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What Brought Howard Mudd Back To The Colts?
Howard Mudd retired from the NFL back in 2012 as one of the greatest offensive line coaches of all-time. Now 77, what brought him back to serve on Frank Reich’s coaching staff with the Indianapolis Colts?

How Chris Strausser became the Colts' surprise new offensive line coach
How Chris Strausser became the Colts' surprise new offensive line coach: a six-hour interview with no breaks.

Expertise, not connections, led Chris Strausser to Colts | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – So much of the time, the NFL’s coaching universe is about who you know. It’s about networking. It’s about being in the right place at the right time. Occasionally, you’re Chris Strausser and you’re answering a call from a complete stranger. Hello.

2018 Colts Review: Pro Football Focus Evaluations
Our comprehensive look back at the 2018 season for the Indianapolis Colts continues today with Pro Football Focus' evaluations for the team and its players in a resurgent year that saw the Colts return to the playoffs for the first time in four seasons.

Defensive end, cornerback clearly positions of need for Colts
An analysis of the Colts' defensive snap counts reveals just how much Indianapolis had to rely on its starters and where the Colts need help.

Positional breakdown of the Colts: Defensive line | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The first step has been taken, but leading where? That’s what the next few months will determine. Before Frank Reich addresses the latest edition of his Indianapolis Colts in April, Chris Ballard and his personnel staff must make the necessary additions and adjustments to...

Pro Football Focus Projects Colts To Land Three Top Free Agents
With the start of NFL free agency now less than a month away, Pro Football Focus projects where its top 25 free agents would land if they aren’t retained by their current team. According to PFF, three of the top free agents fit well with the Indianapolis

Mel Kiper's 2019 NFL mock draft - First-round pick predictions, rankings and 1-32 draft order
Alabama's Quinnen Williams is one of several game-wreckers in Round 1. Mel projects Picks 1-32 in April's draft, and it's heavy on pass-rushers.


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