• Colts Coach Frank Reich Shares Virtual Team Meeting Presentation, Interactions It isn’t often that NFL teams allow such inside access, but Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich provided a recap of a recent virtual team meeting with players that included PowerPoint presentations. He also talked about stories that players shared regarding the country’s unrest about racism. Jun 15
  • Understated Colts Pass Rusher Robert Mathis Spoke Volumes in Sacks The Indianapolis Colts announced Monday that franchise sack record-holder Robert Mathis will be inducted into the team’s Ring of Honor during halftime of the Nov. 22 home game against the Green Bay Packers at Lucas Oil Stadium. He becomes the 17th inductee into the Colts Ring of Honor. Jun 15
  • Inside AFC South: Most Underrated Players The weekly series on AFC South Division developments highlights the most underrated players for the Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Tennessee Titans. Jun 13
  • Inside AFC South: Most Underrated Players The weekly series on AFC South Division developments highlights the most underrated players for the Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Tennessee Titans. Jun 13
  • Running Backs Coach Tom Rathman Reiterates Importance of Indianapolis Colts’ Team Culture As a player, fullback Tom Rathman won two Super Bowls with the San Francisco 49ers, an organization that understood the necessity of talented players buying into being unselfish. As the Indianapolis Colts’ running backs coach, he sees the same building blocks for his current employer. Jun 12
  • Philip Rivers Being Doubted Didn’t Go Unnoticed The Indianapolis Colts’ new quarterback doesn’t usually pay attention to the outside noise, but his ears perked up about criticism that the 17th-year pro was washed up after struggling in 2019 with the L.A. Chargers. Jun 12
  • Quarterback Jacoby Brissett Paid Well to be Team Player for Indianapolis Colts After losing his starting quarterback job to Philip Rivers this offseason, there’s no way Jacoby Brissett is going to be content with being a backup again. But the reality is, the Indianapolis Colts are paying him $21.4 million to be the consummate professional in 2020. Jun 12
  • Colts QB Philip Rivers Explains ‘Nunc Coepi’ The 17th-year NFL quarterback is a big believer in the Latin phrase “Nunc Coepi,” which means “Now I begin.” He’s always found ways to apply the phrase to life, which includes becoming the Indianapolis Colts quarterback for 2020 after 16 seasons with the Chargers. Jun 11
  • Colts Cornerback Rock Ya-Sin Maintains Confidence After Learning From Rookie Year Life in the NFL comes at cornerbacks rather fast, so second-round pick Rock Ya-Sin was thrust into adapting rather quickly as a rookie. He was flagged for his share of penalties, but says the learning process was essential for his growth. Jun 11
  • Current, Former Colts Coaches, Executives to Join Virtual QB Coaching Summit Indianapolis Colts quarterbacks coach Marcus Brady and director of college scouting Morocco Brown will participate in the June 22-23 virtual program, which will also include former Colts head coach Jim Caldwell and past assistants Leslie Frazier and Pep Hamilton. Jun 11
  • NFL Fantasy: Which Indianapolis Colts Receiving Options Should Owners Consider? With quarterback Philip Rivers now under center for the Indianapolis Colts, NFL fantasy football owners might need to reconsider the value of the guys he’s throwing to as draft options. Jun 10
  • NFL Fantasy: Draft or Pass on Indianapolis Colts QB Philip Rivers? Can Philip Rivers pay off for fantasy football owners now that he’s a member of the Indianapolis Colts? Sports Illustrated’s fantasy analysts weigh in on the veteran’s draft value. Jun 10
  • Colts QB Philip Rivers Quickly Settling in Indianapolis The Indianapolis Colts’ new quarterback, 17th-year pro Philip Rivers, moved his 11-member family to the Northside of a new NFL city about one week ago and already has had throwing sessions with pass catchers. Jun 10
  • ColtsSpeak: Ferryn Palmer (Part II) Here’s the second half of a ColtsSpeak conversation with Indianapolis Colts fan Ferryn Palmer, 41, of Columbus, Ind. A Colts fan since he was about 4 years old offers his views on societal racism in a question-and-answer chat with AllColts.com editor Phillip B. Wilson. Jun 10
  • ColtsSpeak: Ferryn Palmer (Part I) The latest ColtsSpeak conversation is with Indianapolis Colts fan Ferryn Palmer, 41, of Columbus, Ind. A Colts fan since he was about 4 years old offered so many insightful comments, his views will be shared in two parts in a question-and-answer chat with AllColts.com editor Phillip B. Wilson. Jun 9
  • Brian Baker Has Deep Colts Connections Indianapolis Colts new defensive line coach Brian Baker grew up a Baltimore Colts fan. He played in college with Colts head coach Frank Reich. He’s worked with Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus. And Baker is a good friend of retired Hall of Fame Colts coach Tony Dungy. Jun 9
  • Acquisition of DeForest Buckner Like Christmas for New Colts D-Line Coach Brian Baker had only been at his new job as Indianapolis Colts defensive line coach for a couple of weeks when general manager Chris Ballard traded for All-Pro defensive tackle DeForest Buckner. Baker was obviously ecstatic. Jun 9
  • Colts Coach Frank Reich: ‘I’ll Never Forget Last Week Ever’ It wasn’t time to talk about football. The Indianapolis Colts players needed last week to share their emotional reaction to a nation immersed in protests to stop racial inequality and police brutality. Hall of Fame Coach Tony Dungy provided words of wisdom in a video conference call to cap a memorable week. Jun 8
  • Colts Have Contingency Plan For Everything Looking Ahead Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich says rookies are to report July 22 and rest of them six days later. But like with everything else this offseason, plans are subject to change. And Colts have discussed every possibility. Jun 8
  • Inside AFC South: Undrafted Free Agents Who Could Earn Jobs The lack of offseason mini-camps and the likelihood of a shorter preseason with fewer practices will make the challenge of making an NFL roster that much more difficult for undrafted free agents. The Jacksonville Jaguars had the most UFA signings in the AFC South Division with 18, four more than the Tennessee Titans. Jun 6