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Colts News: Colts hope to get Leonard, Alie-Cox, Pittman, and Turay back after bye

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Colts Darius Leonard, Mo Alie-Cox, Michael Pittman, Kemoko Turay
Leonard, Alie-Cox and Pittman have all been close to returning to the Colts; defensive end Kemoko Turay is hoping to come off of reserve/PUP list.

Colts Monday Notebook: No Injuries Following Bengals Victory | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
Colts Monday Notebook: No Injuries Following Bengals Victory

Hits And Misses: Colts Defense Dials Up Finishing | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
Hits And Misses: Colts Defense Dials Up Finishing

Colts head into bye week after checking important box | Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS – It wasn’t exactly the way Frank Reich scripted it, but the end result served a purpose. While pushing their record to 4-2 heading into this week’s bye, the Indianapolis Colts checked off one of those necessary boxes with their dramatic comeback against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. They dispelled any […]

Colts Take Hard Way to Victory
Nothing came easy for the Indianapolis Colts in Sunday’s comeback from a 21-point deficit against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Vote for Colts QB Philip Rivers for the Week 6 FedEx Air Player of the Week award
Philip Rivers on Sunday led the way for the Indianapolis Colts in their dramatic come-from-behind win over the Cincinnati Bengals, and now he’s a nominee for the Week 6 FedEx Air Player of the Week Award. You can help the Colts quarterback take home the h

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Kravitz: Marcus Johnson sparks passing game in Week 6 Dopey Report Card – The Athletic
Special teams also receive a high grade in the Colts' 31-27 win on Sunday.

Colts are 4-2: All the good, and all the bad, after their win over Bengals – The Athletic
The Colts have a good record. They also have the toughest stretch of the schedule coming up. Are they a good team? We'll find out.

Colts Insider: How Philip Rivers got his groove back
By pushing the ball down field, Philip Rivers freed up his favorite targets: backs and tight ends.

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