Archive for the ‘Indianapolis Colts’ Category

Kendall Langford signs one-year deal with Saints

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

After being released by the Indianapolis Colts in August following a failed physical, defensive tackle Kendall Langford has a new team in the New Orleans Saints. According to Jim Trotter of ESPN.com, Langford signed a one-year deal with the Saints on Wednesday. Langford confirmed the deal on his Twitter account.

Brissett seeking 2nd chance as Colts starter

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

Jacoby Brissett let Sunday's big mistake linger long enough. From the moment he threw his first and last pass in overtime, all the Indianapolis Colts' new starting quarterback wanted was a second chance.

Browns favored for first time since 2015

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017

Breaking news: The Cleveland Browns are actually favored to win a game. The Browns haven’t been road favorites since Week Seven of 2014 at Jacksonville. Although the Browns’ status as favorites might mean the gambling community is starting to give Cleveland more respect, it probably says more about the Colts.

Colts rule out Andrew Luck for Week Three

Monday, September 18th, 2017

Colts quarterback Andrew Luck will miss his third straight game this week. The Colts announced that Luck has been ruled out for their Sunday afternoon home game against the Browns. Luck has yet to play or practice with the team this year after having right shoulder surgery in January.

Colts name Robert Mathis pass rush consultant

Monday, September 18th, 2017

Robert Mathis has been working with Colts players this offseason, and today, the team formalized the arrangement. The retired pass-rusher was named pass rush consultant/player development, which probably understates what he has to offer to young players. “I think it’s good therapy because you kind of wean yourself off the game,” Mathis said, via the team’s official website.

Texas-USC had bigger crowd than Rams and Chargers games combined

Monday, September 18th, 2017

The Los Angeles Rams are trending upward. A rocky first season in L.A. gave way to a 1-0 start in 2017. Last year’s worst offensive team exploded for 46 points against the Colts, giving former No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff his first win as a starting quarterback and setting the tone for a promising year. The local fans, however, haven’t seemed to notice. The Rams hosted Washington on Sunday in front of a mostly-empty stadium, casting doubt on whether the City of Angels is a premier market for one NFL franchise, let alone two. The red and white seatbacks of Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum were plainly visible throughout the first quarter as a smattering of fans took in the action live. The NFL is

Fantasy football waiver wire advice: Quarterback rankings for Week 3

Monday, September 18th, 2017

The waiver wire begins late Tuesday, so it is time to figure out your best options. Most fantasy football leagues will run their waiver wires late Tuesday or early Wednesday, but we are here to help you get a jump on the best options to consider. Additionally, throughout the week, we will update each of these articles as ownership percentages change and news arrives.

Palmer aces tough test to lead Cards past Colts 16-13 in OT

Monday, September 18th, 2017

Carson Palmer played the first three quarters in Indianapolis out of sync. Now the Cardinals need their star quarterback to stay in rhythm and keep producing so they can start building momentum after Sunday's 16-13 overtime victory at Indianapolis. After losing running back David Johnson last week with a dislocated left wrist that required surgery and playing the Colts without the left side of their offensive line - tackle D.J. Humphries and guard Mike Iupati - or receiver John Brown, Palmer's 37-year-old shoulders are being asked to carry more of the burden.

Frustrating loss shows how far Rams have come

Sunday, September 17th, 2017

The Los Angeles Rams have improved. The Rams had a chance to tie against Washington in the final two minutes despite struggling to stop the run and committing untimely mistakes on offense. ''We saw how we can fight back,'' quarterback Jared Goff said.

Brissett’s mistake costs Colts in 16-13 OT loss to Cardinals

Sunday, September 17th, 2017

Jacoby Brissett showed the Indianapolis Colts he's a pretty quick learner. After leading the Colts to 10 points on their first two drives Sunday, the offense bogged down and Brissett made the biggest mistake of the game by throwing an interception on the first play of overtime. Since being acquired from the Patriots in a Sept. 2 trade, Brissett has been cramming to learn the playbook.