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Colts News: Get ready to see more Tyquan Lewis after bye week

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Colts: Get ready to see more Tyquan Lewis after bye week
Colts defensive line coach Brian Baker says Tyquan Lewis has earned a bigger part in the Colts gameplan

How Have The Colts Rookies Performed In 2020? | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
How Have The Colts Rookies Performed In 2020?

So far, so very good with Colts and protecting Philip Rivers | Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS – Priority 1 every game for every defense – OK, after stopping the run, we get it – is making life miserable for the quarterback. If you don’t believe us, listen to Brian Baker. “You do need to have a consciousness of where the quarterback is,’’ the Indianapolis Colts’ defensive line coach explained Wednesday […]

Colts QB Philip Rivers on self-scout evaluations during bye week, being the least-sacked QB in the NFL & more
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Philip Rivers spoke to local reporters today via conference call. What did he have to say about the offense’s takeaways from its self-scouting opportunity during the bye week, what contributes to being the least-sacked quart

Colts Chatter: WR DeMichael Harris on deciding to sign with Colts as undrafted free agent, rapport with Philip Rivers
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver DeMichael Harris on Tuesday talked to local reporters via video conference. What did he have to say about his comfort level deciding to sign with the Colts as undrafted free agent, as well as building a rapport with quarte

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An inside look at the development of Colts rookie QB Jacob Eason – The Athletic
There’s a long way to go, and that’s what this year is about. Eason needs to learn, drill and develop, all with the added benefit of time.

Julian Blackmon brings toughness forged by big brothers to Colts – The Athletic
The athletic rookie safety has two interceptions and five passes defended this season for the Colts. Oh, and he can sing too.

The elite NFL defenses are starting to separate themselves, but who’s the best? – The Athletic
The Bears, Colts, Ravens, Steelers and Buccaneers have stood out among the NFL's top defenses through six weeks of the season.

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