Colts Notebook: Rivers gaining trust in receiving corps | Sports | kokomotribune.com
Philip Rivers was feeling it Sunday afternoon, and the Indianapolis Colts were trying to put the game away in the fourth quarter.
Colts’ Philip Rivers, Ravens’ Lamar Jackson show there are 2 ways to play QB | Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS – There are different ways to play the NFL’s most demanding position at a high level. And that would be quarterback. Exhibits A & B will share the field Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. We give you Philip Rivers, without question the prototypical pocket passer. Strong arm, albeit with the funky delivery. Fearless and […]
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Colts Wednesday Notebook: T.Y. Hilton Misses First Practice Of Week
Colts Wednesday Notebook: T.Y. Hilton, Ashton Dulin sit out; Kemoko Turay "looks good" as he eyes possible return
The Indianapolis Colts today officially began on-field preparations for Sunday’s Week 9 contest against the Baltimore Ravens. What were some of the top takeaways on the day?
Colts LB Matthew Adams, who has been on IR since Sept. 26 with an ankle injury, is officially returning to practice today
Indianapolis Colts linebacker Matthew Adams, who has been on injured reserve since Sept. 26 with an ankle injury, is returning to practice today. The team now has 21 days to decide whether to move Adams back to the active roster or revert him to IR for th
Nyheim Hines turns into a threat at receiver for Colts – The Athletic
Also, Philip Rivers' aggressiveness is increasing with his throws but his accuracy isn't suffering. A good sign for the Colts.
Colts: Why it's good when Philip Rivers take a sack, throws incomplete
In the two games since a terrible second half against Cleveland, Rivers has shown an increased willingness to throw it away or take a sack.