- ESPN
Anderson, who has proved to be a steal in a draft-day trade with the Colts, has fit the bill as a pass-rushing defensive end.