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Colts finally seem headed in right direction up front -- behind remade offensive line – Joel Erickson | IndyStar

A football identity can be both powerful and problematic, easily established and hard to pin down, enduring and fleeting. And it can take on many forms.

Andrew Luck, T.Y. Hilton still hooking up, especially in the red zone in ‘18 – Mike Chappell | CBS4Indy

We’re seeing a different side of T.Y. Hilton, and that’s not a bad thing. Not at all.

Colts Notebook: Vinatieri working to be available Sunday – George Bremer | The Herald Bulletin

The sight was familiar. Adam Vinatieri lined up for a series of field-goal attempts Thursday at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. Each was farther from the goalpost than the previous attempt, and all seven easily sailed through the uprights.

New Colts Defense Showing Off Consistent PlaymakingKevin Bowen | 1070thefan

Through the first seven weeks of the 2018 season, the Indianapolis Colts have found some much-needed playmaking from their defense. What’s the reason?

Colts’ Adam Vinatieri tests kicking leg ahead of Sunday’s game – Joel Erickson | IndyStar

Adam Viniateri was up and kicking Thursday. Vinatieri kicked roughly a dozen field goals during the period of Colts practice open to the media Thursday, first in a full-team setting and then over on a field with the rest of the specialists.

Colts Could Be Playing In Oakland For Final Time Sunday Against Raiders – Jake Arthur | Colts.com

“When you go to Oakland, it’s The Black Hole, man. It’s The Black Hole. It’s not really an explanation about that situation.” There is so much that can be said about the atmosphere on a gameday at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum and the famed (or infamous?) “Black Hole.”

Insider: Mike Mitchell is here to save the Colts’ secondary – Zak Keefer | IndyStar

From the sand of South Beach he weighed the end. Ten years in the league he’d lasted, proving Al Davis right and just about everyone else wrong. Deadline approaching, Mike Mitchell remained resolute. Most of the offers insulted him. Special teams? A backup? A quarter of what he was making?