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Final Roster Cuts Present ‘Tough Couple Of Days’ For Colts’ Coaches
Thursday’s preseason finale against the Cincinnati Bengals was the last chance for several members of the Indianapolis Colts’ 90-man roster to prove they’re worthy of a spot on the Week 1 roster. Now the coaching staff faces a 4 p.m. Saturday deadline to

Colts 53-man roster projection: Here's what it looks like after the preseason
Here's how the Colts Insiders Joel A. Erickson and Jim Ayello see the roster shaking out

Final Colts 53-Man Roster Projection | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenter
With the Colts done with their preseason schedule in 2019, here is our last 53-man roster projection before final cuts come Saturday by 4:00 PM ET.

One guy’s view of the Colts’ 53-player roster | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Just in case Chris Ballard and Frank Reich feel the need to reach out in the next couple of days, we’re here. Their task is arriving at the best combination of 53 players – tentative, of course – for what promises to be an interesting season.

Colts 13, Bengals 6: What caught our eye | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – What caught our eye from the Indianapolis Colts’ 13-6 win over the Bengals Thursday night at Cincinnati’s Paul Brown Stadium. The Colts finished the preseason 1-3 and open the regular season Sept. 8 against the Chargers in Los Angeles. That’s a wrap: It’s over.

5 Things Learned: Parris Campbell Excels As Colts Win Preseason Finale | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan | Indy's SportsCenter
The Colts ended the preseason with a win on Thursday night in Cincinnati, beating the Bengals, 13-6. What happened in the Colts’ preseason finale?

Parris Campbell: ‘I Felt Like Myself Again’ In Colts' Win Over Bengals
In his preseason NFL debut against the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday, Indianapolis Colts rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell showed exactly why the team used a second-round draft pick on him this spring.

Chad Kelly, working hard on his game and his reputation, still hopes for a spot on the Colts’ roster — eventually – The Athletic
Since his post-arrest release in Denver, Kelly has seized his on-field opportunities. He did so again Thursday night.


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