Posts Tagged ‘Indianapolis Colts’

Packers sign former Colts wide receiver Devin Funchess

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

The Green Bay Packers have signed wide receiver Devin Funchess as he tries to bounce back from an injury-shortened 2019 season. Funchess played for the Indianapolis Colts last year but went on injured reserve after breaking his collarbone in a season-opening 30-24 overtime loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. The 25-year-old Funchess spent his first four NFL seasons with the Carolina Panthers, who selected him out of Michigan in the second round of the 2015 draft.

Colts ‘certainly looking hard at’ WR position in NFL draft

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

Now that the big moves in free agency have come and gone—save for a few–the Indianapolis Colts will turn their attention the 2020 NFL draft in hopes of addressing their biggest need: wide receiver. The Colts have a lot of confidence with the players in the room now. With T.Y. Hilton leading the charge, there is some promise.

Frank Reich calls DeForest Buckner trade a ‘no-brainer’

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

There was a time this offseason when it was believed the Indianapolis Colts might take a prospect at No. in the 2020 NFL draft to boost Frank Reich’s offense, but then the blockbuster trade for defensive tackle DeForest Buckner happened. While the offensive upgrade for the Colts might not be as strong as the options at No.

Report: Colts Are Meeting Remotely with Houston OT Josh Jones

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

According to The Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson, the Indianapolis Colts are among the NFL teams that are reportedly meeting remotely with University of Houston offensive tackle Josh Jones: Due to the ongoing coronavrius pandemic, NFL teams are currently prohibited from meeting with prospects in-person but can still communicate through video or telephone calls.

Insider: Frank Reich wants to get a ‘competitive edge’ in coaching Colts from home

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

Right now, Frank Reich is a lot like the rest of us. Working from home. Hasn’t been to the office in a long, long time.

Morning sports update: Why the Colts wanted Philip Rivers over Tom Brady despite ‘extensive scouting’

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

Why the Colts opted for Philip Rivers over Tom Brady: One of the possible suitors for Tom Brady when NFL free agency began in March was rumored to be the Colts. However, Indianapolis ultimately decided to sign another veteran quarterback instead. According to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, the Colts targeted and eventually signed Philip Rivers instead of Brady despite “extensive scouting” of the 42-year-old former Patriot.

T.J. Carrie comes to Indianapolis for a chance to compete

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

Two years ago, T.J. Carrie was a sought-after, and well-paid, free agent. Things change in a hurry, and now that he's landed in Indianapolis, he's just looking for a chance to prove his value again. “Yeah, I think this free agency process was a lot different,” Carrie said, via Jim Ayello of the Indianapolis Star. [more]

‘Colts Life: Jack Doyle’ Episode Recap

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

But that's all the on-field stuff you already knew; this "Colts Life" episode is a terrific chance to get to know the usually-reserved Doyle and his family life off the field. You can catch the entire episode right here, with some highlights below: » Meet Doyle's family, which includes his wife, Casie, and their two sons: Ronan (3 1/2) and Henry (10 months). Not surprisingly, with three boys ruling the roost, sports remain a constant presence in the house.

T.J. Carrie On Why Colts Were Best Free Agency Fit

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

In 2018, cornerback T.J. Carrie received interest from many teams around the league in free agency. However, when Carrie entered free agency this year, he had trouble signing with a team. Yeah, I think this free agency process was a lot different,” Said Carrie, via Jim Ayello of the Indianapolis Star.

NFL Rumors: Another Reason Why Colts Preferred Philip Rivers Over Tom Brady

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

Some were puzzled by the Indianapolis Colts’ plan of attack on the quarterback market this offseason, and rightfully so. The Colts landed on Philip Rivers as their new starting QB, but by all accounts, Indianapolis had every chance to sign Tom Brady. One could argue Brady still is capable of performing at a higher level than Rivers even though he’s four years older.