Archive for the ‘Indianapolis Colts’ Category

Colts guard Quenton Nelson wasn’t happy with his technique last season

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Quenton Nelson was the sixth overall pick in last year's NFL Draft and was named a first-team All-Pro in his rookie season with the Indianapolis Colts. Despite the success and accolades, Nelson was displeased with an area of his game last season. According to Zak Keefer or the Indianapolis Star, new Colts senior assistant Howard Mudd relayed a conversation from Nelson where he expressed frustration with his technique.

Colts LB Darius Leonard surprises mom with car, her reaction is priceless

Monday, February 11th, 2019

Indianapolis Colts outside linebacker Darius Leonard won NFL defensive rookie of the year. Darius Leonard is on quite a roll. The linebacker was drafted in the second round out of South Carolina State by the Indianapolis Colts.

The Super Bowl Just Ended. Now TV Will Kick Off Spring Football

Thursday, February 7th, 2019

The Super Bowl ended days ago. Ebersol – and TV partners like CBS and AT&T – are betting that his Alliance of American Football can succeed where others have not. CBS this Saturday will open a series of primetime broadcasts from the Alliance, a new league co-founded by Ebersol, son of sports-TV great Dick Ebersol, and Bill Polian, former general manager of the Buffalo Bills and vice-chairman of the Indianapolis Colts.

Defensive rookie of the year Darius Leonard on Andrew Luck coaching him up and Patrick Mahomes torching him

Wednesday, February 6th, 2019

Indianapolis Colts linebacker Darius Leonard joins Yahoo Sports NFL experts Charles Robinson and Terez Paylor in Atlanta, Georgia ahead of Super Bowl LIII. They discuss how Andrew Luck provided guidance to Leonard in reading opposing quarterbacks and how Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes fooled him during their AFC divisional round matchup in January. Hear the full conversation on the Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast.

Patriots sign David Parry

Wednesday, February 6th, 2019

Even as they paraded through Boston, the Patriots were starting work on their 2019 roster. They announced that they re-signed eight members of their practice squad to reserve/future contracts on Tuesday and also added three players from outside the organization to their offseason roster. Only one of those additions has regular season experience in the NFL.

Jared Goff’s Super Bowl 53 performance draws comparisons to Rex Grossman

Monday, February 4th, 2019

Jared Goff's Super Bowl 53 performance draws comparisons to Rex Grossman originally appeared on nbcsportschicago.com Everyone is looking to blame someone for the Los Angeles Rams' loss to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 53, and most of the fingers are being pointed at Jared Goff. Some have gone as far as comparing his performance to what we saw from Rex Grossman in Super Bowl 41. The Bears quarterback went 20-of-28 for 165 yards, one touchdown and one interception back in 2007 against the Indianapolis Colts.

Edwin Jackson’s foundation to award scholarships one year after his death

Thursday, January 31st, 2019

Foundation of late Colts LB Edwin Jackson to award scholarships one year after his death On the day of the 2018 Super Bowl, then-Colts LB Edwin Jackson's life was tragically taken by a drunk driver. So it would be more than understandable if his family spent this Super Bowl weekend grieving. Instead, the Edwin Jackson 53 Foundation will award scholarships – 53 of them to be exact, Jackson's jersey number – to students who showcase dedication to community service.

This Is How It Happened: Thomas Morstead’s onside kick in Super Bowl XLIV

Wednesday, January 30th, 2019

Thomas Morstead was 23 years old, a nervous rookie whose goal at Super Bowl XLIV was simply to do the basics of his job – handle kickoffs and punts for the New Orleans Saints with as little fanfare as possible. That didn’t happen. This is the story behind the most famous onside kick in Super Bowl history.

NFL notebook: Colts extend OL Glowinski three years

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019

The Indianapolis Colts reached an agreement on an extension with guard Mark Glowinski worth $18 million, the team announced Tuesday. Glowinski started nine of the last 11 games in Indy and was part of an offensive line that graded out as one of the best in the NFL this past season. The Colts' line gave up just 18 sacks, fewest in the league.

NFL notebook: Colts extend OL Glowinski three years

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019

The Indianapolis Colts reached an agreement on an extension with guard Mark Glowinski worth $18 million, the team announced Tuesday. Glowinski started nine of the last 11 games in Indy and was part of an offensive line that graded out as one of the best in the NFL this past season. The Colts' line gave up just 18 sacks, fewest in the league.