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Colts 53-Man Roster Projection Following First Preseason Game | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
INDIANAPOLIS – The cuts have begun.

On Tuesday, NFL teams had to start trimming their 90-man rosters.

Day 16 Colts Training Camp Notebook: Shaky Day For Sam Ehlinger | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
INDIANAPOLIS – The temperature rose on Wednesday at Grand Park with the Colts back in full pads.

Sam Ehlinger returned to practice on Wednesday, taking the majority of starting reps.

Is Jacob Eason starting to seize control of Colts QB competition?
Jacob Eason let Sam Ehlinger creep into the backup QB competition. But over the past few of days, he's been doing his part to push Ehlinger back out.

Colts reduce roster to 85, releasing 4, adding one to injured reserve
An All-Ivy League tight end, veteran defensive end and a running back who has been on the active roster were removed from the roster.

Colts camp: Carson Wentz takes walk-through reps, Buckner, Paye active
Wentz is listening to calls and talking to receivers. Buckner and Paye have been disruptive, Ehlinger and Eason struggle.

Colts QBs: Imagine Jacob Eason taking job from Carson Wentz
Not a prediction, but how cool would it be for Jacob Eason to announce himself as the Colts' answer at quarterback, sending Carson Wentz out the door?

NFL Column: Much ado about taunting | Columns |
Benny LeMay had reason to be proud Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Colts' WR Mike Strachan Draws Praise From Reggie Wayne, Steve Smith, Chad Ochocinco, Michael Irvin, T.Y. Hilton
This week’s rookie watch dives into seventh round pick Mike Strachan impressing a number of legendary NFL receivers with his preseason debut on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.

Indianapolis Colts Carson Wentz season opener
The timeline hasn’t changed, but there’s a blueprint Frank Reich hopes to follow as the Indianapolis Colts’ Sept. 12 season opener against Seattle nears.


How the Colts are turning Kwity Paye from power rusher to speed rusher in no time flat – The Athletic
Changes in technique and approach have the rookie first-round pick looking like the quarterback disruptor the Colts need.