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Chris Ballard: Colts Ready For Big Name Free Agent | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan
Chris Ballard: Colts Ready For Big Name Free Agent

Is Colts GM Chris Ballard softening his stance on big-ticket free agents? – The Athletic
Ballard offered a widow into his assessment of his team and, just maybe, shined a light on his intentions for the coming weeks.

What QB-needy teams picking in front of Colts are saying about the draft
Picking at No. 13, the Colts might need some help to have a chance at drafting one of the top-tier quarterbacks in April, if they want one.

Chris Ballard Combine Notebook | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan
Chris Ballard Combine Notebook

Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard talks draft prospects, the quarterback position, free agency and more at the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine
Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard on Tuesday spoke to reporters at the the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine. What were the main takeaways on the Combine and draft, free agency, the quarterback position and much more?

Colts GM Chris Ballard preparing for two futures: One with Brissett, one without
Colts GM Chris Ballard has no intention of letting word slip on what his plans are for the quarterback position.

Colts draft: Colts will consider all options at quarterback, what's that mean for the draft?
The Colts have a long list of wants at the quarterback position, but Reich believes there are two reasons for busts: intangibles and processing.

Anthony Castonzo Returning To Colts In 2020 | WFNI ESPN 107.5 / 1070 The Fan
Anthony Castonzo Returning To Colts In 2020

Colts say LT Anthony Castonzo will return, leaving offensive line intact
Colts GM Chris Ballard said left tackle Anthony Castonzo is not retiring, meaning the team's starting offensive line should return intact.

Indianapolis Colts left tackle Anthony Castonzo intends on returning for a 10th season with the team in 2020, general manager Chris Ballard said today
Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard today told reporters that veteran left tackle Anthony Castonzo, who was considering the possibility of retirement, has told him he wants to return to the Colts for a 10th season in 2020.

Anthony Castonzo’s return brought ‘big ol’ smile’ to Chris Ballard’s face | Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Sooner or later, Chris Ballard realizes he must consider life without Anthony Castonzo. It will be later. One of the most pressing potential concerns for Ballard and the Indianapolis Colts was eased within the past two weeks when Castonzo, their blue-collar left tackle the past nine seasons, informed them he would return […]

Chris Ballard: Anthony Castonzo will play in 2020, Colts working on new contract
On Tuesday, Colts general manager Chris Ballard said left tackle Anthony Castonzo told him he intends on playing next season.

Anthony Castonzo's return means Colts can win the 2020 NFL offseason.
With Anthony Castonzo returning in 2020, Colts GM Chris Ballard can focus his premium assets - draft picks, cap space - elsewhere as Colts rebuild.

Getting LT Anthony Castonzo back is a game-changer for Colts and Frank Reich – The Athletic
Castonzo recently informed the team that he will play next season after initially considering retirement.

Is Utah State QB Jordan Love too talented for the Colts to pass up? – The Athletic
Love is the big-armed, big-risk quarterback from Utah State, among the most intriguing prospects in the NFL Draft.

2020 NFL Draft: Hard Work Turned CeeDee Lamb Into An Elite Receiver Prospect
CeeDee Lamb is one of the top prospects in the 2020 NFL Draft this April, but there was plenty of hard work and determination pushing that talent to the next level.

NFLPA reps vote to send proposed CBA to full membership for approval
Representatives from the NFL Players Association voted early Wednesday to send a new collective bargaining agreement already approved by the league's owners to the full union membership for a vote.