Colts observations: Devin Funchess, Jacoby Brissett get heated as corners flash coverage ability
Nearly every cornerback came away with a highlight play during Tuesday’s session
2019 Colts Practice Notes: OTAs, Day 4
Colts.com’s Andrew Walker breaks down the action at the Indianapolis Colts fourth day of 2019 OTA practices at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center.
The Colts were back on the practice field Wednesday for their second week of OTA work. Here’s a notebook look at Wednesday’s session.
It didn’t take long for Chris Ballard to realize that the Colts defense needed to be overhauled. Why did Ballard feel that was necessary?
How is young pass rusher Kemoko Turay approaching his second season with the Colts? Here are Turay’s thoughts on Year Two in the NFL.
Colts do quick homework to take risk on rookie LB E.J. Speed - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
The Colts put a premium on high character in their draft evaluations, but saw something in E.J. Speed, who was arrested as a college senior.
Indianapolis Colts made weird choice, giving this chance to Chad Kelly
Indianapolis Colts went far out of character for a guy who probably won't play for them in troubled former Denver, Ole Miss and Clemson QB Chad Kelly.
Holder: Colts QB Chad Kelly says all the right things, but it’s his actions that matter most – The Athletic
Kelly: "I’m thankful for this opportunity, but I know in order to gain the trust of others, I have to show over time that this is who I am."
Colts’ Chad Kelly ‘thankful for this opportunity’ | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It’s been described as a second chance, yet another opportunity to prove he belongs at the highest level despite so many self-inflicted screw-ups along the way. It might be so much more to Chad Kelly. A last chance? Perhaps.
What the Colts' Deon Cain learned from the play that cost him his rookie season
Cain blames himself for the ACL tear that ended his first season before it began and believes he'll be better for it
Down more than 20 pounds since his rookie season, Colts cornerback Quincy Wilson gives Matt Eberflus some desired versatility. What is in store for Wilson’s third NFL campaign?
Offseason Injury Updates: Jack Doyle, Clayton Geathers, Deon Cain
Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle, safety Clayton Geathers and wide receiver Deon Cain each spoke to reporters on Wednesday and provided updates for their respective injuries and recovery timelines.
Colts taking it slow and easy with Andrew Luck’s strained calf | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – As a voice of experience, Frank Reich knows how best to deal with a strained calf. Essentially, you baby it. You listen to it. You give it all the time it needs.
Andrew Luck To Miss Second Week Of OTAs With Calf Strain
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich on Wednesday said quarterback Andrew Luck will be missing his second straight week of on-field OTA work as he continues to deal with a strained calf.
Entering Year Two in the NFL, Quenton Nelson has some specific improvements he is focusing on after an All-Pro rookie campaign.
Quenton Nelson: Challenge To Improve Run Game ‘Fires Us All Up’
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich has a clear goal of being a top-five rushing team in 2019, and he’s depending heavily on his talented offensive linemen to get them there. That’s music to the ears of second-year guard Quenton Nelson.
Even with two draft selections at cornerback in 2019, there’s no denying the importance that Kenny Moore brings to the Colts defense.
Andrew Luck, Chris Ballard Among Finalists For 2019 PFWA Off-Field Awards
The Indianapolis Colts are well-represented in the Pro Football Writers of America’s 2019 off-field awards, as quarterback Andrew Luck (George Halas Award) and general manager Chris Ballard (Jack Horigan Award) are each among this year’s finalists in thei