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Colts News: Marvell Tell is ready to make an impact after his opt-out season

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Frank Reich Cringes Upon Hearing If Carson Wentz Is 'Broken' | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
INDIANAPOLIS – The word makes Frank Reich wince.

But he understands where it’s coming from.

No quarterback in the NFL threw more interceptions last season than Carson Wentz. And that was with Wentz being benched for the final four games of the year.

Draft Grades: Colts GM Ballard aces 2018 draft | Sports | heraldbulletin.com
In his second draft as Indianapolis Colts general manager, Chris Ballard knocked it out of the park. This draft class is heavy with star power at the top, and it

Colts Friday Fun Fact: Jonathan Taylor's Remarkable Rookie Season
Jonathan Taylor had one of the most productive seasons for a running back in NFL history in 2020.

Colts CB Marvell Tell opted out but kept on working, ready for 2021
'I feel like I got a little faster, a little stronger. I continued to work that whole time. No slacking.'

Manning and James to receive HOF rings during Colts game on Sept. 19
Soon-to-be enshrined Hall of Famers Peyton Manning and Edgerrin James will receive their HOF rings on Sept.19 when the Colts face the Rams.

Colts defensive end Ben Banogu trying to realize his potential
Banogu has played just 381 snaps and recorded 2.5 sacks in two seasons in Indianapolis, putting his career at a crossroads.

Parris Campbell Changes Jersey Number, Re-Focuses Mentally In Critical Year | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
INDIANAPOLIS – As much as the physical aspect to Parris Campbell’s NFL life has not cooperated, he’s really focused on the mental side of things heading into Year Three.

Physically, Campbell is back in the right spot.

Tell ready to jump back into mix after opt out | Sports | heraldbulletin.com
Marvell Tell III believes he’s become a better football player over the past year.


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Discovering Darius Leonard: How a scout's certainty connected the Colts with their future All-Pro – The Athletic
The man they call 'The Maniac' was no sure thing coming out of college, but talent evaluator Jamie Moore's instincts proved correct.


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