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Tune changes quickly for Colts owner Jim Irsay in pivotal offseason - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
The Colts owner was overly optimistic about the 2019 team but won't meddle with GM Chris Ballard's plan to put them back on track.

Colts Feel Rock Ya-Sin Was Ascending At End Of 2019 Season | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan
Colts Feel Rock Ya-Sin Was Ascending At End Of 2019 Season

The NFL combine is changing into a TV show - Sports Illustrated
As they rethink what the NFL combine should look like, the bench press may be the next casualty.

More playoff teams expected under new NFL CBA, sources say
If and when a collective bargaining agreement is finalized, it it is expected to change the NFL's playoff structure as currently constituted for next season, league sources told ESPN, including an expansion to seven teams from each conference.

NFL: Move to 17-game schedule, expanded playoffs not what it seems
NFL owners approved a proposal Thursday that includes an expanded playoff field and 17-game schedule, which means more football. And more problems.

How will Colts look in 2021? 2022? Examining when key players hit free agency – The Athletic
None other than owner Jim Irsay has made it clear, time and again, that general manager Chris Ballard can spend what he wants.

Comings and goings: Five predicted Colts roster moves for the 2020 offseason – The Athletic
The Colts have what they believe is a solid foundation that won’t require that much tinkering, but there still will be moves to come.

Take a look into the life of former Colts linebacker David Thornton in Colts Productions' latest episode of its series "Colts Forever"
Colts Productions tonight continued its series, “Colts Forever,” which gives fans a unique look into the post-retirement life of former Colts players. This latest episode dives into former linebacker David Thornton, who is now the Colts' Director of Playe