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Notre Dame’s All-Decade Offensive Lines

Monday, August 10th, 2020

Following this weekend’s commitment from Clarkston, Mich., native and offensive guard Rocco Spindler, we featured Notre Dame’s best offensive line recruiting hauls in a single class since the move to two-platoon football (or players not playing both offense and defense) in 1964. Spindler’s pledge make him and Avon, Ind., tackle Blake Fisher the first tandem to commit to Notre Dame in the Rivals era (begun in 2002) who are both ranked among the nation’s top 60 overall prospects. This has been an amazing calendar year for the past, present and future regarding Notre Dame’s offensive line.

Frank Reich On ‘Very Productive’ First Week Of Camp, Jonathan Taylor Impressions, Addressing Safety Position

Sunday, August 9th, 2020

Are you going to try to add more there by the time things pick up in practice? Reich: "It's hard to go in with four. Chris is looking at that every day, and of course Julian is on (the non-football injury list), so hopefully we can bring him up before too long, but that's on a day-by-day, week-by-week basis.

Former Colts receiver Chester Rogers signs with Dolphins

Sunday, August 9th, 2020

MIAMI (AP) -- Wide receiver Chester Rogers signed with the Miami Dolphins, providing a reinforcement at a position where two players earlier opted out for the season.

Colts’ Michael Pittman Jr. showing off strong hands at training camp

Sunday, August 9th, 2020

Throughout the pre-draft process, there were several factors leading wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. being vastly regarded as the perfect prospect for the Indianapolis Colts. One of them was his ability to catch the football. While that may sound odd that a wide receiver is lauded for doing the main objective of his role, there appears to be a difference with Pittman Jr. in the eyes of offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni.

Colts expected to lead NFL in salary cap space in 2021

Sunday, August 9th, 2020

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be factors that impact the league beyond just the 2020 season. This includes the salary cap for 2021, which is expected to be reduced greatly. The Indianapolis Colts appear to be in the best situation for this change.

No. 4: The lowest scoring game in franchise history

Sunday, August 9th, 2020

Week 13 — December 2, 2018 It was an ugly game — the lowest scoring in franchise history — but it was a victory and that’s all that matters. So, in honor of the six total points scored during this game, we’ve got the six players who stood out. He wasn’t the most impactful player yesterday, but the quarterback has routinely anchored this team this season and yesterday...

Notre Dame’s Best Recruiting Classes Along The Offensive Line

Sunday, August 9th, 2020

For the first time in the Rivals era that officially began in 2002, Notre Dame could have two offensive linemen ranked among the outlet’s Top 60 national prospects. Notre Dame also landed a four-man harvest along the line in 2019 that was led by tackle Quinn Carroll (No. 68) and augmented by center Zeke Correll (No. 114), guard John Olmstead (No. 118) and tackle Andrew Kristofic, who played in the 2019 All-American Bowl in San Antonio and purportedly made a strong freshman impression in 2019. Can this become one of the best offensive line hauls ever at Notre Dame in both quantity and quality?

Reich pleased with start of Colts training camp

Saturday, August 8th, 2020

INDIANAPOLIS – The first few days of training camp have been a positive experience for the Colts. It’s good to see the guys out on the field and in meetings face-to-face,” says head coach Frank Reich. It’s been good.

NFL opt-outs make for strange rosters

Friday, August 7th, 2020

The official anthem of NFL preseason is “Should I Stay Or Should I Go” by The Clash. As in should I play football in 2020 or should I opt out? In the end, when the Thursday 4 p.m.

New Colts DL DeForest Buckner will be well prepared for the AFC South

Friday, August 7th, 2020

INDIANAPOLIS – After spending the last four years in the NFC West, former 49er DeForest Buckner is well versed in the tendencies of his old division rivals. A move to the Colts this offseason means he’ll have to get used to the AFC South. Constantly throughout the offseason, I’ve been on the iPad watching some games from last year,” explains Buckner, “especially against division rivals – Tennessee, Jacksonville, Houston and things like that.