Colts observations: More on Andrew Luck, does John Simon have a home?
Andrew Luck throws an NFL football, can undersized John Simon find a home at defensive end and more on linebacker Anthony Walker’s injury.
John Simon trying to fit into Colts’ new defensive scheme | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – There have been a few surprising actions and quick observations as the Indianapolis Colts have transitioned to Matt Eberflus’ 4-3 defense from the previous 3-4 scheme.
On Wednesday, new Colts coordinators Nick Sirianni (offense) and Matt Eberflus (defense) shared their thoughts on what they’ve learned this spring.
Colts Notebook: Luck ramps up participation in final outing before training camp | Sports | heraldbulletin.com
If Andrew Luck ever finds himself in need of a job, he might want to make sure new Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni is listed as a reference.
Indianapolis Colts finally surround Andrew Luck with right coaches
Andrew Luck is throwing again, and the Indianapolis Colts finally have surrounded their damaged young quarterback with the proper coach and GM.
Andrew Luck throws, has lot to show before start of season - The San Diego Union-Tribune
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck throws at minicamp, but he has much more to do.
When projecting forward with Andrew Luck, the Colts believe they have a quarterback who can play into his 40s. Why do they feel that way?
Matt Eberflus: 'Competition Is Up In The Air At Every Position'
Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus spoke to the media on Wednesday before the second day of mandatory minicamp practices. Here are the top takeaways regarding his thoughts on the defense heading into 2018.
Here is the Training Camp schedule for the Colts. The 2018 camp will take place at Grand Park in Westfield.
Colts’ Hilton providing answers to coordinator Sirianni
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton has made a significant impression on new offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni.
Fast and Furious: Hilton focused on improving in new scheme | Don’t Miss This | heraldbulletin.com
In his role as the Chargers wide receivers coach, Nick Sirianni made a habit of studying the best wide receivers across the NFL.