Posts Tagged ‘Indianapolis Colts’

6 Colts who need to step up for Carson Wentz

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

Who needs to step up for Wentz?

ESPN predicts Colts sign Allen Robinson, 49ers sign T.Y. Hilton

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

Mike Clay made his free agent predictions.

All or Nothing, Ep. 8: Burn the Ships

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

Feb. 27—Carson Wentz is the Indianapolis Colts' new quarterback, but the move can't become official until March 17. In the meantime, CNHI Sports Indiana thought it might be beneficial to take a look back at Wentz's recent past to see if there are any clues for his future. The fifth season of Amazon Prime's "All or Nothing" series chronicled the 2019 Philadelphia Eagles. This eight-part series ...

4 Bold Predictions For The AFC South In The 2021 Offseason

Friday, February 26th, 2021

The AFC South is one of the more interesting divisions in the NFL right now. Last season, the Tennessee Titans finally won the division title and earned themselves the fourth seed in the playoffs. They’re aiming to reload and take another shot, as they’re likely to boost their pass-rushing on defense.

Coaching changes likely to bring new look to Colts’ offense

Friday, February 26th, 2021

Reich hired six new coaches this offseason, most on the offensive side of the ball. Passing game coordinator Kevin Patullo, tight ends coach Jason Michael and defensive backs coach Jonathan Gannon joined Sirianni’s staff in Philadelphia, and running backs coach Tom Rathman retired. Indianapolis also lost assistant special teams coach Frank Ross to the Houston Texans and nearly lost assistant offensive line coach Klayton Adams to Arizona State.

Report: Colts Met Virtually with Northwestern CB Greg Newsome II Recently Prior to the 2021 NFL Draft

Friday, February 26th, 2021

According to The Draft Network’s Justin Melo, the Indianapolis Colts are among the pro teams that have met virtually with Northwestern cornerback Greg Newsome II recently prior to the 2021 NFL Draft: Regarding Newsome: “[T]he 6’1”, 190 pound junior cornerback recorded 12 tackles (8 solo), an interception, and 9 pass breakups during 6 starts for the Wildcats in 2020—earning AP Third-Team All-American and First-Team All-Big Ten honors respectively.

Ex-GM Mike Tannenbaum explains why he ripped into Colts for Carson Wentz trade

Friday, February 26th, 2021

Again, I think if Carson Wentz is going to be successful again, he’s in the perfect spot because I think the Colts are a well-built-team with a good offensive line. They have young skill players, Jonathan Taylor and Michael Pittman in particular, and obviously Frank Reich has done well with them. My point, fundamentally, is that based on market conditions, from the standpoint of the Colts: If he doesn’t get to what he once was, they don’t have as many resources to go get their next quarterback.

Frank Reich: Colts have advantage with no NFL Combine

Friday, February 26th, 2021

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, there will be no NFL Combine during the 2021 offseason and while that might make scouting a bit more difficult, Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich believes that works in their favor. Because of the belief in the scouting department and front office, Reich believes the lack of combine and offseason events will give the Colts a distinct advantage when it comes to preparing for the 2021 NFL draft.

Frank Reich: Colts have advantage with no NFL Combine

Friday, February 26th, 2021

Colts at an advantage without a combine.

All or Nothing, Ep. 7: All of Us

Friday, February 26th, 2021

Feb. 26—Carson Wentz is the Indianapolis Colts' new quarterback, but the move can't become official until March 17. In the meantime, CNHI Sports Indiana thought it might be beneficial to take a look back at Wentz's recent past to see if there are any clues for his future. The fifth season of Amazon Prime's "All or Nothing" series chronicled the 2019 Philadelphia Eagles. This eight-part series ...