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2018 Indianapolis Colts Milestones To Watch
With the 2018 regular season right around the corner, what are some milestones for the Indianapolis Colts and their players to keep an eye on?


Ryan Kelly Feeling ‘A Lot Better’ Heading Into Year Three
Indianapolis Colts center Ryan Kelly has put his injury-plagued 2017 season behind him and is looking forward to 2018.

Hard Knocks: Kelly, Colts O-line hope to bounce back from forgettable 2017 | Don't Miss This |
Ryan Kelly was getting a little restless in the stands.

Colts Will Be Using Running Back By Committee in 2018 | 1070 the Fan

Unlike in years past, the Colts will be employing a running back by committee in 2018. How might that look?

Unlike Most Of The NFL, Colts Could Be Tight End Heavy In 2018 | 1070 the Fan

While most of the NFL is all about using 3 receivers on a given play, the Colts could be a bit of an outlier in 2018.

2018 Colts Burning Questions: Tight End
Take a look at the burning questions at each position as the Indianapolis Colts get set to report to training camp next month in Westfield, Ind. We continue today with the tight end position.

Jack Doyle Was The Fourth-Most Targeted NFL Tight End in 2017
The numbers prove that Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle was a heavy part of the offense in 2017.

Jack Doyle Funds Tuition Grant At Cathedral High School
Indianapolis' Cathedral High School helped make Jack Doyle the man he is today. He wants other kids to have the same opportunity. So, he's paying it back - and paying it forward.

How safe is Dwayne Allen roster spot with New England Patriots? - New England Patriots Blog- ESPN
Dwayne Allen has a high salary for his role as a blocking tight end, but it's not too far out of line considering his unique skill set.

Ryan Grant Wants To Be The Tupac To Andrew Luck's Dr. Dre
New Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Ryan Grant thinks quarterback Andrew Luck can help take his game to to another level.


Pierre Desir Looking Forward To Opportunities in New Defense
Indianapolis Colts cornerback Pierre Desir has something to prove in 2018, and he is embracing the opportunity.

Nate Hairston Was NFL’s Most Productive Pass-Rushing Cornerback in 2017
Even as a rookie in 2017, Indianapolis Colts nickel Nate Hairston was the most productive pass-rushing cornerback in the NFL, according to Pro Football Focus.

2018 Colts Burning Questions: Defensive End
Take a look at the burning questions at each position as the Indianapolis Colts get set to report to training camp this month in Westfield, Ind. We continue today with the defensive end position.

Najee Goode Brings Championship Mindset To Colts’ Defense
After winning a Super Bowl title with the Philadelphia Eagles in February, Najee Goode decided to sign with the up-and-coming Indianapolis Colts this offseason.

Robert Turbin Pending Suspension

Robert Turbin Facing NFL Suspension After Testing For Banned Substance | 1070 the Fan

The Indianapolis Colts will be without veteran Robert Turbin for the first 4 games of the 2018 season after the running back tested positive for a banned substance.

Indianapolis Colts running back Robert Turbin announces positive PED test, faces suspension | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indianapolis Colts are in the midst of the calm-before-the-storm portion of their offseason, but were shaken nonetheless Friday. Veteran running back Robert Turbin, who worked extensively with the No.

Colts' Robert Turbin facing four-game suspension
Turbin is the fifth Colts player to be suspended due to a PED violation since 2014

Colts RB Turbin faces four-game suspension | Sports |

The Colts running back room will be much younger than expected for the first month of the regular season.

Robert Turbin ‘Truly Sorry’ After Testing Positive For Banned Substance
Indianapolis Colts running back Robert Turbin on Friday announced that he tested positive for a banned substance under the league’s Performance Enhancing Substances policies. Turbin issued a statement apologizing to those affected and owning up to the mis