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Luke Schultheis is an Indianapolis Colts blogger and Senior Writer for Stampede Blue. He has appeared on CNN to discuss Colts football and has diverse and extensive sports business experience, having worked for several renowned sports organizations including: NASCAR, USA Track & Field, Indianapolis Indians, Exclusive Sports Group, Indiana Sports Corporation (Super Bowl XLVI), Indiana Pacers Sports & Entertainment, the NCAA, and 500 Festival. His opinions are his own. Follow him on Twitter @LuckAtLuke

Colts Injury Update: Safety Julian Blackmon is ‘ahead of schedule’ in Achilles rehab

The Colts have received some encouraging updates regarding one of their young and talented defensive backs.

Colts Pro Bowl CB Kenny Moore II is Not Participating in OTAs as He Seeks to Renegotiate his Contract

Peter King Isn’t High on the Colts in 2022 NFL Power Rankings

NBC Sports’ Peter King simply isn’t as high on the 2022 Colts’ chances as other national member members.

Indianapolis to Remain Host City of NFL Combine Through At Least 2024

The NFL Combine will stay in Indianapolis in the short-term—as it rightfully should.

Report: Colts Agree to Two-Year Deal with Veteran Free Agent QB Nick Foles

The Contract Details for Colts’ Top Rookie Wideout Alec Pierce Have Been Revealed

The contract numbers from Alec Pierce’s freshly inked rookie deal have been released.

Report: Colts’ Morocco Brown No Longer a Candidate for Eagles Assistant GM Job

The chances just increased that Morocco Brown will return to the Colts for at least one more year in the front office.

Colts’ Marcus Brady, Morocco Brown to Participate in NFL’s Inaugural ‘Accelerator Program’ for Diversity

Two leaders of the Colts organization will be actively participating to help promote diversity hiring league-wide. Lists New Colts Veteran QB Matt Ryan as a ‘MVP Dark Horse’ Sleeper Candidate

Could ‘Matty Ice’ turn back the clock with the Colts—all the way back to 2016, when his initials were M.V.P.

No Surprise: ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler Notes that Quenton Nelson’s New Mega-Contract ‘Will Break the Bank’

As widely anticipated, the Colts will have to back up the Brinks for Big Q soon—for what will be a very lucrative deal.