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The Colts keep trying out veteran safeties, hoping to potentially catch lightning in a bottle for a banged up unit.
Even playing through injury, Colts linebacker Darius Leonard is still having an impact season for Indy’s defense and has this latest accolade.
Colts rookie edge Kwity Paye earns some honors at the NFL’s midseason mark—and is making a push as a pass rusher.
The Colts have lost another starting safety to injured reserve—as it’s ‘Next Man Up!’ in the secondary once again.
The Colts could use another proven downfield weapon to help stretch the field—and quarterback Carson Wentz is already comfortable with this one.
Colts QB Carson Wentz is better than what he showed this past Sunday, and in the right system, he’ll prove it.
Colts’ enigmatic starting quarterback Carson Wentz still has his fair share of supporters and critics alike.
The Colts made some roster maneuvers following a tough loss to the Tennessee Titans.
The Colts were dealt another injury blow, as the team lost a rotational defensive lineman for the rest of the season.
In the wake of starter Khari Willis’ recent injury, the Colts have added a veteran safety ahead of Thursday Night Football full-time to the active roster.