Green Beret Brian Decker thinks he can improve success rate of NFL first-round draft picks
Half of all first-round draft picks fail in the NFL. Brian Decker believes he can improve that rate, but it's not clear anyone in the league is listening.
How Brian Decker is using his special-forces background to find the next generation of Colts – The Athletic
How do you assess the things that vertical jumps, arm lengths and shuttle run times cannot? You hire someone like Decker.
Colts fired Chuck Pagano, but they fight cancer together at Gala
Chuck Pagano is returning to Colts complex, where he cleared out his office after being fired in 2017, because some things are bigger than football.
Jeff Saturday: Colts’ success must be built around o-line, d-line | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It was easy to be blinded by the offensive brilliance as the Indianapolis Colts stormed through the 2000s. Peyton Manning. Marvin Harrison. Reggie Wayne. Edgerrin James. Dallas Clark. Brandon Stokley. Joseph Addai.
Do The Colts Have A New Swing Tackle In Jackson Barton?
After manning the blind side for the Utah Utes for the last two years, many draft experts expected Jackson Barton to switch to right tackle in the NFL. Do the Indianapolis Colts have another reserve swing tackle on their hands?
Why were the Colts attracted to Mississippi State defensive end Gerri Green in the draft process? Where will Green fit in Indianapolis?
Colts rookie Parris Campbell has a king for a mentor: LeBron James - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
The Colts are banking on second-round receiver Parris Campbell getting up to speed quickly after a breakout 2018 campaign at Ohio State.
How much playing time should be expected from the 10-man draft class of the Indianapolis Colts in 2019?
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The front office and alumni shared advice and expectations during the 2019 Rookie Welcome Dinner at Lucas Oil Stadium. pic.twitter.com/lxzkz2JCnn