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As Colts quarterback Carson Wentz is getting healthier and more comfortable, his play and production are on the uptick in Indianapolis.
With ‘Hot Rod’s’ hip currently on the mend, the Colts brought in a pair of former NFL starting kickers—including a familiar face.
The Colts are depleted at cornerback and a defensive back with starting experience will reportedly soon be available.
The Colts made some practice squad additions following Monday night’s brutal loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
Marlon Mack has recently garnered trade interest from the suddenly running back needy reigning AFC Champions.
The Colts added two defensive reinforcements (and special teams contributors) in preparation for primetime.
The Colts are a little banged up at offensive tackle and brought in a new name for a workout.
The Colts not only got the win in South Beach, but Rigoberto Sanchez was honored for his standout special teams’ efforts from this past Sunday.
There’s a strong connection between the Colts and former Cowboys star linebacker Jaylon Smith already.
The Colts brought in some interesting tight end names, highlighted by a proven veteran receiver (and conversion project).