Colts' interest in Buccaneers star Gerald McCoy makes a lot of sense
McCoy, a six-time Pro-Bowler, looks like a perfect fit in an Indianapolis defense that values quickness and penetration at the tackle position
With Gerald McCoy released by the Buccaneers earlier this week, the Colts have been a rumored next stop for the Pro Bowler. Should the Colts have interest in McCoy?
Colts have interest in Gerald McCoy | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Gerald McCoy is available and the Indianapolis Colts will at least kick the tires. That’s where it stands as McCoy, a six-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle, looks to find a new home after being released this week by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Colts continue their search ...
Eric Ebron’s Historic Pace Forges On Into 2019
Eric Ebron had a record-breaking first season with the Indianapolis Colts in 2018, but as it turns out, it was just the latest quality year for the tight end, who continues to put up numbers at a historic pace with the likes of current and future Pro Foot
To go for Gronk's record, Colts' Eric Ebron cuts out honey buns - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
Eric Ebron's outlook has come a long way in the past year, and the Colts tight end is making sacrifices to help reach his lofty goals.
Even in May, the Colts are seeing some key strides in the game of Mo Alie-Cox. Where is Alie-Cox developing?
NFL Scouting Combine To Remain In Indianapolis Through 2021
The National Football League announced today that the NFL Scouting Combine will remain in Indianapolis through 2021,
NFL Combine staying in Indy thru 2021, and perhaps beyond | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The NFL Scouting Combine is staying put for at least the next two years. After that? We’ll see. According to the NFL, the Combine, which has called Indy home for more than three decades, will remain in town through 2021.
Colts’ Marcus Brady To Take Part In 2019 NFL Quarterback Coaching Summit
Indianapolis Colts quarterbacks coach Marcus Brady will participate in the 2019 NFL Quarterback Coaching Summit June 24-25 in Atlanta, where the league continues its efforts to strengthen the coaching and personnel development pipeline.