Colts LB Leonard looking to join elite defenders | Sports | heraldbulletin.com
Darius Leonard has 100 tackles for the fourth straight season, and he's had a hand in 12 takeaways as he builds a case to be included in the NFL's Defensive
Colts Notebook: Seven named to Pro Bowl, including three first-timers | Sports | heraldbulletin.com
Jonathan Taylor, Quenton Nelson, Darius Leonard, Ryan Kelly, DeForest Buckner, Kenny Moore II and Luke Rhodes have been selected to the Pro Bowl. The Colts' seven representatives are the most
DeForest Buckner, Ryan Kelly, Darius Leonard, Kenny Moore II, Quenton Nelson, Luke Rhodes, Jonathan Taylor Named To 2022 Pro Bowl
Running back Jonathan Taylor, center Ryan Kelly, left guard Quenton Nelson, long snapper Luke Rhodes, defensive tackle DeForest Buckner, linebacker Darius Leonard and cornerback Kenny Moore II were named to the 2022 Pro Bowl on Wednesday.
Which Colts Made The 2021 Pro Bowl? | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
Which Colts Made The 2021 Pro Bowl?
Colts land 7 in Pro Bowl; Kenny Moore II finally included
DeForest Buckner is team-driven, but embraces individual accomplishments as well. That includes the Pro Bowl.
NFL Pro Bowl 2022: 7 Colts make roster, franchise's most since 2014
Taylor, Quenton Nelson, Ryan Kelly, DeForest Buckner, Darius Leonard, Kenny Moore and Luke Rhodes all landed spots in the Pro Bowl.
Indianapolis Colts add players to Reserve/COVID-19 list
The Indianapolis Colts announced some roster changes, as two players are moved to the Reserve/COVID-19 list, and another to the Practice Squad/COVID-19 list.
Why do the NFL's 17 officiating crews see the game so differently? - Sports Illustrated Talk Of Fame Network
The difference in penalties between the Carl Cheffers and Bill Vinovich officiating crews highlights an alarming disparity in how the NFL's 17 officiating crews see the games.
Hate NFL analytics-based decisions? The math adds up more often than you might think – The Athletic
The failures get lots of attention, but there are plenty of examples of why going for it is the optimal decision.
Colts: Kenny Moore II went from boy scared of hits to Man of the Year
Kenny Moore used to live in fear of football. Now, it's his engine of joy. How a village of people who believed in him built the Man of the Year.
Colts: Jonathan Taylor's remarkable endurance critical to MVP campaign
Taylor still looks and feels strong despite playing the NFL's most grueling position, even as his carries have skyrocketed lately.
Kenny's reaction... priceless. ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/jOyaZAvY9h— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) December 23, 2021